(PRWEB) December 31, 2014
Readers will laugh aloud as they act out and repeat the syncopated rap of this clever author. New book “Bart’s Bad Hair Day” from Page Publishing author Aunt Lou, is a vibrant and richly crafted work of children's fiction.
“Bart’s Bad Hair Day” is brimming with energy, settings that flood the mind, and characters that are unforgettable. Join Bart and his friends figure out how to solve a problem together.
On how she would describe this book and its message, Aunt Lou said, “Bart's Bad Hair Day” is intended to be a Read-Aloud providing fun with words for kids of all ages. It has clever, creative little characters who are always willing to help a friend in need. Many hands make light work.”
Aunt Lou’s poignant tale, a finely crafted work of prose, is engaging and filled with colorful characters and gorgeous settings.
Aunt Lou asks readers what they would do if they sat in gum? Join Bart and his friends as they put their heads together to solve this sticky situation. Written by retired school teacher Aunt Lou, the author takes the reader on a fantastic journey from scene to scene to find friends that will help Bart in his troublesome situation.
Proceeds donated to children’s charity.
Readers who wish to experience this entertaining work can purchase“Bart’s Bad Hair Day” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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