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Reviewed by Jennie More for Readers' Favorite
All Hair Best by Elizabeth Stoops is a picture book for young children from ages 3-to 7, representing the different hair types and styles. The book shows children of all races and hair types at home, at school, and in the park. The children in the pictures are happy and busy with their various activities, playing and engaging with their friends of all races and hairstyles. Still, most importantly, all these children are engaged, showing them at their best and displaying how unique and special each of them is. All Hair Best includes bright and colorful illustrations that will get kids talking about an often-controversial topic, and they will learn from a young age that everyone is different and equally beautiful. All Hair Best is creative, bold, and deeply thoughtful. It is brilliant and effective in its simplicity – everything a children’s book should be, simplifying sensitive issues that adults, mainly, have complicated.
All Hair Best by Elizabeth Stoops is a conversation starter, introducing the topic of acceptance in a manner that is easy to comprehend and relatable for young children. All Hair Best is a beautiful representation of diversity, including every hair type and style. I could already picture myself reading this book to my child and how they would tell me about their friends and which ones have which hairstyles. I think All Hair Best is not only educational but also can stimulate conversations between parents and children and, from a young age, show children that they and their friends are diverse, unique, and beautiful. I didn’t even know the names of some of the hairstyles before I read this book, so it has been an educational experience for me too.