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Crazy Hair Day

Crazy Hair Day

Écrit par Barney Saltzberg

Raconté par Zach Braff


Crazy Hair Day

Écrit par Barney Saltzberg

Raconté par Zach Braff

évaluations:
4.5/5 (10 évaluations)
Longueur:
8 minutes
Sortie:
Jan 1, 2009
ISBN:
9780545521352
Format:
Livre audio

Description

Stanley arrives at school, all set to celebrate Crazy Hair Day, only to find out he has mixed up the date with School Picture Day. In this uplifting story of friendship and kindness, what starts out as a worst-ever experience takes a surprising turn as Stanley's best friend and his classmates concoct a creative show of solidarity.
Sortie:
Jan 1, 2009
ISBN:
9780545521352
Format:
Livre audio


À propos de l'auteur

Barney Saltzberg is the author of more than 30 books for children, including Beautiful Oops!, My Book of Beautiful Oops!, Good Egg and the bestselling Touch and Feel Kisses series. Additionally, he’s recorded four albums of songs for children. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, two dogs, and a pond full of fish.

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  • (5/5)
    When Stanley comes to school on the wrong day with crazy hair his friends try to make him feel better. Another wonderful story to encourage making predictions.
  • (5/5)
    Stanley was very excited about his school's crazy hair day. So Stanley's mother makes his hair as crazy as possible by making it crazy colors. Stanley is sure that today will be a great day that he will never forget. When Stanley walks into class all eyes are on him, Stanley finds out that crazy hair day was next Friday and today was school picture day. Stanley is so upset he runs to the restroom where he stays most of the day. With the help of his classmates Stanley finally decides to take the class picture and when he does he discovers all his classmates with crazy objects in their hair. The message in this story is that it is okay to be different and that your friends will accept you for who you are.
  • (4/5)
    This is about a little boy who is very excited, he has worked very hard to make his hair perfect, he was ready for crazy hair day at school. But when he arrived and marches in his classroom he realizes that crazy hair day is the following week and to make it worse it is picture day at his school. What is he to do? At first he was made fun of but then the children decided to help Stanley to feel better about the situation so the other children decided to make their hair just as crazy as Stanley's and they would all have a school picture to remember. I like this book, everyone can make a mistake even adults. But in the end the children made a bad situation into a memorable one. We could have crazy hair day at school. We could talk about the things we could do to our hair to make it different. The colors we could put in our hair and about not making fun of people when they make a mistake because we all make them.
  • (4/5)
    Stanley is excited about Crazy Hair Day at this school, until he discovers that he has gotten the date wrong.
  • (4/5)
    This is a great book to share with students about support one another. When a boy comes to school with crazy hair on picture day by mistake, his classmates laugh at him. But over the book they come around and support his crazy hair. This book deals with friendship, support and feeling embarrassed.
  • (3/5)
    This is a cute story about a boy who goes to school dressed for crazy hair day when it is actually picture day. His class makes him feel better by all messing up their hair for the picture.
  • (4/5)
    Stanley is excited to show of his hairdo on crazy hair day, only to discover that today is actually school picture day. The arc of the story is one many children will be able to easily relate to, as Stanley excitedly gets his hair ready, discovers his mistake, and flees to the bathroom to hide out in his embarrassment. A friend convinces him to return to class by making Stanley realize that the class picture will not be complete without him. He arrives to find that everyone else, including the teacher, has made their own hair ridiculous as well, which may delight readers, but left a bit of incredulity in my mouth. A repeated phrase helps the book work well as a read-along. The images are full of bright, primary colors most of the time, with the bathroom's spare color scheme enhancing the outcast feeling. The appearance of all the characters is a little strange, as they all have rather large, oddly-shaped heads. Young children will enjoy the comedy in this story, but some may just find the end too unbelievable.
  • (4/5)
    I really enjoyed this book for a few reasons! The first, and main, reason is for its message! This book's message is that no matter what, every child should make sure all others feel loved, secure, and welcome at all times. I also really loved the illustrations in this book. They truly showed every detail of the written text to enhance to book itself. In this book, Stanley mixes up Crazy Hair Day and School Picture Day. He comes to school with super crazy hair only to realize no one else has any crazy hair! He hides in the bathroom for most of the day until his best friend convinces him to come take the class picture. He walks into class to feel surprised and very grateful that everyone in the class made themselves have crazy hair too so Stanley wouldn't feel left out! This character was truly easy to relate to, and I'm sure many children can relate too!
  • (4/5)
    Really cute book about a little boy that shows up to school on class picture day thinking it was crazy hair day. He's embarrassed at first, but gains friendship. Would maybe read to a class around picture day to make them laugh and learn about friendship and togetherness!
  • (4/5)
    This is a story about a little boy who goes to school all ready for crazy hair day and realizes that it is actually picture day. This is a great story to shows kids that instead of teasing, you should support eachother and work together. This shows kids how to laugh with someone and not at someone.