NEVER GIVE A BUNNY A HAIRCUT
Children’s Haircut Book
Never Give a Bunny a Haircut is Book 1 of The Never Stories Children’s Book Series, the adventures of Carl and Jessica. This children’s haircut book, Never Give a Bunny a Haircut, was written by Rivka Simons & Maurice DeFalco Stuckey. It is illustrated by Richard Rodriguez.
The story opens at the neighborhood children’s barber salon. Carl is a little boy who does not want to get a haircut. Jessica is a little girl who does not want to get her hair braided. Carl hates sitting still for a haircut. Jessica hates sitting still for her hair to be braided. Carl hates the itchy feeling he gets from a haircut. Jessica hates the pulling of her hair while it is being braided.The kids whine and complain. Carl and Jessica’s complaints top the next one.
The barbersat the children’s barber salon see the problem. The barbers also see how the children try to top each other.Juan the Barber and Miss Wanda Li play a simple trick on Carl and Jessica with ‘bunny hair’. The trick works and turns into a game. The game keeps the children happy.
Children’s Bunny Book
To top each other, Carl and Jessica must think of newways to holda bunny’s hair without giving that bunny a haircut. The children’s minds get busy. Carl and Jessica come up with ways to avoid cutting a bunny’s hair. The bunnies, the two imagine,are illustrated by Richard Rodriguez in vivid color. The illustrations show a fun,cross-culture such as the Cafeteria Lady, the Rockstar and Mr. Soul Bunny, among other silly bunnies. If you want a children’s bunny book, there is a whole crew of silly bunnies in Never Give a Bunny a Haircut. Never Give a Bunny a Haircut introduces Mr. Soul Bunny. Mr. Soul Bunny appears in each of the Never Stories Children’s Book Series as a street vendor who the children visit daily. Richard Rodriguez illustrates the entire Never Stories Children’s Book Series in a style of his own.
The Never Stories Children’s Book Series and the adventures of Carl and Jessica, are written by Rivka Simons & Maurice DeFalco Stuckey in a way which plants the seed of a message. Never Give a Bunny a Haircut is more than just another children’s bunny book. It is more than a children’s haircut book. Carl and Jessica learn to solve problems. They learnabout tools and toys. Tools are made for lots of reasons. Tools make life easier. Toys are made for one reason. Toys make life fun. Carl and Jessica learn that not everything in a children’s barber salon is a toy. Clippers and scissors are tools. It is not safe to play with tools.
Time goes by as Carl and Jessica play the game. Finally, Jessica’s hair is all braided. Jessica loves looking at her braids in the mirror. Juan the Barber says that Carl’s haircut is done. Carl looks in the mirror. He thinks he looks cool. Carl likes that he does not feel any itchy. Juan the Barber gives Carl a ride in his barber chair. Miss Wanda Li gives Jessica a ride in her salon chair. Carl and Jessica both enjoy their time at the children’s barber salon.
In the Never Stories Children’s Book Series and all of the adventures of Carl and Jessica, children learn. In Never Give a Bunny a Haircut, readers find out that going to the Barber Salon can befun. Everyone has a chore they do notlike. Sometimes it is better to just put aside the complaints and do it anyway. If you are looking for a children’s bunny book – you have found a silly one. If you are looking for a children’s haircut book, Never Give a Bunny a Haircut is that, and much more.