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Nice Try, Tooth Fairy

por Mary W. Olson

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Hoping to get back her lost tooth, Emma writes a series of letters to the Tooth Fairy, but when the wrong teeth keep getting returned the mistakes create complications.
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
Dear Tooth Fairy, My grandfather is here for a visit. Could you please return my tooth so I could show it to him? --Emma
But instead of Emma's tooth, the Tooth Fairy brings strange teeth from different animals ... and the animals come to Emma's room to get their teeth back!
  wichitafriendsschool | Jun 29, 2016 |
Summary: This children's story is about a young girl and her many letters to the tooth fairy about her lost tooth. The young girl loses a tooth and places it under the pillow for the tooth fairy to collect. After the fairy has taken the tooth, the young girl needs it back to show her grandfather. The rest of the book is about the tooth fairy sending the girl the wrong tooth. She gets so many different animals teeth and has to give it back to them after they show up at her house. Finally, she gets her tooth back after many trial and error attempts.

Argument: There are many reasons as to why I believe this book is a great read for children. First, I believe it teaches children about different animals and how they come in different sizes and shapes including their body parts. I also think it gives qualities of animals that children may or may not know. For example, on page 12 it says, "The animal that came for it was cute, but oh so smelly! I let him have that tooth and anything else he wanted!". Another reason I enjoy this book is the author's ability to write the story from a child's point of view. The young girl and her letters are narrating the story- which makes it easier for young children to read and understand. For example, on page 4 it says, "My grandfather is here for a visit. Could you please return my tooth so I could show it to him? Just for one day? -Emma". It also makes it more interesting for them and allows them to connect on a personal level. The last reason, I like this book is the magic and tradition of the tooth fairy. This book helps children further believe in magic and the make-believe. All children believe in the tooth fairy at some point and I think this furthers the tradition and keeps the magic alive. On page 1 it says, "Dear tooth fairy, Thank you for the money you left under my pillow. That was the first tooth I ever lost! Wasn't it beautiful?-Emma".
I think the main theme and overall message of this story is to never give up hope. The young girl knew the tooth fairy would find her tooth and she never gave up on writing her letters or believing in the tooth fairy. ( )
  stomas5 | Sep 1, 2014 |
This story is about a child that loses a tooth and gives it to the tooth fairy. The child was happy that the tooth fairy gave money in place of the tooth, but the child's grandfather was coming for a visit and wanted to see the tooth. The tooth fairy tries to give back the tooth but keeps mistaking it for animal teeth. The animals keep showing up to get their teeth back. Finally, the toothfairy finds the right tooth, and the grandfather gets to see it. This is a cute story for a class with a lot of loose teeth. It would be great for a group that still believes in the tooth fairy. This is an entertaining story that young children will like. ( )
  menaramore | Oct 25, 2009 |
In this story a little girl gives her tooth to the tooth fairy and then wants it back to show to her grandpa. The tooth fairy is having difficulty remembering where she put the little girls tooth and keeps returning the wrong teeth.
  willsl | Mar 16, 2007 |
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