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The World’s First Tooth Fairy … Ever, by Zane Carson Carruth | Dedicated Review

Review sponsored by Zane Carson Carruth
The Children’s Book Review | June 2, 2017

Worlds-First-Tooth-FairyThe World’s First Tooth Fairy … Ever

Written by Zane Carson Carruth

Age Range: 5-8

Paperback: 32 pages

Publisher: Carson Marketing, LLC

ISBN: 978-1532-5818-0

What to expect: Tooth Fairy and Adventure

Now here’s a new picture book take on how the tooth fairy came to be …

Far, far away is a world known as Tulip Hollow. It’s a place where young fairies play, all except Abella. Abella is not allowed to venture outside the castle without her parents. On the one day her father allows her to fly with her fairy friend Darcie to a birthday party, although warned not to take any detours or talk to strangers, she is unwillingly picked up by a big old bee who flies her away from the direction of her friends and the party.

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When the bee refuses to let her go, she pinches him and is dropped into a patch of tulips. The young fairy is saddened when she discovers a pearl is missing from her favorite orange purse—although it still contains the one-dollar her mother had placed inside. It is at this moment that Abella observes a young boy lose his tooth while picnicking with his family. Although she knows she should find her way home, she decides that the boy’s tooth would make a great replacement for the missing pearl from her purse. No spoilers here, but we can tell you that the first ever Tooth Fairy arises from the experience that follows.

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On top of creating an imaginative yarn, most likely different to any Tooth Fairy story you’ve heard, the author has built in opportunities to discuss stranger danger and personal safety. The colorful illustrations are engaging and the characters (minus the old bee) are depicted cheerfully.

Losing a tooth can be an exciting and alarming experience! The World’s First Tooth Fairy …Ever matches that energy. For ages 5 through 8.

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About the Author

Zane Carson Carruth

Zane Carson Carruth

Zane and her husband Brady reside in Houston, Texas.  She is actively involved in the Houston Grand Opera, Houston SPCA and the Discovery Green Conservancy.

In addition to owning Carson Marketing, LLC, Ms. Carruth is a certified etiquette professional and has published articles in several high profile magazines. Both she and her husband are avid thoroughbred horse racing enthusiasts. When not traveling, she cherishes spending time with her 3 grandchildren, Chloe, Carson and Truett.

Ms. Carruth has recently completed her second hardback book going to publication next week.  The World’s First Tooth Fairy…Ever Presents: The Adventures of Abella and Her Magic Wand. After years of fantasizing and months of studying, Abella finally receives her magic wand. This precocious little fairy vows to take the responsibility of wand ownership seriously and all the power that comes with it.   It is a delightful book about facing challenges and accepting responsibility – even when you make mistakes. Luckily for Abella, her best friend Darcie, is with her every step of the way, doing what best friends do best.

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Dedicated Reviews allow authors and illustrators to gain prompt visibility for their work. Zane Carson Carruth sponsored this non-biased review of “The World’s First Tooth Fairy … Ever.” Learn more about getting a book review …

Bianca Schulze is the founder of The Children’s Book Review. She is a reader, reviewer, mother and children’s book lover. She also has a decade’s worth of experience working with children in the great outdoors. Combined with her love of books and experience as a children’s specialist bookseller, the goal is to share her passion for children’s literature to grow readers. Born and raised in Sydney, Australia, she now lives with her husband and three children near Boulder, Colorado.

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