Bea has alopecia areata ― that means she doesn't have any hair. Most of the time, she doesn't mind. But when it's time for spirit week at school — which ends with Silly Hair Day — Bea doesn’t know what to do. How can you have Silly Hair Day with no hair?
Her best friend, Shaleah, is determined to help. Bea already wears hats, so that's not silly; wigs are itchy; and their home-made yarn hair looks like "a nest of gummy worms." With silly hair day fast approaching, they're focused on finding a way for everyone to take part — and when Bea decides to decorate her head with temporary tattoos, she's delighted to discover that, from now on, it will be "Silly Hair OR Head Day"! This empowering picture book, which includes an author's note with facts about alopecia and other forms of childhood hair loss, is a wonderful reminder of how creativity and inclusiveness can go hand in hand.