Wibble Wobble by Miriam Moss

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Everyone in William's class has a loose tooth story. Sammy swallowed his tooth. Rosa's fell down the toilet. Martin hid his in a cotton ball in his ear, and Jasmine's got lost up her nose. William finally gets a loose tooth and he can't wait for it to come out. Push, pull, jiggle, joggle. Poke, flick, wibble, wobble! When the tooth does pop out, William's teacher wraps it in a tissue and puts it away in a safe place. But when it's time to go home for the day, his tooth is missing! William finally has a good loose tooth story to share with his friends. This is a great story for anyone who's ever had a loose tooth!

About Miriam Moss

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Moss is a former teacher and author of over forty children's nonfiction titles. She lives with her three young children
Published January 1, 2001 by Scholastic Inc.. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Wibble Wobble, by Miriam Moss and Joanna Mockler (Orchard, £4.99) Age: 3+ "All William ever wanted in the whole world was to have a wobbly tooth."

Sep 21 2002 | Read Full Review of Wibble Wobble

Publishers Weekly

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With unadorned yet comically lurid prose, British author Moss seems to channel the six-year-old mindset with this tooth saga.

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She has already written to the tooth fairy several times and they've built up quite a relationship with discussions about why no money is left if there are no teeth, what the fairies do with all those teeth and it is certainly a hot topic of conversation in our house as we receive regular updates...

Aug 22 2012 | Read Full Review of Wibble Wobble

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