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The Girl Who Never Let Her Mother Brush Her Hair

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The Girl Who Never Let Her Mother Brush Her Hair by Doris Rainville

The story of Anna, a sensitive and stubborn girl who did not like getting her hair brushed. This story has been succesful in helping many parents ease the struggle of hairbrushing. Beautifully illustrated and hand-lettered by the author.

Paperback

Ages 3-7

USA

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Doris Rainville is a Waldorf Kindergarten teacher and a single mother of five grown children. Her stories are what Waldorf teachers call "pedagogical stories" -- designed to help children overcome a challenge. Rainville created this story for her own daughter; she repeated it day after day until Anna started to brush her own hair.

The Girl Who Never Let Her Mother Brush Her Hair

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