Have you ever wanted to meet the Tooth Fairy?
Did you ever wonder what becomes of baby teeth?
Tom and Holly did - especially when Tom lost a tooth. But then, that night, the Tooth Fairy came to visit. She took the children to Cloudland where, in a beautiful garden amongst the clouds, she showed them why baby teeth are so special.
Here, in this wondrous and beautifully illustrated fairytale, the magic and secrets of the Tooth Fairy are revealed at last.
Written and illustrated by Shirley Barber.
Also available in softcover format.
Kids will reach that stage, where every second sentence starts with "Why..."
It's a wonderful stage, where we try and cover topics requiring adult-level experience, in terms understandable to a 2-5 year-old.
Well, here's a book that will at least help you cope with the toddler-age trauma of losing their baby-teeth.
A wonderful story, complimented with amazing illustrations... a true treat.
The hardcover edition is wonderfully durable, and comes with a small velvet pouch you can put the fallen teeth into, and when they awake in the morning, they have the joy of finding the pouch's contents have been replaced with coins.
Overall, this book is a wonderful addition to any children's bookshelf.
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