Where Did Momo's Hair Go?
by Stéphanie Boyer, illustrated by Caroline Hamel, translated by Carine Laforest
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Pub Date 29 Aug 2023 | Archive Date Not set
Chouette Publishing, CrackBoom! Books
The laugh-out-loud journey of a little clown's wig
Hurry up! Momo the Clown is in a rush. He runs so fast to catch the bus that his hair flies off his head... Oh, no! Where did Momo's hair go?
A humorous story that takes young readers on an exciting adventure to find Momo the Clown’s hair through a busy town. On the way, they will encounter a host of amusing characters and their even more colorful dogs in silly situations that will keep children giggling until the last page.
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Average rating from 45 members
This is so cutee
I love the idea
Learning about kinds of dogs with colourful and imaginative way
I love the illustration so much
Suitable for primary school kids 💚
an adorable read!! loved the bright and delightful illustrations to no end <33 an entertaining and hilarious read, which teaches the different kinds of dogs to kids in a fun way. would definitely recommend!
Thank you for the advance reader copy for an honest review.
I enjoyed reading this book with my 6 year old. It was definitely a laugh out loud journey. So funny for the kids. I would definitely recommend for kindergarteners and first graders for an amazing giggling journey until the last page.
This is a very simplistic story with cute illustrations.
It would be a decent book for a 3-4 year old.
It has lots of simple language that may be beneficial to learning sight words and having that word recognition.
Adorable children's book. Both the prose and pictures pulled the reader in. The story was told in the same format as the popular Boom Chicka Boom. I know my children would have loved this book as toddlers.
Where did Momo's Hair Go?
Where did Momo's Hair Go? is a cute, fast-paced picture book. I found myself smiling throughout. I love the child-like illustrations; they're bright, colorful. The illustrations are attention-grabbing, and the animals wearing Momo's hair are funny looking. Kids will love the repetitiveness. I can easily see this being a fast favorite.
Thank you, NetGalley and Chouette Publishing, for an advance review copy for free and I am leaving this review voluntarily.
This was such a cute story. I chose it cause my boys call their gandmother MOMO. I loved the story. The pictures were awesome. That ending...I loved it!! For a childrens story its adorable.
That was so cute!
The illustrations are very well done and are really cute.
The story is amusing and it is a very quick read...
This is the perfect book for parents who to read to their young children.
This was such a cute funny book! My son and I loved the colorful fun illustrations, and he giggled a lot at the crazy places Mimi’s hair wound up. I would be happy to add this book to my children’s library. I received a free copy of this book from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest review.
This is such a cute and short read. The illustrations were really good. Then ending was really abrupt but still funny.
It's a cute, fun read; I kept reading to find out what happened to Momo's hair. Furthermore, the adorable illustrations are ideal for children; I intend to give this book to my little nephews when it is released.
This is such a unique book. I've realized that most children's books have very neat and cute illustrations, which actually aren't children's styles! They love wild colorful illustrations as well as stories that are entertaining and this one ticks all the right boxes. I'm not sure why Momo's hair only landed on dogs though. But it sure was fun.
This is a cute book about a clown's wig that travels from dog to dog until it finally finds it way back home.
I received an electronic ARC from Chouette Publishing through NetGalley.
Momo the clown's hair blows away and reader watch where it goes. The wig takes quite a journey as it moves animal to animal until it ends up back on Momo's head - just in time for the party. The artwork adds to the fun as readers see how ridiculous this can be. A picture book for younger readers and for families to enjoy together.
I received a copy of this book through Netgalley. This is my honest review.
This is a short story about a clown who loses their wig. The wig goes on a journey through the town, landing on several different breeds of dogs before being knocked back off again on its journey. Eventually the wig makes its way back to Momo, just in time for the party Momo is clearly supposed to be entertaining children at.
Having the hair land on the various dogs' heads before being thrown off by their actions was clever. When the story started I was expected a wider variety of people and things that the hair ended up with though. I think that would have made for a more dynamic storyline. But this is a book written for children, so a dynamic storyline probably isn't necessary.
The illustrations seemed very rudimentary, like children's drawings. They really look like they were done with crayons and everything.
I don't think I'd want to read this book to children very many times personally, but I could see them asking for it several times. Overall I give it 3.2 out of 5 stars.
A cute story that introduces children to breeds of dogs. Momo the clown loses his wig to a gust of wind that sees it land on a dog, from there an event (sneezing, barking, a fright) causes the wig to fly from dog to dog.
I felt maybe the illustrations of each dog could have been closer to the actual breed but I am sure a small child would not notice. The illustrations, on a whole, were delightful, full of people and dogs and objects for children to look at.
A cute read! Dog-lovers are sure to enjoy the adorable pups wearing Momo's hair. I do wish that it had had more animals/funny characters in the wig, as opposed to just different breeds of dog (plus, would have liked to see a mutt or something included!)
Very fun quick read for children. They loved the silliness of Momo's travelling hair and I personally adored the illustrations. This style is a big favourite of mine.
This silly book would be fun for a preschool crowd. Momo’s hair disappears to many different areas that leave the reader laughing and wondering.
Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for the eARC! This is a cute story about how a clown loses his hair when going to a party. This book has fun, colorful and different pictures which make it appealing to young readers. One thing I would change about the book is that I felt like it just ended. The last page just says until... and the story is over. I'm guessing because Momo has his hair back in the last picture that is why its over?
Bright and colourful illustrations with a silly-fun story featuring a clown, his hair and many dogs. Definitely a more unique book that I'm sure younger children will enjoy.
A lovely little book. Humorous and like-able. I liked the illustrations and felt they tied in nicely with the type of book. Rhythm and rhyme throughout the book which I love to read to my class.
This was cute. A very simple story with clever rhymes and lots of dogs - some of my favorite things. I think kids will love trying to find Momo's hair on each page, and they'll enjoy all the funny ways it keeps moving along. The ending left something to be desired for me, but I can see how children might like it so they can come up with their own funny places the hair ends up. I didn't quite care for the illustration style, but it was still enjoyable.
Momo the clown has lost his wig! It flies around landing on numerous different dogs' heads around the colorful neighborhood. I enjoyed seeing all the dog breeds and the colorful town as Momo tries to catch his wig before making it to the birthday party.
I think I would have enjoyed the wig landing on different people or animals, not just dogs. Maybe it could land in some paint and turn up a new color or rainbow colored.
Such a cute story about dogs and who doesn’t like dogs? It’s very interactive for kids because they can try to find Momo’s hair on every page, so it will keep their interest easily. It’s a very funny story with likable characters.
What a cute read! The illustrations are unbelievably beautiful; I want to hang some of these pages on my walls as art. I'm particularly fond of the naughty squirrels.
The story itself is not the most gripping in children's picture book history, but it is silly and quite fun when paired with those illustrations. (Those illustrations! I'm still not over them.) Parents and kids will have the most fun inspecting each page to discover all of the adorable, inventive details.
This was perfect for preschoolers. My almost four year old ate it up. This book employs the patterned text format that this age group loves. My kiddo liked predicting where Momo’s hair would end up next. Also, I loved the bright illustrations!
This was such a cute read! Very simplistic and bright pictures that any kid young or old will enjoy. Definitely recommend this one to all kids looking for their next read.
an adorable and lighthearted little book perfect for little children, I absolutely adored the illustrations !
Such a cute and interesting book! I loved the unique illustrations and plot line. This book is funny and has a great interactive aspect. It would be great in a storytime, and there's lots to look at on each page. I'll be using it in a storytime in the future.
This is a cute book with really great illustrations. I love how most of the pet owners names rhyme with their pets. I think it’s a fun story for kids and a lot to talk about in the photos.