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Brush Your Teeth Please (Pop-Up) Hardcover – April 1, 1993
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Top Customer Reviews
All the moving parts work well in my copy. Several move in a way that are very difficult for little hands. One of the toothbrushes got ripped out when I let the baby hold the book for a moment by herself. I don't see this as a problem, as long as you categorize this as an activity requiring adult assistance. You can let your little one floss the shark's teeth and manipulate the moving parts on a couple of other "easier" pages as young as 1 year.
I would recommend this!
It would be great if each child who is starting brushing his/her teeth could have this book for him/herself!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My great granddaughter loves it. Great encouragement to young ones.Published 10 hours ago by Norma C.
This is a great book to teach for brushing teeth. I love the page with the lion where the tooth brush is hand held.Published 26 days ago by Sabryna
Great book. My son loves it. It is on the fragile side so best for older kids. I got it for my son for his first dentist trip at 1 year.Published 1 month ago by stephanie grant
fun and cute book. My 20month loves to interact with the book and brush all the animals teeth. Well done book that is very engaging.Published 2 months ago by TK
Helps children understand the importance of brushing their teeth.Published 2 months ago by Joyce Lundquist
This book is adorable!! We use it every day to encourage my toddler to brush!Published 3 months ago by JW
My daughter loves this book, she used the lion's brush to brush all other animals' teeth since the rope allows it to reach that far. Read morePublished 3 months ago by peachy