Dear Tooth Fairy

Publisher: Walker Books

Review

When Holly's tooth falls out she decides to keep it and leave the tooth fairy a set of vampire teeth instead. And so a spirited correspondence begins between the two of them, as the tooth fairy seeks the genuine article and Holly holds it back until all her questions about tooth, and other, fairies are answered.

Unabashedly pink and fairy-filled, this well executed 'novelty' book is nevertheless likely to please all but the most macho youngsters, thanks to the intimacy and believability of the fairy/child relationship; the insider information about fairies both sweet and troublesome; and, let's face it, the huge thrill of opening the envelopes.

It contains a 'riddle teller', pamphlets and posters on fairy facts, and culminates in finding a 'real' gold coin. Wow!

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