The Tooth That's on the Loose!by Chris Robertson
He's wiggly...He's wobbly...He's..."The Tooth that's on the Loose!" Set in the Old West, "The Tooth that's on the Loose!" tells the story of the character T.B.Wiggly, who is a slippery, shifty little varmint. The legend is told in narrative fashion by an old coot named Sheriff Tex. It is a tall tale...just tall in a small way! So pull up your bootstraps, saddle up, and mosey on over partner and enjoy! The book is narrated by the author Chris Robertson, who is a writer, illustrator and animation storyboard artist. The "voice" brings about a western feel, introducing many cowboy-like sayings, popular in Texas.
- Chris Robertson Books
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- 11 MB
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- Age Range:
- 4 - 7 Years
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Really humorous book that helps kids get over fear of lossing their teeth!
This book is excellent and a lot of fun. Excited to read it to my children when their teeth start coming in and falling out.
Chris Robertson is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors/illustrators. His books are funny, quirky, and pretty darn entertaining. I read this to my daughter who just got her first loose tooth and she loved it! She thought it was hilarious that an outlaw tooth could be captured and taken into custody by the Tooth Fairy. The thing I like about this book is that it is so different from other picture books on the same topic. Robertson took an unconventional and rather humorous approach to a life event that every child will have to deal with. I almost couldn't believe that a wiggly tooth being a wanted outlaw worked as well as it did. Well done, Chris Robertson. Well done. :)
This book is perfect for us because we're in 2nd grade and loosing teeth! It's a funny story that we can make a connection to, and we think you will too!
I have tried to get this book for a while now, but it is not in book form, and the e-book is not compatible with my reader nor NOOK for PC. I'd love to have it in a standard e-book format so that I could read it to my child who currently has a tooth loose. I'd rate it higher if I could read it.