Shirley's is curly, Mike's has spikes, Dave's has waves - they all have haircuts to suit their face. But no-one can remember what Jim's face is like, it is hidden behind an enormous fringe. He's not too keen to have his hair cut, but when he is finally in the barber's chair, it is a simple snip, Jim is trimmed! First published in 1999 for 3-7's.
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Oh my! Jim is in desperate need of a trim. With his wild and wacky hair all over the place he misses balls, walks into walls and, well, you cannot imagine what happens to him when he tries to eat spaghetti. But all this mayhem could be brought to an abrupt halt if only Jim would succumb to the power of the scissors. But won't it hurt?
In Need a Trim, Jim Kay Umansky and Margaret Chamberlain get a firm grip on a childhood fear--that first all important trip to the hairdresser--with raucous illustrations that see the hapless Jim falling, bumping, tripping and messing all over the place because of his reluctance to get his hair cut.
Rip-roaring rhyme that perfectly captures the mood of the bright and bold illustrations, Need a Trim,Jim is a fantastic book to share with a child who is about to approach the hairdresser's chair for the very first time, but makes great reading for any child who simply loves a great story. Age 3 and over. --Susan Harrison
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Book Description Red Fox, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # ABC276779
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Book Description Red Fox, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 009926546X