Hair, it’s a Family Affair

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A little girl named Macy shares with her class all the different hairstyles worn by her family members. Her grandma had a big Afro “like a ball of cotton candy” when she was young. Macy’s big sister and her friends have cornrows and locks, and her cousin Kiki has purple hair. Her baby sister has the sweetest-smelling hair that Macy loves to brush, and her dad has no hair at all.

Mylo Freeman’s picture book is a celebration of hair and a window for all children into the many styles worn by a black family. Plus, other than the hair dye, all the styles are natural. Freeman is also the illustrator, and his bright and colorful illustrations make the page pop. Big sister’s fuzzy rainbow vest reflects her cool style. Macy’s two fuzzy pom-pom pigtails on top of her head and her pink heart-print skirt adds texture to the page. Each page is richly detailed and complements all of the characters’ styles and unique hairdos. The story is a celebration of diversity told through a family’s hair.


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Author Mylo Freeman
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 28 pages
Publisher Cassava Republic Press
Publish Date 2019-04-17
ISBN 9781911115687
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Issue May 2019
Category Children's
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