Little Beaver and the Big Front Tooth by Dr. Amy MacDonald
  

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Little Beaver and the Big Front Tooth by Dr. Amy MacDonald

Little Beaver is feeling scared ...his big front tooth is loose and feels as if it might fall out! How can he be a beaver without his big front tooth? Worried that he may not even be a beaver at all, Little Beaver heads off in search of his true identity, meeting LOTS of different animals along the way. Am I a muskrat? he asks and the Muskrat answers No - muskrats eat fish whereas Little Beaver eats bark. Maybe he's a porcupine? Or a woodchuck? In the end, it takes the kind words of Wise Old Beaver for Little Beaver to discover who he truly is and that losing your teeth is simply part and parcel of growing up!

About the Author

Amy MacDonald is the author of Little Beaver and the Echo and co-author of Animal Fun. She lives in Falmouth, Maine, America where she teaches writing. www.amymacdonald.com Sarah Fox-Davies specializes in illustrating animals in their natural environments (bats, beavers, bears, cats, wolves and even a caribou) and has illustrated many books for children, including Snow Bears and Little Beaver and the Echo. She lives near Tregaron, Ceredigion, Wales.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Dr. Amy MacDonald
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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

2nd May 2013

ISBN

9781406344875


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