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Aaron"s hair

by Robert N. Munsch

  • 375 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Scholastic in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hair,
  • Children"s stories, Canadian,
  • Humorous stories,
  • Picture books,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Fiction

  • About the Edition

    When Aaron hurts his hair"s feelings by saying he hates it, his hair runs away and jumps onto other people and into trouble.

    Edition Notes

    StatementRobert Munsch ; illustrated by Alan & Lea Daniel
    ContributionsDaniel, Alan, 1939- illustrator, Daniel, Lea, illustrator
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.M927 Aar 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination26 pages :
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26336430M
    ISBN 100439388481, 1404621687
    ISBN 109780439388481, 9781404621688
    OCLC/WorldCa54456586

    So his hair runs away. First it’s on the baby, then it attacks a lady, then a man, and finally a policeman. After that Aaron chases it off a statue then looses it. That night while eating supper, Aaron says he wishes that he had his hair back, and said “I LIKE MY HAIR.” So the hair came back. Personal Reaction: I really love this book/5(10). Jess Aarons. Characters Jess Aarons. Jess is the principal character of Bridge to Terabithia. The story is told through his eyes, though not in his voice, and thus we are given a deeper glimpse at his soul and motivations than those of anyone else in the book. Jess sees himself as a very ordinary boy, at least until Leslie comes along.

    Recommendations credits Written by Martin.T and Idan main message The message is that be kind to others and they will be nice to you. characters The characters are Aaron, a boy who likes long hair. the hair likes Aaron but it is shooed of by Aaron and fools around. Aaron's Hair. Jesse Aarons in Bridge to Terabithia. Jesse Aarons. The first thing we learn about Jess is his ambition to be "the best runner of the fourth and fifth grades" (). And that's what drives him for the first several chapters of the book – being the fastest and best runner. It's something he can improve if he works really hard, that will make.

    Then the children acted out the story in sign and it was hilarious. It has become the favorite book of both my 2-year-old and 8-year-old grandchildren. The story of Aaron and his hair is so funny. I have not read a better child's book in my 40 years of reading them and I have read many/5(17). Aaron's hair gives him problems: it always does exactly the opposite of what he wants it to do. One day, Aaron gets so mad he yells, Hair! I hate you! Proving that even bad hair can have hurt feelings, Aaron's hair jumps off his head and out the door. A hilarious chase follows, as Aaron's hair runs all over town.


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Aaron"s hair by Robert N. Munsch Download PDF EPUB FB2

I like this hair story.” We decided to make it into a book. I tracked down Aaron to tell him about the book and I found him in Toronto, Canada. He had his own rock band and his hair was messier than ever!!.

The photo shows Aaron with his family, and it is the model for the family shown on the first page of the book. Aaron grows his hair long to look like his father. But the hair is unruly, and one day while combing it, Aaron says "Hair, I hate you!" Suddenly the hair jumps off Aaron's head and runs away.

With Aaron in frantic pursuit, it attaches itself to people and things /5(19). Aaron's Hair book. Read 58 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Best-selling author Robert Munsch and illustrators Aarons hair book & Lea Daniel h /5. Sentient hair!Frankly, I find Aaron running around telling people to tell his hair that they hate it so it'll stop growing on them to be a bit tasteless, but my nieces *adore* this book and ask for it often, so I can overlook that Aarons hair book concerned about use of the phrase "I hate you" you may wish to read this book before you buy it/5(4).

But the hair is unruly, and one day while combing it, Aaron says "Hair, I hate you!" Suddenly the hair jumps off Aaron's head and runs away. With Aaron in frantic pursuit, it attaches itself to people and things all over the neighborhood, resulting in a huge traffic jam.

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This packet of activities was created to use with the book Aaron's Hair by Robert Munsch. Included: Beginning, Middle and End * on the page with lines, have students draw a picture of the most important event that happened in the beginning, middle and end of the story and then write a sentence telling about it.

* on the page with no lines, have students draw a picture of the most important 4/5(39). Scholastic read-along cassette with turn-the-page signals to accompany Aaron's Hair. Written by Robert Munsch. Illustrated by Alan & Lea Daniel.

Narrated by Robert Munsch. Produced by Bob Munsch Enterprises. Playing Time Author: Robert Munsch. Aaron's Hair is an awesome favorite part was when the hair jumped on his sister, which made her look funny.

The funniest part was when the hair jumped on the man's behind. My favorite character was Aaron because he was the leader-telling people what to 5/5(5). Editions for Aaron's Hair: (Paperback published in ), (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback published in ).

Jesse Oliver Aarons, Jr is a fictional character in the book Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine is an artistic boy who is fearful of doing courageous things.

Jesse was extremely depressed before Leslie Burke, with whom he jointly created the fictional kingdom of Terabithia, comes into his is a very good runner and only lost to Leslie in the school race. "His straw-colored hair flapped hard against his forehead, and his arms and legs flew out every which way.

He had never learned to run properly, but he was long-legged for a ten-year-old, and no. Get this from a library. Aaron's hair.

[Robert N Munsch; Alan Daniel; Lea Daniel] -- When Aaron hurts his hair's feelings by saying he hates it, his hair runs away and jumps onto other people and into trouble.

Sentient hair. Frankly, I find Aaron running around telling people to tell his hair that they hate it so it'll stop growing on them to be a bit tasteless, but my nieces *adore* this book and ask for it often, so I can overlook that part.

If you're concerned about use of the phrase "I hate you" you may wish to read this book before you buy it. Aaron grows his hair long to look like his father. When it starts to annoy him, he says, "Hair I hate you!" The hair jumps off his head and runs away.

With Aaron in frantic pursuit, it attaches itself to just about everyone and everything, resulting in a huge traffic : Robert Munsch. Get this from a library. Aaron's hair. [Robert N Munsch; Alan Daniel; Lea Daniel] -- "Aaron is having the world's worst bad hair day - his hair won't even stay on his.

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Munsch, Author, Lea Daniel, Illustrator, Alan Daniel, Illustrator Scholastic $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Aaron's Hair. By Robert Munsch Illustrations by Alan & Lea Daniel. Ages 3 - 7 32 Pages Scholastic Canada Ltd.

ISBN Paperback ISBN Book and CD package Also available in French: La tignasse de Max. Aaron is having a BAD HAIR DAY. But when he gets mad and yells at his hair, he ends up with an even bigger problem - his.

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