The tooth fairy

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Knopf ; Distributed by Random House, Jul 10, 1995 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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In the wordless storyboard format and soft pastel drawings that have become his trademark, Peter Collington offers an enchanting solution to the age-old mystery of what the tooth fairy does with all those teeth!He follows an industrious tooth fairy on an arduous night's work of creating a perfect silver coin and exchanging it for a precious baby tooth.Back in her cozy parlor, she lovingly transforms her prize into a new ivory key for her broken piano, then sits down to play a tune.The trade edition includes a make-it-yourself tooth box for commemorating a milestone of every childhood--losing the first baby tooth.

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User Review  - lruano - LibraryThing

The tooth fairy gives you an inside on what it would be like if tooth fairies existed. This book starts off by showing a young girls tooth fall out. The girls mother puts it under her pillow and opens ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jackie - Goodreads

This wordless picture book tells a unique story about how the tooth fairy operates. She uses those teeth for a very musical purpose. Lovely watercolor pictures. Used for "Let's Go to the Dentist" storytime-January, 2010. Read full review


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