Marc Brown is the creator of the bestselling Arthur Adventure book series and creative producer of the number-one children's PBS television series, Arthur. He has also created a second book series featuring D.W., Arthur's little sister, as well as numerous other books for children. Marc Brown lives with his family in Tisbury, Martha's Vineyard.
Arthur's Toothby Marc Brown
Arthur's whole class has started losing their teeth-but not Arthur. His loose tooth wiggles but won't come out. Everyone seems to think they have the best solution. But none of their ideas work! Will he be stuck with his tooth forever?
Meet the Author
- Hingham, Massachusetts and Martha¿s Vineyard, Massachusetts
- Date of Birth:
- November 25, 1946
- Place of Birth:
- Erie, Pennsylvania
- M.F.A., Cleveland Institute of Art, 1969
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This book is a good story to read to children about ready to lose a tooth, or for ones just asking questions. It explains alot about who the tooth fairy is and that it is ok to lose teeth. It is completly normal and the best part is, you get money out of the deal. My four-year old was asking lots of questions and this book helped to try to explain things. Arthur, of course, is as cute as always. Kids relate to him and find the questions Arthur asks humorous. All children will love the pictures and the way Arthur charms his audience.
This book is good
Arthur has been wiggling his tooth a lot. He want his tooth to come out. My favorite part was when Francine knocked Arthur's tooth out. It made me laugh. You will like it because Arthur has been waking up his mom and dad. Arthur's tooth fell out. Arthur just smiled.
It's really interesting because he might lose his tooth. Francine keeps making fun of Arthur because Arthur hasn't lost a tooth. Will Arthur ever lose a tooth? My favorite part was seeing the ideas of his friends. This would be a great book to read.
Arthur is a great role model for young readers. I grew up reading and watching the show! and i still enjoy arthur