PreS-Gr 2-Guille (Willy) wants a loose tooth in the worst possible way. All of his friends at school can wiggle and waggle their teeth but his won't budge. He anticipates the manner in which his teeth will eventually fall out and again looks to his friends for examples. Readers share these funny scenarios along with him as he also observes what individuals decide to do with their fallen teeth. Finally Guille gets his wish and embarks on his own dental adventure. Moss's original English version was simultaneously published in London by Orchard Books in 2001. Half the fun of the book is in the onomatopoeia of the sounds a wiggly tooth can make (Mendo has done an excellent job of adapting rather than simply translating this part of the text). The other half is the brightly colored cartoon drawings of Guille, his parents, and his school chums. This is a great read-aloud and story-time selection. Recommended for all collections. Maria Otero-Boisvert, Criticas Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.