Dad's Bald Head

Dad s Bald Head Pete s dad has very little hair to comb And what he does have looks a bit shall we say scraggly Every day Pete tries to help him neaten it but every day the hairs pop right back up Well this dad h

  • Title: Dad's Bald Head
  • Author: Paul Many Kevin O'Malley
  • ISBN: 9780802795793
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pete s dad has very little hair to comb And what he does have looks a bit, shall we say, scraggly Every day Pete tries to help him neaten it, but every day the hairs pop right back up Well, this dad has had enough One day while shaving, Dad just keeps on going He shaves off every single one of those scrawny, scraggly hairs Pete isn t sure what to think ofPete s dad has very little hair to comb And what he does have looks a bit, shall we say, scraggly Every day Pete tries to help him neaten it, but every day the hairs pop right back up Well, this dad has had enough One day while shaving, Dad just keeps on going He shaves off every single one of those scrawny, scraggly hairs Pete isn t sure what to think of his new, bald Dad He looks like an egg, or a kickball Not a Dad As Pete s parents help him to embrace this shiny, new, bald head, young readers will recognize the challenge of dealing with changes, big and small, in their own lives.

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    2 thoughts on “Dad's Bald Head

    1. Paul Many is both a teacher and writer who lives with his family in Toledo, OH.

    2. The genre of this book is picture book. The age group for this book is 4-7. This book is about a boy name Pete who father shaved his head bald. I rated this book three stars because to me the book didnt keep me that interested. The plot of this story was boring it was just about a father who shaved his head bald and his son did not want him to. The book was just following the father and son around while they ran there errands. Their were only two charaters in this book which was Pete and his dad [...]

    3. I picked up this book because it has so many uses for kids. My first thought was to use it for students who recently found out that either they or someone in their family has cancer and will be losing their hair. Another use would be if a student is feeling embarrassed by something that is new to them, like a haircut where they may not have built their confidence yet. The book is set in the mind of the little boy who's dad has recently shaved his head. By the end of the book, the boy realizes th [...]

    4. Issues of body image impact lives young and old but too rarely make it to picture books where the sparked conversation might do most good. This entertaining yet thoughtful look at hairlessness is a welcome exception.You can listen in on our chat about this book on ourJust One More Book! Children's Book Podcast.

    5. A darling father son story that sincerely brought a tear to my eye and made me chuckle. Paul Many, with the help of his Illustrator, cleverly show how a family lovingly makes it though a small transition - Daddy going from scraggly hair to chrome. The father-son relationship is endearing as is the father-mother dynamic. A sweet read for any growing (or balding) family.

    6. A funny book about a boy and his dad. The dad shaves his head and the boy is concerned, but through a good family relationship, the boy becomes okay with it. Book was on The Today Show. Google "Bald Men: Is it Hot or Not?" to see video.

    7. We found this at Garden Ridgerandom! But we had to pick it up. Cute story. Very simply written, not like the world's great kid's book by any means, but Riley definitely got a kick out of it!

    8. Awww! Come on! Who eats eggs out of egg cups anymore? Totally unrealistic! lol That being said, I thought this was a nice little book. It can be tough for kids to adapt to changes.cially changes involving their parents, and this was a nice way to address the issue. I especially liked the old pictures of dad's hair changes through the decades. Hilarious!

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