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The Tooth Fairy Legend: The Touch of Kindness Hardcover – March 1, 2002
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"The Touch of Kindness...has been described as 'delicious.' Everybody seems to be over the moon about this show...." -- Liz Smith column, May 27, 1998
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Top Customer Reviews
My two grandchildren, Elizabeth,five and Mary,seven, were spellbound as they "read" the book along with their Nanny while listening to the CD's. Of the many gifts I sent the children, The TOOTH FAIRY LEGEND seemed to be most appreciated, especially since Mary had just lost a tooth.
Kudos to Long and Meyer on writing a warm and relevant book which teaches being kind to one another is its own reward.
Timeless myth takes a new reality in this beautifully illustrated version of THE TOOTH FAIRY: THE TOUCH OF KINDNESS. Concealed within an entertaining story about young Piper Noble are a number of lessons that parents will appreciate. For example, children learn about the power of love, of accepting other differences, and respect for all people.
Having tried this book on an audience ages five and eight, THE TOOTH FAIRY LEGEND is a hit! My young audiance loved the mustic aand narration on the accompanying CDs, and enjoyed following along with the text in the book. They were entranced by the story, and talked about it for days. As a professional caregiver, I appreciated the opportunity for them to enjoy a long story without the TV that we usually have going. For a terrific story accompanied by the beautiful music and marvelous illustrations, THE TOOTH FAIRY LEGEND; THE TOUCH OF KINDNESS comes very highly recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This wonderful book was very entertaining and my children loved reading along with the accompanying CDs. Read morePublished on July 22, 2002
I recently purchased this delightful book for my 5 year-old nephew and 3 year-old niece. I must say they absolutely enjoyed both the book and the CD. Read morePublished on July 17, 2002 by Stephanie Tham
This is an overblown, longwinded story with characters called 'diaper' that no child can relate to. The songs are not memorable enough to be sung by a child. Read morePublished on July 11, 2002