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The Tale of the Tooth Fairy

I don't think there is anyone who cannot remember the joy of losing that tooth and the magic of the tooth Fairy. The Tale of the Tooth Fairy Set is my new must have for anyone with small children. My two youngest really just LOVE reading the story. The Tale of the Tooth Fairy takes you through one small fairies journey as she discovers her place in the fairy world. It shows how she decided to become the tooth fairy and the steps she took to make every child smile.I really must say I love EVERYTHING about this set! The book is brightly illustrated and easy for children to understand, the Tooth Fairy Doll is well made and...well. ADORABLE! It also comes in a sturdy case which looks just like a book and can be easily stored on your book shelf until you and your family get a wiggly tooth ;o) and I am so happy to say we have a very wiggly tooth. Looks like the tooth fairy will soon be visiting our house to bring joy to one little boys face.

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Comments

Melinda Dunne said…
That sounds really cute! I love the little stuffed tooth fairy.
Alaina Bullock said…
What a precious idea! I love the idea of the Tooth Fairy, and this really helps to make it even better!

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