Harriet Lerner and Susan Goldhor. Franny B. Kranny, There's a Bird in Your Hair. Illustrated by Helen Oxenbery. HarperCollins, 2001. ISBN 0060246839. $16.95. Unpaginated. Reviewer: Vicky M. Turner Reading Level: Preschool Rating: Dependable Genre: Contemporary Realistic fiction; Subject: Hair-Juvenile fiction; Birds--Juvenile fiction; family reunions--Juvenile fiction; Books-Reviews; Franny B. Kranny has long fuzzy hair and the longer and fuzzier it gets the better she likes it -- until one day a bird comes to build it's nest and begins to live in her hair. The pictures by Helen Oxenbury are delightful, and although the ending of the story is a little disappointing, it is a fun book to read -- especially great to read to a child that is having trouble making his or her hair behave.
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