A visit from the Tooth Fairy is always a special event. Here are some fun stories to celebrate with!
April and Esme, Tooth Fairies by Bob Graham: Tooth Fairy sisters April and Esme are determined to complete their first tooth fairy mission all on their own. Their anxious Tooth Fairy parents make sure they know all the rules before they set out by themselves to retrieve Daniel Dangerfield’s tooth and bring it home.
The Dinosaur Tooth Fairy by Martha Brockenbrough: The lonely dinosaur tooth fairy hasn’ t had any dinosaur teeth to find for a very long time. So she decides to take a child’s lost tooth but the human tooth fairy wants it too. Here Comes the Tooth Fairy Cat by Deborah Underwood Cat tries to trick the Tooth Fairy with “teeth” from a comb but it is cat who gets tricked!
Olivia Helps the Tooth Fairy by Cordelia Evans: When her brother Ian’s tooth refuses to come out, Olivia tries to cheer him up by promising the Lost Button fairy will pay him a visit instead. But can she find a lost button to put under Ian’s pillow?
You Think It’s Easy Being the Tooth Fairy? by Sheri Bell-Rehwoldt: Even a job as fun as being the tooth fairy has its challenges – you need special equipment, training and skills. Find out what it takes to qualify as the tooth fairy.
My Wobbly Tooth Must Not Ever Fall Out by Lauren Child: Lola is not happy to part with her loose tooth until she learns there is a reward, brought by the tooth fairy.
The Tooth Fairy Meets El Raton Perez by Rene Colato Lainez: When Miguel loses a tooth, two legendary characters come to claim it–one who is responsible for collecting teeth in the United States and one who has collected the teeth of the boy’s parents and grandparents.