Tooth Fairy's First Nightby Anne Bowen, Jon Berkeley (Illustrator)
On her seventh birthday, Sally gets the chance to earn her wings. She is finally on the way to get her first tooth, with the most important rule running through her mind—never wake a sleeping child! But when she reaches the first house, she's led on a treasure hunt filled with clues and hiding places! A good tooth fairy always gets her tooth. But will Sally get hers?
This warm and playful tale about a determined tooth fairy will have children sleeping with one eye open, hoping to catch their own tooth fairy in the act.
Meet the Author
Anne Bower was inspired to write I Loved You Before You Were Born while she waited for and wondered about her first grandchild. She has been a teacher for twenty-five years, working with both hearingimpaired and hearing children, and was chosen as the 1996-1997 Utah Language Arts Teacher of the Year. Ms. Bowen is passionate about reading and enjoys sharing her love of literature and beautiful language with her students. She has two sons and one granddaughter and lives with her husband in Ogden, Utah.
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I own this book and I love it! My children are now older (11 and 9) but when they were younger, we read it a lot. It is the tale of Sally, a new Tooth Fairy. She goes to her first tooth assignment to discover that the girl has hidden her tooth to prove that there is a tooth fairy. When the tooth fairy has been late some mornings, I just remind the kids about this book and that maybe some silly child made their poor tooth fairy work harder and then made them late. They eat their breakfast and, amazingly, the tooth fairy has arrived. Very well written and the art work is so pretty. I highly recommend it.