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My Frizzeez Hair Diary
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Frizzeez are puffy and poofy and silly and loopy.
They’re giggly and wiggly and jittery and jootery.
They dance and they sing and they bring static cling,making hair stand straight up–on... More > the end of its end — with electrical
charges that won’t let it bend.
A great complement to our first book - Millicent Margaret Macilvoy / The Snarleez. This fun Messy Hair Diary lets you and your children celebrate your most messy Frizzeez Snarleez morning hairdos.< Less
Classic Readers: Absalom's Hair
The novel "Absalom's Hair" by Bjornstjerne Bjornson, opens with a large amount of static description. First Harald Kaas, and then his home, and then a female guest, are all described in... More > meticulous detail. The writing is very smooth, but the flow of the novel is staunched before it has even begun. This is a great shame, because Harald Kaas is an appealing character as he is described.
Early on, Harald Kaas abandons his bachelor life to marry Kristen Ravn, a wealthy socialite with a penchant for writing purposefully shocking short stories. She is much younger than Kaas, and the talk of the town is that their marriage cannot be happy. How could it, when people 'had heard something of how this husband and wife lived, one in each wing of the house, with different staffs of servants, and with separate incomes; that she had furnished her side in her own way, at her own expense, and had apparently conceived the idea of a new kind of married life.'?< Less