This is an uplifting tale about sharing and imagination - sequel to "Crazy Hair Day". It's Stanley's turn to be Star of the Week and share all his favourite things with the rest of the class. But no one likes his favourite snack - tofu, cream cheese and jam with gherkins on rye bread - or his favourite toys. When the time comes to share the thing he loves to do best - drawing - Stanley gets so nervous that all he can draw is a squiggle. But, with a few more lines, the squiggle changes into a worm, and soon the whole class is busy drawing squiggles! This inspirational story, starring the irrepressible Stanley Birdbaum of "Crazy Hair Day", explores the everyday worries that children have about school.
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A creative companion to CRAZY HAIR DAY!
An earnest hamster’s moment in the spotlight is less than stellar – until a squiggly little line and a big burst of imagination let his true talents shine.
* Don’t forget to celebrate Crazy Hair Day in April 2006!From the Author:
BARNEY SALTZBERG: "I have found that making squiggle drawings is a great way to take people who don’t necessarily think that they can draw and watch them start making art! It’s a nonthreatening way to open the door to drawing. As for Stanley, once he had a pen in his hand, it was satisfying to see how he turned what seemed like a potentially disastrous moment into something positive."
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Book Description Walker Books Ltd, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111406301779
Book Description Walker Books Ltd, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1406301779