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4+ quotes from Bad Hair Day by Sarah Mlynowski

Quotes from Bad Hair Day

Sarah Mlynowski ·  165 pages

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“Such a sensitive dog. Or maybe he just needs to go outside for other reasons.”
― Sarah Mlynowski, quote from Bad Hair Day

“I know a song that gets on everybody’s nerves, everybody’s nerves, everybody’s nerves —” “I’m going to”
― Sarah Mlynowski, quote from Bad Hair Day

“She named her horse Basil? That’s the worst name for a horse I ever heard.”
― Sarah Mlynowski, quote from Bad Hair Day

“Let’s call the prince —” “Ruff, ruff!” “Pickles!” Jonah cries gleefully. My brother is so weird.”
― Sarah Mlynowski, quote from Bad Hair Day

About the author

Sarah Mlynowski
Born place: in Montreal, Canada
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