Tooth Fairy by Audrey Wood

Tooth Fairy

Written by Audrey Wood
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Part of the Child's Play Library Series


Tooth Fairy by Audrey Wood

When Matthew loses a tooth, Jessica decides to make the Tooth Fairy's visit doubly worthwhile. Fantastic for encouraging children to keep their teeth clean enough to warrant a place in the 'hall of perfect teeth'.


Can you fool the Tooth Fairy? Jessica is jealous when her brother loses a tooth and she tries a con job with a piece of corn. Her trick is uncovered at the Tooth Fairy's palace and she suffers the wrath of the robot tooth cleaners, who want to throw her in jail. Jessica's dream has turned into a nightmare, but like all fairy stories, it does have a happy ending. This has its scary moments, although it is at least comforting to know in this world of uncertainty, that the Tooth Fairy really does exist and furthermore, she's not to be fooled. * Cork Evening Echo, Autumn 2004 *

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32 pages


Audrey Wood
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Child's Play (International) Ltd an imprint of Child's Play International Ltd

Publication date

15th September 2003



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