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I Love My Hair! av Natasha Anastasia Tarpley
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I Love My Hair! (utgåvan 1998)

av Natasha Anastasia Tarpley (Författare), E. B. Lewis (Illustratör)

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A young African American girl describes the different, wonderful ways she can wear her hair.
Medlem:SMHCuratorialLibrary
Titel:I Love My Hair!
Författare:Natasha Anastasia Tarpley (Författare)
Andra författare:E. B. Lewis (Illustratör)
Info:Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (1998), Edition: 1, 32 pages
Samlingar:Radical Reading Room
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I Love My Hair! av Natasha Anastasia Tarpley

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- When Keyana sits down to have her hair combed by her mother, she tells her that it hurts sometimes to have her hair combed. She feels annoyed by the type of hair she has. After hearing this Keyana's mother explains all of the reasons why she should be proud of her hair. Keyana fondly reflects on her favorite hairstyles and why they are so amazing.
- I enjoyed this book. It was a wonderful message about self-love and embracing who you are. It teaches children not to be discouraged by all of the things that make us unique, but to embrace them.
  daugusto | Mar 7, 2021 |
Whether it be braided or Afro-ed, or straightened, Natasha Tarpley really captured the beauty of black girls' hair. I remember as a little girl going get my hair braided and the smell of coconut oil on my scalp following me all the way back home. I could still hear the clicky clacky of the beads that adorned the ends of my braids. Plastic beads held on by aluminum foil. I remember braiding my daughters' hair, too. Same beads. Same clicky clacky. Our hair is just like us. Black girls come in all shades of beautiful colors and our hair comes in all types of wonderful textures. We could style it. Profile it. Our hair could even be fried, dyed, and laid to the side. I love, love, love this book. I Love My Hair is a book, in my opinion, that is simply...unbe"weave"able! ( )
  J.Peterson | Apr 17, 2020 |
I really enjoyed reading "I Love My Hair!" by Natasha Anastasia Tarpley. Throughout the book, there are several very important messages being delivered. The little girl grows up realizing that she has different hair than classmates, friends, and others, but goes on through life in her normal ways and learns to love what makes her different from all the others. She learns more about herself and her own culture, but she also learns to love herself, despite of how others view her. The message in this book is too important to ignore, and one that many need to be reminded of now a days. The illustrations in this story are also incredible and really help to deliver the messages throughout. I would recommend this book to younger children who are growing up as it can serve a powerful message about embracing their own differences as well. ( )
  samanthaakum | Mar 2, 2020 |
I liked the book I Love My Hair! by Anastasia Tarpley because the story is very believable. One way a book can acquire a readers interest is when the story is relatable. The story tells about a little girl with a different hair type. I like how the author takes readers through a mini journey to help with attaining self-love and appreciation. She learns about her culture and learns about her heritage. The illustrations enhance the story. It helps readers put the picture to the words. I would highly recommend this book because it helps readers see the importance behind one's culture. ( )
  mguand1 | Feb 19, 2020 |
This picture book teaches the lesson that we are all different and should love ourselves despite how others might see us. The young girl in this book learns to embrace her hair with the help of her mom, even when the other children tease her. This book would be great to have in a classroom library for representation of African American children. ( )
  Sondosottallah | Nov 26, 2019 |
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