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Illustrated by Renné Benoit
Picture Book Ages 1–3
List Price: $19.95 CAD / $17.95 USD
Hardcover with padded cover, card stock paper & reinforced trade binding
Trim size: 9 x 9 in / 22.86 x 22.86 cm
Publication Date: May 25, 2020
Distributed in the U.S. by Ingram Publisher Services
Rights Available: World ex. North America
A confidence-boosting story about a little one’s first haircut from the creators of Hat On, Hat Off, Baby Cakes, and Where’s Bunny?
Uh oh, hair in eyes—it’s time for this little one’s first haircut. The barbershop comes alive with sensory details as he watches other customers and bravely takes his own turn in the chair. Clip, clip, clip…now there is a big boy in the mirror!
Theo Heras and Renné Benoit, the creators of Hat On, Hat Off, Baby Cakes, and Where’s Bunny?, once again capture the toddler experience with simplicity and charm. In a sturdy-book format with a padded cover and extra-heavy pages that are easy to turn and hard to tear, The Haircut is perfect for little ones who are just beginning to feel big.
“What a wonderful book to read with toddlers (and then get them reading for themselves) who will be experiencing their first haircut….Whether a parent wants to help a child to prepare for that first haircut or to reminisce about that first experience, The Haircut is there for a snuggly read.”—CanLit for LittleCanadians
“Told with simplicity in short, clipped sentences, The Haircut will be relatable to toddlers, many of whom will have some anxiety about getting their hair cut for the first time. The large book format, with padded covers and rounded corners, is perfect for little ones, and the heavy pages make it both durable and easy for toddlers to turn the pages. Renné Benoit’s soft watercolor illustrations, rendered in muted shades of blue, tan and sienna with pops of red, add charm to the story….Recommended.”—CM Magazine
“This picture book for ages one to three prepares a child for their first visit to a hairdresser or barber….I loved the illustrations by Benoit as well. The boy is so cute and his expressions are so relatable. A great book for any library or home collection.”—Canadian Bookworm
“Heras shows how something a little scary becomes much easier with Daddy along to make it better….A cute story to share with kids that are worried about their first haircut.”—Mr. Alex’s Bookshelf