Saturday, August 30, 2014


Toothless Tooth Fairy coverTHE TOOTHLESS TOOTH FAIRY is a charming tale about a competition among the tooth fairies for the Miss Tooth Fairy Smile Contest and how friendship is a powerful thing.

All most everyone was certain Bella would win the contest. Not only was she beautiful, but she was also kind. Zelda, the meanest of the tooth fairies, caused Bella to fall and in doing so she lost a front tooth. Zelda took the tooth and hide it.

Bella was upset, but decided to ‘borrow’ a tooth from a child scheduled to lose a tooth soon. However, she was unable to get a replacement tooth for herself. Upon returning Bella has cause to confront Zelda and learns she caused the accident and has her tooth. Zelda caused Bella to cry and Bella’s tears turned Zelda into an ugly witch. Feeling sorry for Zelda, Bella hugs her returning Zelda to a beautiful tooth fairy again. Through the kindness and concern, the two fairies become best friends and both winners of the contest.

The rich, colorful illustrations by Anca Delia Budeanu brings the story to life. The drawings capture the story and will hold youngsters’ attention as the events unfold.

This is a delightful story about showing kindness and concern for others, and that beautiful is more than just looks. THE TOOTHLESS TOOTH FAIRY is an excellent book to help youngsters understand about morals.

The Toothless Tooth Fairy by Shanelle Hicks, Illustrated by Anca Delia Budeanu, Mirror Publishing, @2014, ISBN: 978-1612251400, Paperback, 28 Pages, Ages: 3 - 9

FTC Full Disclosure – A digital copy of this book was sent to me by the author in hopes I would review it. However, receiving the complimentary copy did not influence my review. The thoughts are completely my own and given honestly and freely.

Thanks for stopping by today. Hope everyone is having a wonderful Saturday and if you’re celebrating the Labor Day holiday weekend, be safe and have fun. Do you have a tooth fairy tale to share?

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  1. Mason - I think people who write children's books that draw young people to reading do such a great service! Thanks for sharing this.

    1. Margot, I agree with you 110 percent. Getting youngsters to read is so important and this is a fun book that will also teach a meaningful lesson.

  2. Wiat, a tooth fairy who thinks that she isn't beautiful enough without a missing tooth? What kind of a message is that to the lil' kids who expect her visit all toothless?


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