New Year, New You, New Hairdo?!

Expressing yourself comes out in so many ways. Whether you are wearing a pink tutu or combat boots — what people wear can say a lot about them. But what about hair? How we wear our hair can be another fabulous way of showing others our personalityHair is a magical thing; it can be curly or wavy, pink, brown or blonde, short pixie cut or long braidsHair can change with the seasons or for any reason, making hair a wonderful way of expressing oneself. Hairstyles can be a vehicle for conversation and connection. With the new year upon us, what better time to explore a new hairstyle or ‘do! Check out the titles below to see how friends and their families use their hair and styles to tell a story about themselves.  

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Hair Twins

Follows a Sikh father and his daughter as they go through their daily hair routine.

My Rainbow

A dedicated mom puts love into action as she creates the perfect rainbow-colored wig for her transgender daughter, based on the real-life experience of mother-daughter advocate duo Trinity and DeShanna Neal. This title is also available for checkout as an eBook on OverDrive/Libby.

Stella’s Stellar Hair

Stella travels planet to planet visiting her aunties looking for a stellar hairdo for the Big Star Little Gala, but she is not convinced by any of their suggestions.