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This is funny story, his mom, teacher and bus driver did not know where josh possibly be hiding? a surprise ending will keep kids giggling and from taking haircuts into their own hands.
Age: 4-5
Source: ECE Pierce College Library
  kavy | May 18, 2014 |
A boy cuts his hair and messes it up and wears a bag on his head and his sister helps him fix his hair so he doesn't wear the bag.

Age: 4-6
Source: pierce college library ( )
  larisharenee | Mar 14, 2014 |
Story about a boy named Josh who wears a brown paper bag over his head because he had tried cutting his own hair. His sister has an idea to help.....
Source: Pierce County Library
Age: 3-5
  Miss_Tonya | Feb 20, 2014 |
Josh cuts eyes in a paper bag and insists on wearing it all day against everyone else says. Its not until dinner when his sister asks why he is wearing the bag that it comes out he tried to cut is own hair and messed up. His sister then helps him to style his hair so he doesn't have to wear the paper bag.

Age: 3-8
Sources: Pierce College Library
  Kelli_K | Feb 15, 2014 |
Josh cuts eyes and a mouth into a brown paper bag. Everyone keeps telling him he couldn't do certain things with a bag on his head. He kept proving them wrong. At dinner his little sister asked why he was wearing a bag over his head. He pulled the bag off and said that he had tried cutting his own hair. His sister had and idea, so she put gel in his hair and spiked it.
Source: Pierce County Library
Age: 3-5
  bugsavannah | May 19, 2013 |
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From the author of Good Night, Monkey Boy, the hilarious tale of a haircut gone awry!
One day Josh had a big, brown bag idea: to wear a paper bag over his head. He thought it was a good idea. His mother did not. Neither did his bus driver, his teacher, or his soccer coach. What could Josh possibly be hiding?
A surprise ending will keep kids giggling–and from taking haircuts into their own hands!

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:32:20 -0400)

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Josh hides the bad haircut he gave himself by wearing a bag on his head, until his sister has a better idea.

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