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They won't eat their vegetables, they won't go to bed on time, they don't flush after having a pee and some of them even answer back. Whether ignoring their worst behaviour or succumbing to a strategy of blackmail or bribes, there is always a solution to children's poor behaviour. But what to do with Ella Kazoo? Ella Kazoo, you see, will not brush her hair. "She roars at her mum like a big growly bear, she whines and she moans and she howls in despair, but Ella Kazoo will not brush her hair." Ella Kazoo is the wonderful story of a young girl and her curls. Beautifully illustrated and written with wonderful rhyme and rhythm, it is a joy for parents to read and a treat for children to listen to. It's ideal for early readers and full of fun. The story follows Ella refusal to brush her mane and Mum's anguish "as Ella just runs off again and again." And this little girl pushes all the right buttons. She will NOT brush her frizz. "She cares not a bit how upset her mum is. She yells and she stamps and she gets in a tizz, then stands at the mirror to have a good squiz, but Ella Kazoo will not brush her frizz!" All's well that ends well, however, and a trip to the hairdresser finally allows Ella to see a solution can be found when she asks for hair that she "won't have to untangle, hair that won't wander and hair that won't strangle." Temper tantrums, parental despair and a happy ending. Ideal ingredients for the perfect children's book.