The Museum of Lost Teeth answers the question “Where do all the lost teeth go?” in this unexpected and hilarious picture book.
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In The Museum of Lost Teeth, Friedland and Jose have provided a punny and engaging book for kids and the grown-ups who read to them.
The Toothfairy of Difflewood uses rhyme, gentle humor, and an upbeat fantasy setting to introduce readers to the dentist.
Losing a tooth can be an exciting and alarming experience! The World’s First Tooth Fairy …Ever matches that energy.
Which five words best describe the Piper Green series?
Ellen Potter: magic, Maine, fun, quirky, cozy
What-the-Dickens is the Rogue Tooth Fairy and the main character of Gage’s tale. He is an orphan and spends his time trying to figure out who he is, and why he is so attracted to teeth.