Cassandra Gets Her Smile Back Teaching Children to Care for Their Teeth by Sherri Alpert
  

Cassandra Gets Her Smile Back Teaching Children to Care for Their Teeth

Written by Sherri Alpert
Illustrated by Tea Seroya
Part of the Let's Talk Series

Synopsis

Cassandra Gets Her Smile Back Teaching Children to Care for Their Teeth by Sherri Alpert

Cassandra loves to smile. Unfortuately Cassandra also loves to eat candy, but doesn't love to brush her teeth. One day, Cassandra discovers ugly brown spots on her teeth. No matter how much she brushes, the ugly spots will not go away. Her mother tells her she has to go to the dentist to have her teeth cleaned and x-rayed. However Cassandra is afraid to go to the dentist ? what will the dentist do? This delightfully illustrated story will help explain to children what to expect from a trip to the dentist, helping to eliminate fears as well as teaching the importance of good oral hygiene.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Sherri Alpert
More books by Sherri Alpert

Publisher

New Horizon Press Publishers Inc.,U.S.

Publication date

17th June 2010

ISBN

9780882823140


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