Dear Tooth Fairy

Dear Tooth FairyIt S Almost Class Picture Day And Robby Is The Only Kid In His Class With All His Baby Teeth If Only The Tooth Fairy Could Speed Things Up Dear Tooth Fairy The description for this book was, Robby is worried Class Picture Day is coming up and he s the only kid in his class with all his baby teeth So he writes a letter to the Tooth Fairy, asking if she can hurry things up Whether they ve lost any teeth or not, kids will easily relate to Robby s feelings I rated this book with three stars because I liked the overall story, but I did not like the ending when someone actually found his tooth because that seems very unrealistic and Dear Tooth Fairy The description for this book was, Robby is worried Class Picture Day is coming up and he s the only kid in his class with all his baby teeth So he writes a letter to the Tooth Fairy, asking if she can hurry things up Whether they ve lost any teeth or not, kids will easily relate to Robby s feelings I rated this book with three stars because I liked the overall story, but I did not like the ending when someone actually found his tooth because that seems very unrealistic and gives kids false hope in a way I chose this book because it has deep and bright colors that catch your eye throughout it I liked the story because it talks about a boy wanting to lose his baby teeth just like every other kid and takes the reader through many emotions and things that happen up until he finally loses his first tooth I think this book would be appropriate for 2nd graders and up depending on their reading level Beginning Reader It s almost picture day and this little boy is the only student in the class who has not lost a tooth He writes letters to the tooth fairy with hopes that this can change and he can lose his tooth He finally has a loose tooth just in time for picture day, but when he finally loses his tooth, he actually loses it The tooth fairy gives him his money anyways, but Robby wants to give the tooth fairy the tooth He advertises an award for anyone who finds it A little girl brings Beginning Reader It s almost picture day and this little boy is the only student in the class who has not lost a tooth He writes letters to the tooth fairy with hopes that this can change and he can lose his tooth He finally has a loose tooth just in time for picture day, but when he finally loses his tooth, he actually loses it The tooth fairy gives him his money anyways, but Robby wants to give the tooth fairy the tooth He advertises an award for anyone who finds it A little girl brings him his tooth and he gives her the money from the tooth fairy He leaves the tooth for the tooth fairy and she leaves him another dollar Dear tooth Fairy by Jane O Connor is a funny delightful book about the tooth fairy This book was written for preschooler and elementary students The book started off with Robby worried about his picture day because he still has his baby teeth Robby starts to write different letters to the tooth fairy expressing his concerns The tooth fairy responds back to robby letting him know every will be ok One day Robby lose his tooth and decided to make a poster to help found his tooth At the end of Dear tooth Fairy by Jane O Connor is a funny delightful book about the tooth fairy This book was written for preschooler and elementary students The book started off with Robby worried about his picture day because he still has his baby teeth Robby starts to write different letters to the tooth fairy expressing his concerns The tooth fairy responds back to robby letting him know every will be ok One day Robby lose his tooth and decided to make a poster to help found his tooth At the end of the book a little girl return his tooth and Robby gives her a dollar as reward As a teacher, I really enjoyed reading this book My son lost his tooth and wasn t happy about it So reading this book to him provided a sense of relieve and helped him feel better because the little boy Robby went through a similar situation that was affecting him as well This book is perfect for a transitional Reader I would gave this book a five star rating because i love books that address problems that children are with face A must have book and very insightful with real life experiences A little boy is worried that he han t lost any of his baby teeth while everyone else in his class has lost some teeth He tries wiggling a tooth loose but his teacher tells him to stop His mom tells him not to worry but suggests he write a letter to the Tooth Fairy, who writes back This will be good to read to the younger class in Feb for dental health month. My boys liked this ages 4 8 They thought it was funny that the tooth fairy wrote notes to Robby I didn t mind it until the end I know children s books are often not true stories but I didn t like how they made it seem like if this situation really did happen, you could expect that someone would find it and return it My boys liked this ages 4 8 They thought it was funny that the tooth fairy wrote notes to Robby I didn t mind it until the end I know children s books are often not true stories but I didn t like how they made it seem like if this situation really did happen, you could expect that someone would find it and return it This was not one of my favorites It does show the whole myth about tooth fairies and what happens I also don t like that he wants to be like everyone else which is a real problem with a lot of students. My son liked this as he just lost two teeth the same day

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  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • Dear Tooth Fairy
  • Jane O'Connor
  • English
  • 19 June 2017
  • 0448428490