Until you’ve consumed all of the best Tooth Fairy books, can you even claim to be a true fan?
New York Times bestselling author and artist James Dean brings readers along for a fun and surprising adventure with Pete the Cat!In Pete the Cat and the Lost Tooth, the tooth fairy asks Pete for some help. But it’s not easy being the tooth fairy for Pete when a tooth goes missing—will he be able to find the lost tooth before it’s too late?Beginning readers will love Pete’s adventure as the tooth fairy in this My First I Can Read story, complete with original illustrations from the creator of Pete the Cat, James Dean. My First I Can Read books are…
2. The Night Before the Tooth Fairy (2003)
It wiggles, and waggles, and wiggles some more, but this little boy’s stubborn tooth just won’t come out! He hopes it will fall out soon, because he can’t wait to meet the Tooth Fairy! This humorous tale based on Clement C. Moore’s classic poem is a perfect addition to the best-selling series. Illustrated by Johansen Newman….
3. The Tooth Fairy (Peppa Pig) (2018)
Peppa Pig has lost her first tooth! If she tucks it under her pillow, will the Tooth Fairy come for a special visit? Includes stickers!…
4. Eunice the Unicorn: lost her first tooth (2019)
This colourful picture book is perfect for little children who are losing their teeth – and even better if they love unicorns too. The main character, Eunice, is a sweet little unicorn who has a loose tooth! But what exactly does that mean? Who is the Tooth Fairy? And why does she want the unicorn’s tooth? Join Eunice on her way to find the answers and see that a wobbly tooth is really nothing to worry about! It not only isn’t scary, but is also rewarding……
5. The Berenstain Bears and the Tooth Fairy (2012)
When Sister Bear notices that she has a loose tooth, she can’t wait for it to fall out so that the Tooth Fairy will come and leave a quarter under her pillow. But then Sister finds out that her best friend, Lizzy Bruin, got even more for the last tooth she lost! What is the Tooth Fairy thinking? Mama and Papa give her good advice while Sister waits for the Tooth Fairy’s next visit….
6. Dear Tooth Fairy (2014)
Dear Tooth Fairy…
Nancy touches upon a subject near and dear to all in this Fancy Nancy story from the beloved New York Times bestselling author-illustrator team Jane O’Connor and Robin Preiss Glasser. Nancy absolutely must have her first tooth fall out at school. That way she will be sure to receive the special tooth-holder necklace from the school nurse. But when Nancy’s tooth starts wiggling at home, she is worried she might lose it before class. How can Nancy make sure her loose tooth falls out at school?Fancy Nancy and the Too-Loose Tooth is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for children…
8. Tooth Fairy’s Night (Step into Reading) (2017)
In this Step 1 early reader, a twinkly, sneaker-wearing Tooth Fairy zips around a dreamy neighborhood in a typical night at work. Readers will delight in exploring the details of her tiny world, and in the exciting (yet mild) brushes with danger! Any kid who has lost a tooth, or who just wonders what it would be like to be very small and have the power of flight, will happily dig into this fanciful journey. Step 1 Readers feature big type and easy words for children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin reading. Rhyme and rhythmic text paired with picture clues help children decode the story….
9. Tooth Fairy (Child’s Play Library) (2003)
When Matthew loses a tooth, Jessica decides to make the Tooth Fairy’s visit doubly worthwhile. Fantastic for encouraging children to keep their teeth clean enough to warrant a place in the ‘hall of perfect teeth’….
10. Tooth Fairies and Jetpacks (2018)
Have you ever wondered why tooth fairies want your teeth in the first place? Or how fairies fly? Or how they carry money so much larger than they are? What if the answer is… SCIENCE? This is the story of two sisters who learn about the world of tooth fairies, and how they’re really all scientists and engineers. When one of the fairies disappears, the girls will have to think quickly to solve the mystery. Hold on tight… Tooth Fairies and Jetpacks is a joy to read aloud, and parents who want their children to be excited by science will be delighted to read this modern, witty tale…
11. Loose Tooth (My First I Can Read) (2005)
A funny and reassuring My First I Can Read Book about a child’s first loose tooth.A young boy wakes up one morening to find that he has his very first loose tooth. But no matter how much he pushes, pulls, and wiggles it, it just won’t come out. This is the perfect book for young readers who are excited about losing their teeth, too. Energetic and engaging, this simple story is just right for the youngest beginning readers….
When last we heard, the Guardians were resting easy with the knowledge that the children of Santoff Clausen were finally safe from Pitch’s dastardly plans. But is it all a ruse, a scheme, a lull the evil Nightmare King has deviously concocted? Whatever Pitch’s plans, what he doesn’t know is that there’s a new Guardian in town, and she’s not the type to forget old grudges. Actually, she’s not the type to forget anything—because this Guardian is none other than Toothiana, the Tooth Fairy herself. She’s fierce…
13. How to Catch the Tooth Fairy (2017)
Losing a tooth is an exciting and notable event in the life of a child – what will the tooth fairy bring? Following up on the New York Times best-seller How to Catch a Leprechaun, this book presents a wonderfully creative opportunity for children and parents to have fun and celebrate together. How to catch the Tooth Fairy? It’s not an easy task. You can try to catch her, but she is just too fast!…
Kids everywhere know and love the Tooth Fairy — and now they’ll get to see just how magical she truly is!Ouch — Icy Jack Frost has a horrible toothache! When he decides that the only cure is stealing Brianna the Tooth Fairy’s magic, there’s no stopping him. Now Brianna can’t do her job, and losing teeth won’t be magical or fun anymore!Kirsty’s loose tooth just fell out, and she and Rachel can’t wait for Brianna to visit. But Brianna doesn’t come to leave a treat under Kirsty’s pillow — she comes because she needs the girls’ help! Can they track down the missing magic for their new fairy friend? Or is Kirsty’s lost tooth a lost…
Have you ever wondered about the Tooth Fairy? Who is she? How does she get in and out of your home? And what does she do with the teeth? Most people believe that there is one tooth fairy who flies around the world every night collecting teeth and leaving gifts. Can you imagine one little fairy with all that work to do every night? Well actually, each and every family has their own tooth fairy that is assigned especially to them. This is why some children get coins, some get dollars, and some get other special presents. Each tooth fairy leaves her own…
Books shelved as tooth-fairy: The Tooth Fairy Wars by Kate Coombs, Bear’s Loose Tooth by Karma Wilson, April and Esme: Tooth Fairies by Bob Graham, Here If there are other stories you would love to hear please leave a comment with the title and author Also don’t forget to subscribe! This is such a cute little book about the magical Tooth Fairy. Here’s a great list of books about teeth and the tooth fairy to read with your kids while they are preparing for a visit from the Tooth Fairy. Books About Teeth and the Tooth Fairy. Olivia Helps the Tooth Fairy | In this story, Olivia takes Tooth Fairy matters into her own hands. The Tooth Fairy Kit — Includes book, a star pillow with a pocket for teeth and treasures, and a keepsake journal. Kids Books: HOW TO TRICK THE TOOTH FAIRY read aloud 4 children. It’s Prankster versus the Tooth Fairy, the ORIGINAL Princess of Pranks! Who winsthe kid or the fairy? It’s a KidTime StoryTime
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Franklin and the Tooth Fairy
Publisher: Kids Can Press, Year: 1995, Size: 10 Mb, Download: cbr
Franklin And the Tooth Fairy
Publisher: , Year: 1995, Size: 10 Mb, Download: cbr
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