Tabitha's Terrifically Tough Tooth by Charlotte Middleton
(Phyllis Fogelman Books)

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Tabitha has a loose tooth. Her dad says that soon she'll get a visit from the Tooth Fairy, but there's just one problem. Her tooth won't budge any farther. She has tried everything to make it come out, from bouncing on a trampoline to putting on music and dancing around the room. But it seems that nothing will dislodge her terrifically tough tooth. This is a warm and witty story that will make children smile a big toothy (or toothless!) grin as they identify with this familiar rite of passage.

About Charlotte Middleton

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Charlotte Middleton knew she wanted to be an illustrator from an early age. She says, "When I wrote DO YOU STILL LOVE ME? I was inspired by my own childhood as a younger sibling. Pequito is a bit sweeter than I was — he is not deliberately grabbing attention! When Pequito goes missing, Dudley’s strength and maturity are revealed as his jealousy fades. Through his act of bravery, we see how Dudley loves Pequito, and Dudley comes to appreciate his own abilities as well. I hope this book offers some reassurance to children."
Published October 29, 1999 by Gullane Children's Books. 32 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Desolate and dejected, Tabitha resigns herself to a night without a visit from the Tooth Fairy when a renegade sneeze propels the tooth from her mouth.

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Tabitha's stubborn tooth isn't merely dangling from her top of her mouth—it's literally cantilevered over her lower lip.

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