Daddy Do My Hair: Kechi’s Hair Goes Every Which Way

Publisher: Florence Elizabeth Publishing

Kechi’s Mum knows lots of different ways to style her big beautiful curly hair – an afro puff with a brightly colour ribbon, long spiral twists with pretty beads on the ends and when it’s for ballet, her mum puts it into a ballerina bun.

But when it’s Kechi’s Daddy who has to take her to school, we see him trying, and failing, to do her hair just like Mummy does. Fun and hilarity follows as Daddy tries to style Kechi’s hair, before realising the best hair style is her own natural curly hair.

Like its predecessors, the latest title in the Daddy Do My Hair series celebrates the relationships between dads and daughters.

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