By: Lee Fox
Illustrated by: Jennifer Plecas
Reading Level: 4-8 Ages
Ella Kazoo would rather do anything than brush her hair, especially when she could be skipping in the rain and dancing in the sunshine instead. As her hair grows from bad to worse, soon it’s out of control! Something must be done to tame her wild locks, and although it’s no easy task, Ella and her mother find a solution that makes them both happy. Riotously demonstrating the daily battle of wills that all parents and daughters are familiar with, this pitch-perfect text captures Ella’s contagious energy and reminds readers that almost every problem has a solution. (From Amazon)
Awesome book for little girls! This is a wonderful book with a useful lesson about brushing your hair, and the consequences for not taking care of yourself. The reading level in this book is labeled for 4-8 years of age, and I do feel that it is a good lesson for the ages given. Although, the actually vocabulary makes me lean more toward ages of 8-10. Illustration is modernly cute keeping young readers attention. The story as a whole takes on a poetry rhythm that gives further reading enjoyment. Awesome read, one worth owning.