The Girl with the Bird's-nest Hair by Sarah Dyer
  

The Girl with the Bird's-nest Hair

Written by Sarah Dyer
Illustrated by Sarah Dyer

RRP £6.99

Synopsis

The Girl with the Bird's-nest Hair by Sarah Dyer

No one really likes brushing their hair, but the girl in this delightfully anarchic tale finds out the hard way just what it means to ignore your mother's pleading to 'brush your hair'! First there is one little bird making the hair hard to brush, then another and another, and soon the girl and her mother find their day becomes an avian nightmare.

Reviews

'A delightful picture book. It'll strike a perfect chord with parents and children everywhere'

.co.uk 'Sarah Dyer's unique and quirky illustrations suit the story perfectly. The humans are bristling with life and emotion, whilst all the different birds are a joy to pore over ... A fantastic book for any child on the cusp of reading

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About the Author

Sarah Dyer
Sarah Dyer was born in Brighton in 1978. She studied her A levels at Bhasvic sixth form and then went on to do a Foundation course at Brighton BTEC. She has always lived near the sea until recently when she moved up to London to study a BA in Illustration at Kingston University where she obtained a 2:1 and loved every part of it. Her first book Five Little Fiends started as a project in the second year of University. She always tries to get the chance to get back home to see her family and friends still living in and around Brighton.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Sarah Dyer
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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

1st May 2009

ISBN

9780747599982


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