Illustrated by New York Times best-selling artist Bea Jackson, this poignant story speaks to Lunella Lafayette’s insecurities about her hair as School Picture Day approaches.
Sure, Lunella may be a genius Super Hero (Moon Girl), but when someone makes unkind comments about her hair, she questions whether she needs to change it for School Picture Day. She is, after all, still a 13-year-old girl. Ultimately, Lunella figures out the hairstyle that makes her feel like her best self for her school picture, but not before struggling with what that means for her.
Readers will explore and relate to themes of self-kindness, patience, identity, and acceptance in this charming and funny story.
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