“This is one of my favourite children’s books. We read it very often.”
—Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
“There is something wrong with my big, frizzy mop,” cries a distraught little girl to her father.
When Hope comes home upset about what the children at school have been saying about her hair, it’s up to her daddy to help her understand. Armed with his trusty hairbrush and the power of a braid, will it be enough to make her feel good again?
The second book in the ‘Daddy Do My Hair’ series, this insightful story about bullying and identity by Tola Okogwu, coupled with beautiful illustrations from Rahima Begum is an essential read for young children.