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The Mega Magic Hair Swap!

The debut book from TV personality, Rochelle Humes

Rochelle Humes
Barcode 9781787413757
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Release Date: 07/02/2019

Genre: Children's Reference
Sub-Genre: Personal Development
Illustrator: Rachel Suzanne
Label: Templar Publishing
Contributors: Rachel Suzanne (Illustrated by)
Language: English
Publisher: Templar Publishing

The debut book from TV personality, Rochelle Humes. Two little girls make a wish to change their hair, but learn that they are perfect just the way they are.

Two friends. One wish.

Mai and Rose are best friends but they're not two peas in a pod.

Mai has dark hair that is curly and whirly and never stays put. Why couldn't she have perfect hair just like her best friend Rose?

Rose has blonde hair, as straight as a ruler, which slips and slides whenever she tries to put it in a pony tail. Why couldn't she have perfect hair just like her best friend Mai?

When a magical coconut grants each girl their wish, and they get the hair they've always dreamt of, the friends are overjoyed. However, they soon learn that perfect hair is not everything it's cracked up to be.

In fact, their hair was pretty magical and perfect the way it was before.

A joyful and fun story about celebrating differences and loving yourself from head to toe!

'The Mega Magic Hair Swap is all about accepting, loving and celebrating curly hair. The book certainly moved me. As the mother of mixed heritage seven year old twin daughters, I've battled hard to boost the self love of my girls. Rochelle is clearly passionate about educating kids when they're young to try to build their self-esteem and sense of self.' - Grazia