When it’s time for Tate to start her tooth-fairy training, she learns that there’s much more to the job than just leaving coins for sleeping children.
Tate’s tooth-fairy training starts today, and her big sister, May, is taking her out on her very first tooth-collecting mission. After practicing at home, Tate is ready to test her skills, and May leads her to their first stop: a herd of hippos in a lake! After all, human children aren’t the only young creatures that lose their teeth. In fact, being a tooth fairy is a dangerous job, and Tate must visit all kinds of toothy predators before the night is up. Will she be able to collect the teeth from narwhals, anacondas, and more — all without waking a single creature? Author Michelle Robinson and illustrator Briony May Smith introduce two brave fairy sisters with a whimsical, rhyming read-aloud.
Tate and May visit a lot of different “kids” who have lost their teeth. Which would be your favorite animal to collect teeth from? Which do you think would be the scariest?
Tate learns how to be a good tooth fairy from her older sister. What have your siblings, parents or friends taught you how to do?
To Heidi, with love from Mummy xxx
To my sister Jessica, who has a wonderful smile xx