Anna and the Tooth Fairy by Maureen Wright

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Digital art with a hand-painted multimedia effect realistically reflects the exhausting, often messy life of a young family, which is all white. An older sibling’s loving attitude enables an encouraging approach to a sometimes-stressful scenario.
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Anna has a loose tooth—and the Tooth Fairy will be coming to visit soon! As Anna’s excitement grows, she realizes that Sophie, her baby sister, must be a Tooth Fairy in training. Sophie is always up at night, her rattle looks just like a magic wand, and she’s even learning to fly! So Anna begins to teach her little sister all the skills she’ll need to be the best Tooth Fairy ever. But what will happen when Sophie is no longer in training? Will she go away? It’s up to the big sister to make sure that never happens!

Maureen Wright’s charming text and Anna Chernyshova’s adorable artwork combine in this sweet story of sibling friendship.

 

About Maureen Wright

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Maureen Wright is the author of a number of popular picture books, including Sleep, Big Bear, Sleep!¸ Sneeze, Big Bear, Sneeze!, and Share, Big Bear, Share!, all illustrated by Will Hillenbrand; Sneezy the Snowman, illustrated by Stephen Gilpin; and Go to Sleep, Maddie!, illustrated by Elisabeth Schlossberg. She lives with her husband, Don, in Athens, Pennsylvania. Learn more about the author at www.maureenwright.org.Anna Chernyshova graduated from the Cambridge School of Art with a master's in children's book illustration. She is the illustrator of Captain Firebeard's School for Pirates by Chae Strathie and Sounds All Around by Wendy Pfeffer. She lives in Cambridge, England, with her family and their dog. Learn more about the illustrator at www.cherypic.com.
 
Published June 6, 2017 by Two Lions. 17 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Digital art with a hand-painted multimedia effect realistically reflects the exhausting, often messy life of a young family, which is all white. An older sibling’s loving attitude enables an encouraging approach to a sometimes-stressful scenario.

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