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The Barber's Cutting Edge By Gwendolyn Battle-Lavert,

  • Title: The Barber's Cutting Edge
  • Author: Gwendolyn Battle-Lavert
  • ISBN: 9780892391967
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Barber s Cutting Edge is a touching celebration of the close relationship between a young African American boy and his community mentor Jam packed with little boys, big boys, dads, and neighbors, Mr Bigalow s barbershop is a familiar place to talk, to play dominoes, to read, and in Rashaad s case, to get a little extra help with his schoolwork Not only does Mr BigaThe Barber s Cutting Edge is a touching celebration of the close relationship between a young African American boy and his community mentor Jam packed with little boys, big boys, dads, and neighbors, Mr Bigalow s barbershop is a familiar place to talk, to play dominoes, to read, and in Rashaad s case, to get a little extra help with his schoolwork Not only does Mr Bigalow know all the latest styles, he also knows all the words on Rashaad s vocabulary list Whether it s haircuts or words, Mr Bigalow is the best at what he does He is also a friend and a role model and as Rashaad puts it, one cool dude Holbert s vibrant drawings capture the lively atmosphere and warm spirit of the barbershop.
    The Barber s Cutting Edge The Barber s Cutting Edge is a touching celebration of the close relationship between a young African American boy and his community mentor Jam packed with little boys big boys dads and neighbors

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    1. The young child in this story, Rashaad, goes to the barbershop to get his hair cut in this hilarious children s book Gwendolyn Battle Lavert is part of the African American culture used in this story The illustrations by Holbert depict the barbershop as a happy wholesome family oriented place The barber, Mr Bigalow, seems to be helping Rashaad out with his vocabulary list Unbeknownst to Rashaad, some of the words stumped Mr Bigalow and he had to look them up in a dictionary This story is great b [...]

    2. I really enjoyed this book because of the vocabulary and how fun it was to read Rashaad is a little boy who goes to get his hair cut and receives a little help with his schoolwork Mr Bigalow, the barber, helps Rashaad with vocabulary words by telling him the definitions of the words Rashaad calls out As a literacy teacher, this book serves as an introduction to big words such as bewilderment and abolish This would be a fun way to teach new vocabulary The illustrations help the reader bring the s [...]

    3. Through a haircut at the barbershop, young Rashaad learns the value of words and using all the tools at your disposal to get the job done Good for older kid and preschool storytimes.

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