Review: The Girl with the Bird’s Nest Hair by Sarah Dyer

The Girl With the Bird’s Nest Hair

by Sarah Dyer

A little girl does not like brushing her tangled tresses, but when a varied selection of birds set up home in her hair, she knows she certainly cannot brush it and upset them. Nothing her mother says or does makes any difference, until one day when the birds become a little more than she can handle!

A delightfully eccentric tale of a cautionary nature by award-winning Sarah Dyer.

I really like this book, it appeals to children with its silly banter between the mum and daughter, and the fact that she has bird’s nesting in her hair! It is a great book for the kid’s to get involved with, as the bird’s increase in number throughout the book, my children love finding and counting the bird’s on each page. At the start and end of the book, the author/illustrator has drawn and named each of the bird’s that are featured within the book, which is great for older children to spot and identify each bird as they come across it.

I have really enjoyed reading this book, and my kid’s have really been delighted in listening to it. Another great kid’s picture book to keep an eye out for.

Published by: Bloomsbury via Allen and Unwin

Recommended Retail Price $15.95

Recommended Age: 1+

My Rating: 4.5/5


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