Harry is hairy.
He hopes to be
He wants to be
might not be
the best idea!)
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PreSchool-Grade 2-The New Yorker cartoonist employs his trademark line drawings for a barber's tall tale. Scraggly blue monster Harry offers a fanged grin as the neighborhood barber enumerates the fantastic advantages of being even hairier. For example, he tells young Harry that he can easily hide favorite things amid ever-growing body hair, including a guinea pig and a yellow scooter. The clever fur stylist masterfully gains a customer when, at the end of his list, he reminds the creature of how itchy he'll become with too much hair. The artist provides plenty of visual humor for group audiences, making optimal use of the spreads and varying text colors. Include this one with Don Freeman's classic Mop Top (Turtleback, 1955) when storytelling on the benefits of being well coiffed.
Gay Lynn Van Vleck, Henrico County Library, Glen Allen, VA
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