Macaroni Book Review

August 18, 2011

Introducing Hairietta Hairison The One, The Only Me by Jo Zumbrunnen

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Hair.  It ain’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Introducing Hairietta Hairison, the One, the Only Me in which author Jo Zumbrunnen shares a “Hair-oic Tale” of a plucky young lady’s journey to, well, hair loss.  Yup, strand by strand, Hairietta losses her long curls.  And you know what?  She is so busy playing, learning, creating and dancing, that she never skips a beat.  The message of this Hair-oic Tale?   Sure, it’s been told before, but kids can’t hear it enough: it’s what’s on the inside that counts.
Children can lose their hair from any one of a number of causes from chemotherapy to Alopecia.   Whatever the cause, Hairietta Hairison reminds children of all ages that it’s more fun to dance than to brood, to sing than to cry and that any day has the “possibility of being great.”
Hairietta Hairison the One, the Only Me is now available on Amazon.

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