Tooth Fairy"s first night by Anne Bowen

Cover of: Tooth Fairy

Published by Carolrhoda Books in Minneapolis, Minn .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Tooth Fairy -- Fiction.,
  • Teeth -- Fiction.,
  • Treasure hunt (Game) -- Fiction.

About the Edition

Sally the Tooth Fairy"s first day on the job is a challenge when a toothless little girl hides her tooth and makes Sally follow a series of clues to find it.

Edition Notes

Ages 5-8.

Book details

StatementAnne Bowen ; illustrations by Jon Berkeley.
GenreFiction.
ContributionsBerkeley, Jon, ill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.B671945 To 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3290949M
ISBN 101575057530
LC Control Number2004006594

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Tooth Fairy's First Night is a spin off of what is typically known as the Tooth Fairy story. The story was open ended and left room for the child to decide what truly happened in the end. Although it was not mentioned in the end pages, I would assume that the illustrations are done in watercolor/5.

A resourceful young tooth fairy on her first mission encounters unexpected difficulties in this charmer. Armed with a satchel and a tiny flashlight, little Sally reaches beneath a sleeping child’s pillow and finds, not a tooth, but a note—the first of a series of oblique rhymed clues to the tooth’s hiding place.

Depicted as a snub-nosed lass in casual clothes, with a shock of blonde hair. A resourceful young tooth fairy on her first mission encounters unexpected difficulties in this charmer. Armed with a satchel and a tiny flashlight, little Sally reaches beneath a sleeping child's pillow and finds, not a tooth, but a note-the first of a series /5(2).

Here in the United States, the child places the tooth under the pillow for the tooth fairy to get during the night. After the child falls asleep, the tooth fairy flies to the child’s bedroom and gets the tooth for her collection. That’s also when she leaves a quick surprise for the little one.

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The tooth fairy figures out that the “tooth” was actually not a tooth and pays her a visit again with a message about honesty. Highlights: A wonderful message. The underlying message is one that everyone can relate too. Although it may be hard at. The Tooth Fairy is a fantasy figure of early childhood in Western and Western-influenced cultures.

The folklore states that when children lose one of their baby teeth, they should place it underneath their pillow or on their bedside table and the Tooth Fairy will visit while they sleep, replacing the lost tooth with a small payment.

The tradition of leaving a tooth under a pillow for the. (ebook) Tooth Fairy's First Night () from Dymocks online store. Sally has always longed to be a tooth fairy. On her seventh. The tooth fairy's address is fairy land CH tooth lane. I believe in the tooth fairy, I got a letter back from her!!.

During the night, the tooth is retrieved by the fairy and is replaced with a coin (due to inflation, the coin has been replaced with dollars). Since, on average, a child may have 20 baby teeth – and will lose them between the ages of 5 and 10 or ll - the visits are relatively s: 1.

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Losing a tooth is extra special with these little touches. Holiday Enhancements offers Tooth Fairy Tool Kits that include five little letters from the Tooth Fairy with unique messages, a small canvas bag with a gold glitter tooth emblem and a tooth-shaped stamp with gold glitter that the Tooth Fairy marks on the bills she [ ].

As she collected the precious tooth that night, she sprinkled sparkly fairy dust (glitter) all over my daughter’s bedroom, and left her a special “1st Lost Tooth” certificate and 5 bucks. The second lost tooth only earned Emily a few dollars, and I explained to her that the tooth fairy only goes all out for the first tooth a child ever loses.

Let’s Have A Look At The Book Blurb. The Tooth Fairy’s Tummy Ache by Lori Orlinsky. Ellie has been eagerly awaiting the day she can finally trade in her first baby tooth for a coveted prize from the Tooth Fairy.

But when the time comes, the unthinkable happens. Ellie swallows her tooth. But when the tooth fell out and I had it in my hand, I felt the scratchy bottom of it and remembered all over again what I wanted to ask Tabitha about her night-time activities.

The next letter was tucked right under my ear when I woke up, as if she wanted to make extra sure I would find : Jade Maitre. The tooth fairy as we know her was inspired by the legend of the mouse mentioned earlier and the good fairy myth.

In or so, a book popularized what would consider to be the modern tooth fairy. The legend was obscure for a while, but with the popularity of Walt Disney’s fairy characters, the tooth fairy gained popularity and quickly.

• The Lost Tooth Club, by Arden Johnson • Moose's Loose Tooth, by Jacqueline A. Clarke • Loose Tooth, by Steven Kroll • The Tooth Book, by Theo.

LeSieg. All of the books, except for The Tooth Book, are distributed to the school market by Scholastic, Inc., which can be found on the web at Ap - PRLog-- A conversation with a young neighbor girl who lost her first tooth motivated new author Sandra A. Filbin to create The Enchanted World: A Tooth Fairy’s Tale.

Compelled to write after that initial conversation, Filbin’s Young Adult fantasy novel took shape quickly. The story of Tiffy, a fairy chosen at birth to become the next Tooth Fairy, takes place in the. These fairy names are cute and elegant — everything you expect a fairy to be.

Fairies should not have average, dull names that you would hear in any school yard. They need something special, something magical. Here are some of the most fitting fairy names out there: January Nelson is a writer, editor, dreamer, and occasional exotic dancer.

The Tooth Fairy meets the Royal Family in this hilarious rhyming sequel to The Tooth Fairy's Christmas from Roald Dahl Funny Prize winner Peter Bently and Garry Parsons, bestselling illustrator of The Dinosaur That Pooped Christmas.

The prince has lost his first tooth. He's asleep in his bedroom in the palace but the palace is enormous!5/5(2). Story time: Tooth fairy. so I put the tooth under my pillow that night.

When I woke up that morning, the first thing I did was to see under the pillow. And when he will turn. If your tooth isn’t strong enough to be used for other purposes, the Tooth Fairy Queen grinds it down and turns it into fairy dust.

She gives it to the other tooth fairies to help them fly around the world each night and gather more teeth, so that no child’s tooth goes left unrewarded. The tooth fairy we grew up with deposited them into little bags marked 'Queenie' & 'Queenie's younger brother' and put them in a little velvet lined box.

Mum said she couldn't bear to part with any bit of us. So sweet. Except now she's a mad hoarder who drives her poor husband spare by refusing to let go of broken suitcases.

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