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Great multicultural book for teachers! I taught in an esol class and it was interesting to see what some kids do with their teeth. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michelle
I shared this book with my first graders who listened round-eyed to how it's done in te rest of the world. Loved learning with them.Published 2 months ago by Laurent Houvenaghel
My students thought this book was so cool! It is so neat to learn how different kids celebrate a lost tooth. Great read aloud book!Published 3 months ago by csmc
We don't do the Tooth Fairy in our house, but we still wanted to do something fun. And if we can make something educational, too, we're all for that. Read morePublished 4 months ago by George Jaros
Interesting read on how other countries handle their traditions. Fun for kids to learn and I hope my daughter will like itPublished 5 months ago by SLD
As a first and now second grade teacher, I love reading this to my classes. They sit, listen and enjoy. I've read it to my grandkids too. Again, they loved it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mark Monge
I carry this book in my Tooth Fairy bag. When people can see me, it is fun to show them what goes on around the world. The USA really needs its own story book. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Helen Stucky Risdon