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Little Rabbit's Loose Tooth Paperback – January 12, 2010
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About the Author
Diane deGroat is the illustrator of more than 120 books, including those she has written for her own series. Little Rabbit’s Loose Tooth was the very first book she illustrated, and it remains one of her favorites.
Top Customer Reviews
I love this book because the author doesn't want to lead the child in any one direction. Rather, she wants the child to think for him/herself whether they believe in the tooth fairy or not... and what to do with the tooth.
Baby rabbit has a few ideas for what the tooth fairy does with her tooth. She thinks up three scenarios (all of which my daughter thinks are "silly"):
1) "'I think she will save my tooth and give it to a baby rabbit that was just born, and that's how little baby rabbits get their teeth. Do you think that, Daddy?'"
2) "'Or,' said Little Rabbit, 'I think she will put my tooth up in the sky because it is such a shiny tooth, and that's how starts get made. Do you think that, Daddy?'"
3)"'Really,' said Little Rabbit, 'I think she says a magic spell and she turns the tooth into a penny...'"
Ultimately, Little Rabbit asks her mother to "sneak" something under her pillow in case the tooth fairy doesn't - but not to tell her whether she did or not.
The next morning Little Rabbit wakes up and...
I absolutely love this book; it will be one of the very few books that I'll keep for my daughter. And by the way, my daughter's belief in the tooth fairy is not diminished in the slightest.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I remember this book from my own childhood. We read it whenever there's a loose tooth.Published 2 months ago by pencilskirt
We read this book to our children, then I read it to my PreK class. Now our daughter is reading it to her children and her Kindergarten class. Sweet book!Published 2 months ago by Ann - Cave Creek, Arizona
Cute story that all three of my girls enjoyed (5 yr old, 3 yr old, and 18 month old).
It kept their attention the whole way through.
I love this book. I grew up reading it and was delighted when I found this reprint to give to my toddler.Published 4 months ago by Limecrackle
I was so happy to find this classic story of a first missing tooth! It is as much fun for my grandson as it was for his mom.Published 4 months ago by zitz
Great for children who are soon to start losing their baby teeth. The illustrations are charming, and the story is fun. My kindergarten-first grade classes enjoyed this story.Published 21 months ago by L. M. Keefer
Wonderful classic! Daughter used loved it and now my granddaghter loves it too.Published 24 months ago by Vince T