Andrew's Loose Tooth

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Scholastic Canada, 1998 - Teeth - 29 pages
30 Reviews
Andrew's tooth is killing him, but it just won't fall out. His father tries to pull it out with a pair of pliers, but no luck. The dentist ties it to his car without success. So it is up to the very unconventional Tooth Fairy to take care of the matter.

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User Review  - Marissa Pezzullo - Goodreads

This is a funny book that shows that it is okay that you have loose teeth. This shows the different funny ways that some one can pull a tooth besides going to the dentist. This book can show the kids that while its funny your tooth can fall out all by its self. Read full review

Review: Andrew's Loose Tooth

User Review  - Goodreads

This is a funny book that shows that it is okay that you have loose teeth. This shows the different funny ways that some one can pull a tooth besides going to the dentist. This book can show the kids that while its funny your tooth can fall out all by its self. Read full review

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About the author (1998)

ROBERT MUNSCH likes to use kids he meets on his storytelling adventures across Canada and the U.S. in his books. Bob and his wife live in Guelph with their three children -- each of whom has appeared in various Munsch stories -- and their dog, Cinder. Bob spends most of his time writing, and likes to devote his spare time to making school visits and telling stories.

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