Bad Hair Day (Whatever After #5) (Paperback)

By Sarah Mlynowski

Scholastic Paperbacks, 9780545627290, 176pp.

Publication Date: March 31, 2015

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover (4/29/2014)

List Price: 5.99*
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Description

Hair today, gone tomorrow...



After a tough day at school, I am NOT in a good mood. The perfect pick-me-up? A trip through our magic mirror! When my brother and I -- plus our new dog -- end up in the story of Rapunzel, we can't resist climbing her hair. Oh no! Her smooth locks suddenly look like they've been attacked by a cheese grater. Maybe a trim will help... Snip, snip. SNIP. Oops. Now Rapunzel's hair is too short and we're trapped!

So we have to:



- Find the tower's secret door

- Avoid getting swallowed by a giant spider

- Locate Pickles (aka the prince)

- Reunite Rapunzel with her parents



If we don't untangle this knotty tale soon, we could be stuck in this mess for good!


About the Author

Sarah Mlynowski is the New York Times bestselling author of the Whatever After series, the Magic in Manhattan series, Gimme a Call, and a bunch of other books for tweens and teens, including the Upside-Down Magic series, which she is cowriting with Lauren Myracle and Emily Jenkins. Originally from Montreal, Sarah now lives in the kingdom of Manhattan with her very own prince charming and their fairy-tale-loving daughters. Visit Sarah online at www.sarahm.com and find her on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter at @sarahmlynowski.


Praise For Bad Hair Day (Whatever After #5)

Praise for Whatever After:



"An uproariously funny read. The swift pace of the tale and non-stop action . . . will enchant readers from the first page." -- Kirkus Reviews

"Hilarious . . . with unexpected plot twists and plenty of girl power." -- Booklist

"Giddy, fizzy, hilarious fun!" -- Lauren Myracle, author of Luv Ya Bunches

"Tons of fractured fairy tale fun!" -- Meg Cabot, author of Allie Finkle's Rules for Girls and The Princess Diaries

"The feminist in me adored it, and the mother in me loved how my daughter would long to cuddle in close as we read together." -- Danielle Herzog, blogging for The Washington Post