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Naughty Ned and Wild Hair Sue

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"Naughty Ned and Wild Hair Sue" is a silly story in a child’s make-believe world. We all know the importance of good grooming habits, but sometimes it takes a harebrained story to remind us. The story begins with a wild little Sue. She loves to play, and her hair loves to tangle. One day her favorite kite snags her hair. Her mom was able to pull it out, but Sue refused to ...more
Paperback, 1, 30 pages
Published February 24th 2017 by Stories By Mom
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No matter how much Sue brushed her hair it was never enough. With all the running, jumping, dangling upside down that she did, her hair always got in a twist.

One day whilst out flying her kite, a duck flew into it and made it crash to the ground, taking Sue with it. Unfortunately the kite became tangled in Sue’s hair. When the kite was untangle from Sue’s hair, it had left a terrible knot, one that couldn’t be easily brushed out, as it hurt Sue’s head.

At the night-time, Sue dreamt that the knot
Konnilaree Sanders
Feb 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Konnilaree Sanders is a mother of three daughters from Mesa, AZ. She previously worked in the field of accounting until she traded her calculator for a keyboard and art set. Konnilaree was inspired by and a bit mystified by her children's imagination, feelings, and reactions to the world around them. Her stories combine her real life experiences and artistic imagination to create a world that both ...more

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