Go big or go gnome / Kirsten Mayer ; illustrated by Laura K. Horton.
Contributor(s): Horton, Laura K [illustrator.].Material type: BookEdition: First edition.Description: 34 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 23 x 29 cm.ISBN: 9781250111272; 1250111277.Subject(s): Barbers -- Children's picture books | Beards -- Children's picture books | Gnomes -- Children's picture booksGenre/Form: Picture books for children.DDC classification: [E] Other classification: JUV019000 | JUV039140 | JUV029000 Summary: Although unable to grow a beard, Al the garden gnome, after discovering his talent for barbering, wins a special award at the beard contest.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
<p>Laugh your whiskers off with Albert the Gnome in this charming and funny picture book about friendship, self-acceptance -- and beards!</p> <p>A beard is the biggest point of pride for a Gnome, but poor Al can't sprout a single whisker. Each year, Al feels left out of the Beards International Gnome-athalon, B.I.G.</p> <p>So Al decides to go BIG or go Gnome! It's a close shave, but with a hidden talent and the help of his friend, Gnorm, Al learns accepting that you are different is the key to fitting in.</p> <p> An Imprint Book </p>
Although unable to grow a beard, Al the garden gnome, after discovering his talent for barbering, wins a special award at the beard contest.