Sunday, August 4, 2013

The Dinosaur Tooth Fairy

The Dinosaur Tooth Fairy
Martha Brockenbrough
Illustrated by Israel Sanchez

Dinosaur tooth fairy is the very last one left. A long time ago she was very busy collecting dinosaur teeth. But now the dinosaurs are gone and she is feeling very lonely. A new tooth would make her feel so much better, but she doesn’t know where to find one. But the dinosaur tooth fairy is in luck. A visitor to the dinosaur museum has a loose tooth. She follows the little girl home in hopes of acquiring the tooth for her collection. But she is competition with the human tooth fairy. After a little bit of scuffling, both tooth fairies find a compromise that has them both happy and not alone. 

The illustrations are hilarious and fit perfectly with the story. Children will have fun trying to find the human tooth fairy hidden on almost every page. My four year old daughter was a little confused with the storyline, but still enjoyed the story. The book would be a perfect fit for the child about to lose a tooth.

I received this book free of charge from Children's Lit in exchange for my honest review.

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