Palm Trees by Nancy Cote

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With the humidity rising, Millie finds her own hair doing the same, but after a lot of combing and teasing and brushing and pulling, she is able to tie it into two tight ponytails that resemble palm trees.

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Sean Callahan has written five books for children. He works a day job as a business reporter. He also was the founding editor of "Masters Athlete" magazine. Before that he was a newspaper reporter in Chicago and Steamboat Springs, Colorado. His freelance journalism has appeared in the "New York Times Magazine",, and "Notre Dame Magazine". He lives in Chicago with his wife and two daughters.
Published March 31, 1993 by Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing. 40 pages
Genres: Children's Books. Fiction

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Mama's at work, and the damp August air makes Millie's hair hard to fix by herself;

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