Keely hates her hair. She just wants to fit in with everyone else at school, but she can't. Her big puffy hair is too kinky, too big, and too out of place. Keely is frustrated, and it’s finally time to tell Mom just how frustrated she is!
My daughter loves this book! I often hear her reciting the words in passing. This book resonates with her as she identifies with the main character. Representation matters and this book teaches young girls about loving and respecting the hair they’re born with.CRISSY J.
Relatable and Perfect book for Little black girls with curly hair! Amazing book! My daughter loved it! Plan to read to her Girl Scout troop! Great Art Work!Patrice S.
The illustrations are beautiful and the quality invested in the making of this … This book is going to change how little girls of color think about self image. A much needed game changer. The illustrations are beautiful and the quality invested in the making of this book is top notch. I’d gift this book to little girls and big girls alike. Enjoy!Nik T.
Angela Styles truly outdid herself on this beautifully written children’s book! JQ Sirls is a super gifted and amazing illustrator. My 5 year old daughter can’t get enough of this book!Hannah B.
The book is amazing. I bought the book for my 2yr old daughter. She loves for me to read this book. She’s very engaged and when it’s time to read she says Mom I wanna see Keeley!!!Courtney