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Batina’s story is one of determination and teamwork…The positive message of working together and embracing diversity makes this early-level chapter book, illustrated by Gabhor Utomo, shine.
This is a great book. I can imagine reading this book with my grandchild. It’s really a perfect book to read with your child or for your child to read. I must say that the pictures throughout the book were beautiful. I’ll have to see if there are more books by this author for my grandchildren.
Batina’s Best First Day is a skillfully written children’s story that teaches several important lessons: Always do your best, accept other people’s differences, never give up and (of course) brush your teeth!
This story is adorable and whimsical, and kids will love those fairies. The illustrations are enchanting and give good pace and movement to the story, breathing life into the characters.
Ditto underlines the importance of well-brushed teeth from a tooth fairy’s point of view, an intriguing choice since children are generally more interested in what the collector leaves under their pillows.
With short chapters, lots of color illustrations, an age-appealing topic and an appropriate reading level, I think Denise Ditto has nailed it.
Tooth Fairy Day Celebration is a must-share, absolutely magical children’s book
With colorful, elegant fonts and bite-sized chapters, Tooth Fairy Day Celebration is a perfect book for a young audience.
Tooth Fairy Day Celebration is a fun series installment that’s less focused on dental hygiene and more on magical hijinks.
What happens when a tooth fairy collects a rotten tooth? Nothing sweet! Children and those who love to read to them are sure to love the second book in the Tooth Collector Fairies series and be sure to brush better as a result!
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Just in time for Easter – Available at www.toothcollectorfairies.com
Mark your calendars – The Tooth Collector Fairies author will be at the Cy-Fair Exhibit Center April 12-14.
Brushelot is the name given to the magical land where Tooth Collector Fairies live. You might think a name for a tooth fairy’s magical land would come easy but it didn’t. Originally, the name was to be Panteen – a…
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