About the BookWith no hair, Bea has to find a creative way to be part of silly hair day.
Book SynopsisBea has alopecia areata--that means she doesn't have any hair. So when it's time for silly hair day at school, Bea doesn't know what to do. Her best friend, Shaleah, is determined to help. With silly hair day fast approaching, they're focused on finding a way for everyone to take part.
Bea's resolution is empowering, and provides a reminder for school administrators to offer inclusive alternatives for school activities. Paulson effectively conveys Bea's tricky feelings, in the face of warm support from friends and family, and occasional feelings of exclusion.--School Library Journal