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Tooth Fairy's First Night ❤ Tooth Fairy's First Night pdf ⚣ Author Anne Bowen – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Sally has always longed to be a tooth fairy On her seventh birthday, she is finally going off to get her first tooth But when she reaches the house, she finds the job is not as easy as she d hoped Sally has always longed to be a tooth fairy On her seventh birthday, she is finally going off to get her first tooth But when she reaches the house, she finds the job is not as easy as she d hoped.


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10 thoughts on “Tooth Fairy's First Night

  1. Janine Weston Janine Weston says:

    Tooth Fairy s First Night by Anne Bowen, Illustrations by Jon Berkeley Raise your hand if you have ever lost a tooth Now, think about how you felt the first time you lost a toothWere you nervous Were you scared Well, you might have been just as nervous and scared as Sally was on her first night as a tooth fairy In Anne Bowen s Tooth Fairy s First Night, we join Sally on her adventure to find her first tooth Now, for those of you have ever done something for the first time, it can be int Tooth Fairy s First Night by Anne Bowen, Illustrations by Jon Berkeley Raise your hand if you have ever lost a tooth Now, think about how you felt the first time you lost a toothWere you nervous Were you scared Well, you might have been just as nervous and scared as Sally was on her first night as a tooth fairy In Anne Bowen s Tooth Fairy s First Night, we join Sally on her adventure to find her first tooth Now, for those of you have ever done something for the first time, it can be intimidating, scary even Fortunately, our friends and family can provide encouragement to build our confidence Remember, a good tooth fairy is always patient, said Mama A good tooth fairy always looks on the bright side of things, said Grandma A good tooth fairy always gets her tooth, said Great Grandma And don t forget, they called, as Sally flew into the night, you must never, ever wake a sleeping child Sally s first tooth belonged to Miranda Kay Michaels Slowly, carefully, Sally reached beneath Miranda Kay s pillow Oh, no, Sally thought, what is this Sally pulled out a pink envelope and read the letter inside Dear Tooth Fairy, My friend Emily says you are not real, but my friend Sam says you are He saw you once flying our his bedroom window I want to know who is right, so I am hiding my tooth in a very secret place.A place only a smart tooth fairy can find Yours truly,Miranda Kay MichaelsWill Sally be able to find the tooth or will she give up and fly home Find out by reading Tooth Fairy s First Night by Anne Bowen


  2. Diana Diana says:

    Cute little twist to a story about the tooth fairy If done as a read aloud, the tooth fairy must follow clues that, young children listening to the story will like figuring out The ending is a bit of a surprise with a twist that would work well for the students to add a group writing project to continue the story I think the concept of talking about the feelings and emotions that come with trying something for the first time might be a great connection for discussion if done as a read aloud.


  3. Jordan Schwab Jordan Schwab says:

    This book was absolutely adorable Tooth Fairy s First Night is a spin off of what is typically known as the Tooth Fairy story The story was open ended and left room for the child to decide what truly happened in the end Although it was not mentioned in the end pages, I would assume that the illustrations are done in watercolor There are a few pages where the illustrations are full bleed as well as a few that are just little blurbs of color The colors are vast and work well together while no This book was absolutely adorable Tooth Fairy s First Night is a spin off of what is typically known as the Tooth Fairy story The story was open ended and left room for the child to decide what truly happened in the end Although it was not mentioned in the end pages, I would assume that the illustrations are done in watercolor There are a few pages where the illustrations are full bleed as well as a few that are just little blurbs of color The colors are vast and work well together while not distracting from the story.The text is a little larger and in a simple font so that it is easier for kids to read There aren t very many challenging words which also creates an ease of reading The story is exciting and could keep the audience hooked I would choose this book to show that people have different views and beliefs and that you do not have to agree with them while keeping their imaginations going I would highly recommend this book for a fun read for children


  4. Katherine Katherine says:

    For literacy day at my daughters school they brought in Anne to speak She was great I could tell that she has been in education for over 30 years Her speach was very age appropriate and exciting for the children to listen to It really got a lot of them excited to read As a bonus, all her books were on sale and she personalized each one Alexis liked this one best She is such a treasure hunt type of girl I think that she was thinking in that little mind of hers Hum, I think that I will do For literacy day at my daughters school they brought in Anne to speak She was great I could tell that she has been in education for over 30 years Her speach was very age appropriate and exciting for the children to listen to It really got a lot of them excited to read As a bonus, all her books were on sale and she personalized each one Alexis liked this one best She is such a treasure hunt type of girl I think that she was thinking in that little mind of hers Hum, I think that I will do that next time I lose a tooth too


  5. Kimberli Kimberli says:

    In Tooth Fairy s First Night, by Anne Bowen, Sally comes from a long line of tooth fairies that goes all the way back to her great grandmother On Sally s first night she has to find the tooth of little Miranda Kay Michaels When Sally arrives she finds out that Miranda has hidden her tooth, and she is led on a treasure hunt filled with clues and hiding places Will Sally ever find her first tooth Read this warm and playful tale about a determined tooth fairy.


  6. Mrs. Mrs. says:

    Cute little twist to a story about the tooth fairy If done as a read aloud, the tooth fairy must follow clues that, young children listening to the story will like figuring out The ending is a bit of a surprise with a twist that would work well for the students to add a group writing project to continue the story.


  7. Janice Janice says:

    This was such a fun book Kendall is really into treasure hunts, and the tooth fairy, so this one was a real hit at our house A third generation tooth fairy goes out on her first night to collect a tooth, but runs into a snag when the little girl sends her on a hunt for the tooth to make sure the tooth fairy is real Well written with adorable pictures We liked this one a lot.


  8. Molly Molly says:

    Since I sent the tooth fairy a check yes or no questionaire as a kid I totally love this book The characters are sweet and this was a fun read for anyone questioning the truth of the tooth fairy Ages K


  9. Kim Norman Kim Norman says:

    I love the plucky little tooth fairy in this book Anne Bowen masterfully weaves a great story, a bit of suspense, and other elements which make children s books so enjoyable, like the rhythmically repeated advice of the young fairy s elders.


  10. T Crockett T Crockett says:

    Great for fairy lovers and not so interested in fairies alike The main character is surprisingly well rounded and the story has some unexpected twists and turns Well loved by the preschoolers I know.


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