Ray Jones isn't like other tooth fairies. He curses too much. Enjoys snorting fairy dust. And recently, he's been tearing teeth out of kids' mouths for profit. He'll tell you it's because of The Rot. Then again, he'll tell you anything to avoid walking the plank.
(Part 1 of The Rot Collection)
What's happened to the Tooth Fairy?
Why is she leaving notes instead of money?
Why can't she leave the money?
And who are the pesky Pimperknickels who are playing havoc with the Tooth Fairy?
Join Chloe and Ben on their big adventure with the Tooth Fairy and the Pimperknickels.
Recommended for 6-8 year olds.
Who is stealing the pittance from the children? Vowing to help the fairies defeat these outlaws, Captain Irwin Miles Pennybrooke unveiled his secret weapons. Join the fairies on this adventure to finally solve this mystery.
Wing removal from tooth fairies, discoveries of insect history, and Romantic poetry written by automatons. These are but some of the strange tales to be found in this book. Mad Scientist Journal: Spring 2017 collects thirteen tales from the fictional worlds of mad science. For the discerning mad scientist, there is also fiction from Constance Flux, Shanan Winters, and Bobby Riahi.
The Tooth Fairy magically turns five-year old Brianna's stuffed Wiener dogs into real puppies and one of them has the powerful gift of flatulence. Brianna lets her imagination run wild as she finds new and humorous ways to creatively use this energy source during their fun-filled adventures. Join this hilarious trio and help them find the hidden Tooth Fairy throughout the book.
Timo wants to pull Dion's loose tooth but his methods are pretty strange. Dion won't let him touch it. All he can think of is how Timo's crazy ideas will result in a lost tooth. Then the tooth fairy won't come. Should Dion figure out how to get his tooth safely out or just let it be?
A funny, imaginative story with a subtle message of how worrying makes our fears grow.
The exciting adventure sequel continues in the modern day city of Bicuspid from the escapades of 800 years ago by the magician Garth described in The Legend of the Tooth Fairy by a magical teddy bear by the name of Taddy Boy.
Questions children ask about The Easter Bunny, The Tooth Fairy and Santa Claus: a parent's primer.
Also good for older children who can read for themselves, for whom you are trying to keep the magic alive ...
Beautifully illustrated throughout by Lynn Costelloe.