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Baaad hair day —Barclay, Eric, author, illustrator.

Sheep Dog wants his pal to get a haircut, and since it's shearing day, she certainly can. But Sheep's scared. What if her wool never grows back? She hides everywhere, until Sheep Dog discovers her hiding in a bush ... Ca...

The haircut —Heras, Theo, 1948- author.

"With hair flopping in his eyes, it's time for this toddler's first haircut. He is nervous at first, but his father's hand is a comfort and the barber's chair is fun. Soon his milestone first haircut is complete."-- Prov...

Daniel gets his hair cut —Cozza-Turner, Jill, author.

Daniel gets his first haircut from Nana Platypus.

Even monsters need haircuts —McElligott, Matthew.

At night under a full moon, a child operates a barber shop with a monstrous clientele.

When your llama needs a haircut —Hill, Susanna Leonard, author.

When it's picture day and you realize your llama needs a haircut, you'll need a good comb and some luck! This charming and hilarious board book features one shaggy llama and a whole lot of hairstyles!

Lion needs a haircut —Yum, Hyewon, author, illustrator.

"Little lion needs a haircut. But he doesn't want one! Is he worried? No. Is he scared? NO! He just likes his hair the way it is. ROAR! But there's someone else who needs a haircut, too ... it's Dad, and he doesn't want ...

Crown : an ode to the fresh cut —Barnes, Derrick author.

Celebrates the magnificent feeling that comes from walking out of a barber shop with newly-cut hair.

Haircut for Lion —Dahl, Michael.

"Little Lion needs a haircut! Follow along as he and his dad go to the barber shop"-- Provided by publisher.

Home-field advantage —Tuck, Justin.

New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck observes that growing up with five sisters helped make him tough, and tells of when twins Christale and Tiffany gave him an unforgettable haircut.

The beautiful haircut —Rippin, Sally.

"Billie is the best hairdresser in the world! She likes to comb and style her dolls' hair. But real hairdressers cut too ..."--P. [4] of cover.

Super hair-o and the barber of doom —Rocco, John.

A boy fears that he has lost his super powers after a villain captures him and cuts the hair that he believes is the source of his strength.

Baghead —Krosoczka, Jarrett.

Josh hides the bad haircut he gave himself by wearing a bag on his head, until his sister has a better idea.

Sprinkles' first haircut —Schwanda, JC.

Blue goes with her little brother Sprinkles to get his hair cut for the first time.

Horrible haircut —Ritchie, Alison.

When Mum decides to cut Lucy's long, tangly, messy hair, the activity becomes quite an adventure.

Dora the explorer. It's haircut day!

It's time for some big Dora 'firsts.' It is the first visit to a barbershop with Boots for a very special haircut, and the twins' first birthday is sure to be twice the fun! The fun continues as Dora, Boots, and Baby Win...

The hair scare —Fisher, Jeff, 1952-

A very creative child prodigy haircutter named Radbert triumphs over a king who is not very pleased with his new hairdo.

No haircut today! —Savadier, Elivia.

Dominic refuses to get his hair cut, no matter how much his mother wants him to or how bad it looks.

Bippity Bop barbershop —Tarpley, Natasha.

A story celebrating an African-American boy's first trip to the barbershop.

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