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Luke is the only one of his friends who still has all of his baby teeth. Now—finally—he has a loose tooth. But how can he get it to come out?
“Yeow!" shouts Andrew. "Do something about my loose tooth. It hurts!" Andrew's dad breaks his pliers trying to pull that tooth. Andrew's mother can't yank it out, either. Both Andrew's dentist and the Tooth Fairy herself are stumped! Finally Andrew's friend Louis comes up with a special tooth-removing remedy that requires plenty of pepper and a great big sneeze.
Everyone loses their baby teeth - but how do the teeth feel about leaving? This funny reimagining of the Tooth Fairy myth from the teeth's perspective is the perfect purchase for any child with a loose tooth or those visiting the dentist for the first time! Lou is the last loose baby tooth in the mouth. All of the other teeth take the plunge, one by one, into the great unknown. These charismatic teeth have creative ways of falling out. The front teeth go first, always wanting to be the center of attention. It's not long before a rotten tooth is pulled by the dentist. One falls out in the bath and another in the museum. Lou is determined never to leave the mouth and stay exactly where he is until... the BORING adult teeth move in. When Lou finally decides he's had enough, he goes with the Tooth Fairy to the Land of Teeth, where all his friends are waiting for him.
James visits his grandparents for the weekend. At night, he secretly sees his grandpa taking out his dentures. He is terrified and fears that his teeth may fall out as well. The next morning, James is shocked when he wakes up with a loose tooth. Now, James is determined to come up with a plan to save his tooth.
"Simple text, photographs, and diagrams present information about having a loose tooth, including how they feel and how to take care of all teeth properly"--Provided by publisher.
Fiction, Reading Recovery Level 11, F&P Level G, DRA2 Level 12, Theme Humor, Stage Early, Character N/A
Llama Llama loses his loose tooth in this new hardcover adventure, part of Anna Dewdney's New York Times bestselling series! Llama Llama's tooth is wiggling! Is it time for his first tooth to come out? He's excited, but anxious. Who is this tooth fairy everyone talks about? Mama Llama reassures him; the tooth will come out when it's good and ready. But no one is ready for what happens next...Suddenly, the tooth is GONE! Where did it go? And will the tooth fairy come at all, now? Anna Dewdney's fun-to-read rhyme is full of humor and comfort, and of course, a very happy ending.
From a cave in the forest came a "MUNCH, MUNCH, CRUNCH!" as Bear and his friends all nibbled on their lunch. Bear and his friends are munching on their lunch, when all of sudden… Bear feels something wiggling and wobbling in his mouth. Oh, no! What can it be? It's Bear's first loose tooth! In the first BEAR story in three years, Bear's friends help to ease his concerns about his wiggly, wobbly tooth and help him understand losing a baby tooth is perfectly natural. This funny and reassuring story will delight anyone who's ever had a loose tooth.
Peter can't decide if he wants his loose tooth to fall out because if it falls out, he will have a gap in his smile for the school pictures, but money from the tooth fairy will help him buy a new basketball.
Discovering his very first loose tooth, a young boy is determined to set it free, but no matter how hard he pushes, pulls, and wiggles it, the loose tooth just keeps hanging on. Jr Lib Guild. Reprint.
This book addresses some of the fear and anxiety that children can have in facing a significant change through a readily relatable childhood experience of losing the first tooth. Truman finds more confidence as he accomplishes another milestone.
Danny enjoys a lot of sweets. He has a loose tooth and must go to the Dentist. He learns how to keep his teeth clean & get a prize from the tooth fairy.
Monkey's adventures include making a birthday cake for Mom, losing a tooth, and hiding in the garbage.
On his first trip to the dentist, Charley gets lots of moral support from Maisy and friends in a full-length story readers will be eager to sink their teeth into. (Age 2-5). Maisy's friend Charley has a wobbly tooth! He's going to the dentist for the first time, and he’s a little nervous. Luckily, Maisy, Tallulah, Eddie, and Cyril are happy to accompany their toothy friend to the dentist’s office, where they make some fun discoveries: a twirly chair that goes up and down, a special cup to spit in, and a proper tooth-brushing demonstration. Charley gets an x-ray, a smiley button, and a book to take home, but what will happen with his wobbly tooth?
Although he is happy about having a loose tooth, Trevor worries when his classmates tell him some of the ways others might try to pull out the tooth.