Beard Boy

Beard Boy Young Ben wants to be just like his awesome dad bearded Ben wants a beard All the most boss people in his town have them The baker the barbers the butcher they re all bewhiskered even the old lady
  • Title: Beard Boy
  • Author: JohnFlannery Steven Weinberg
  • ISBN: 9780399173363
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Beard Boy
    Young Ben wants to be just like his awesome dad bearded.Ben wants a beard All the most boss people in his town have them The baker, the barbers, the butcher, they re all bewhiskered even the old lady who waits at the bus stop has one Most of all though, Ben wants a beard just like his dad He tries his best to start on some scruff, but nothing works quite right And wheYoung Ben wants to be just like his awesome dad bearded.Ben wants a beard All the most boss people in his town have them The baker, the barbers, the butcher, they re all bewhiskered even the old lady who waits at the bus stop has one Most of all though, Ben wants a beard just like his dad He tries his best to start on some scruff, but nothing works quite right And when his dad explains he might have to wait til he s older for a beard of his own, he decides to take some permanent action with a marker that is In the end, Ben and his dad find the perfect solution in this hilarious and heartwarming picture book celebrating the bond between father and son.
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  • 305 Comments

  • I remember when my stepdad shaved his beard It was NOT okay This book expresses what I suspect is a common reaction now that beards are back and as sons emulate their fathers Hello, beardos This book is for you



  • Ben wants a beard All of the coolest men in the city have beards the baker, the barber, the butcher lots of guy, but especially his dad He s tried everything to grow one himself, he s tried bubbles, and peanut butter, but they don t really make a good beard His dad says he has to wait until he s 26 or 27 When Ben can t wait that long and tries something desperate, his dad does something unexpected This is such a modern representation of city life The language in the book is very hip bodaciously [...]


  • Illustrations are done in watercolor and pencil and then colored digitally This story is about a boy who desperately wants a beard His father tells him he will have to wait to grow a beard, but the boy decides to draw a beard on himself to be like his father Then, his father shaves his beard, but his son is unhappy They go together to a beard store and buy beards so they can match.This book seems like it would be less of an educational read, and of an enjoyment book However, there was a mention [...]


  • Ben wants a beard so that he can be like dear old dad, but what happens when dad shaves his beard Read and find out I love how the book s illustrations emulates the times hipster dads, a tattooed mom, diversity, a same sex couple


  • A sweet book about a boy who wants to look like his dad, and grow a beard already Very of our time a bit hipster with parents wearing matching tattoos, and having the I m a woodsman in the city wearing flannel look D


  • One of my 4 year old s current favorites Doesn t hurt that his dad has a big ole beard Fun story about a little boy who wants to be just like his bearded dad Extra points for fun vocabulary, a family with two dads, a tattooed mom, and a fantastic, caring role model of a dad Love.




  • my dad doesn t have a beard and that s ok with me i hate it when he kisses me without shaving his whiskers hurt age 5


  • Review originally posted on Children s AtheneumWe are now in the era where beard wearing hipster dads are having kids, so it isn t any surprise that there are a number of beard and mustache picture books that have begun appearing After all, hipsters need picture books too Which does make me wonder though, were there a plethora of children s books coming out in the sixties and seventies for children of hippies No matter, this book had a special sort of charm in that of a child wanting to be like [...]


  • Madam and I laughed at this one, but a heads up that it does have a family of two dads, which puzzled Madam Lots of great vocabulary that starts with the letter b boisterous, bodaciously bewhiskered, baffled, beleaguered, and bleak Fun sketchy illustrations that you should pay attention to as they have all sorts of zany details hidden in them.Three things that I adore about this book 1 Ben and his Daddy have matching outfits throughout the entire book cementing the fact that they are best buddie [...]


  • This is one of two books about a boy going to extreme lengths to get an awesome beard like his dad s The boy sees that all the most boss people in the neighborhood have one The Brooklyn bridge features in the background of some spreads and the mom wears a long maxi dress and arm tattoos When all the attempts to get a beard fail, his dad tries to teach him the importance of waiting, even going to the extreme of shaving off his own beard But the boy in the end decides that the best way to solve th [...]


  • The little boy in this story wants to have a magnificent beard just like some of the coolest people in his city but most of all because the coolest person, his dad, has a full flowing beard As he tries to come up with various ways of acquiring such a beard, Dad finally finds a way of making them as alike as possible But will this work or has Dad gone too far A funny look at the way children imitate those they look up to and what extremes we will go to to make them happy.


  • Ben wanted to be like his dad and have a beard After all All the most boss people in his neighborhood had one Ben creatively thinks of ways to have a beard, but then his dad tells him how long he will have to wait to grow his own beard Dad comes up with a different solution The endpapers display a Beard Hall of Fame of famous figures with beards who are named on the back of the title page.


  • Good for B letter of the week ST It s a cute book about a boy wanting to grow a beard just like his dad s and all the boss people in the neighborhood I do also like that the people in the book are diverse, that both of Bobby s dads rocked boisterous beards , and there are tattoos on Billy s mom and all that jazz.


  • In a time when men s facial hair is in high vogue, boys who can t yet even display a bit of peach fuzz are no doubt fascinated by men s hirsute displays Beard Boy takes us on one youngster s trip through his personal hairy fandom Cleverly written, and delightfully illustrated, this is a book that boys and girls alike will enjoy, as will parents who get to read it aloud.


  • A father and son willing to go to any lengths to look alike is endearing However, I wonder about the father giving in because the boy is too impatient I do like the problem solving aspect that is is so strong in the story.The full color cartoon like illustrations are fun and support the text.



  • One of a couple new picture books that portrays city family life in a way that feels realistic Relatable and funny.


  • I feel so grateful to be living through one of the rare periods in U.S history when beards are in vogue Not since Benjamin Harrison has this country seen such an abundance of facial hair.





  • A cute book about a boy who wants a beard to look just like his dad and about the boys extensive beard knowledge and his journey to get one


  • Really cute The illustrations were interesting I liked the language and the fact there was a boy with two dads Pretty fun book all around


  • Hipsterrific Maybe I m old fashioned, but I don t always refer to my son as buddy Bear cub, champ, handsome boy But buddy every time C mon, how s bout a Tiger, or a big guy



  • Great book The characters all have edgy everyday additions that make them over the top likeable The tattoos, the clothing, and the beards, oh the beards Very enjoyable book


  • Tons of versatile beards, alliteration, and hip representation tattooed moms, gay parents, an enviable bearded woman Perfect gift for a bearded hipster who s partner just had a baby.


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