The Real Tooth Fairy




      The Real Tooth Fairy
After Elise loses her first tooth, she lies awake and waits for the tooth fairy s visit, only to discover the tooth fairy is her own mother Later, her mother tells her the tooth fairy can disguise herself to look like someone the child knows and trusts Elise s wish to see the tooth fairy in her own true form is granted in the climax of this charming story. New Download [ The Real Tooth Fairy ] by [ Marilyn Kaye ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

I was born in New Britain, Connecticut, and grew up in Atlanta, Georgia I also spent a year 5th grade in Montgomery, Alabama, and a year in Ann Arbor, Michigan 8th grade As a child, I always wanted to be a writer, but I had lots of other ambitions too I wanted to be a teacher, a librarian, a movie star, the president of the United States, and a ballerina I didn t achieve all my goals I never became a movie star, the president of the U.S., or a ballerina But I ve been a teacher and a librarian and most of all, a writer I ve been writing for as long as I can remember Growing up, I always kept a diary I wrote poems, stories, plays, songs and lots of letters Writing wasn t easy for me, but it felt natural and right.I ve always read a lot, too I was an English major at Emory University I love Shakespeare , and I also received a master s degree in library science at Emory I earned a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Chicago, and I taught children s and teen literature at St John s University in New York for over 20 years Now, I m a full time writer, living in Paris, France the most beautiful city in the world.

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • The Real Tooth Fairy
  • Marilyn Kaye
  • English
  • 02 August 2019
  • 0152001204

10 thoughts on “ The Real Tooth Fairy

  1. Gabriella says:

    This cleverly written tale is about a young girl, named Elise, who has just lost her first tooth She is so excited that she can do nothing but lie awake in bed, waiting for the tooth fairy But when the tooth fairy finally appears, she is surprised to find that it is her very own mother When Elise goes to her mother to inquire, her mother explains that the tooth fairy takes on the form of someone the child loves in order not to frighten them The tooth fairy as always been a fantasy of young c This cleverly written tale is about a young girl, named Elise, who has just lost her first tooth She is so excited that she can do nothing but lie awake in bed, waiting for the tooth fairy But when the tooth fairy finally appears, she is surprised to find that it is her very own mother When Elise goes to her mother to inquire, her mother explains that the tooth fairy takes on the form of someone the child loves in order not to frighten th...

  2. Tessa Kusenberger says:

    Summary One day at school, Elise loses her tooth Elise decides, since no one has ever seen the Tooth Fairy, that she is going to stay up and wait for the her When it was time for bed, Elise placed the tooth under her pillow carefully, and pretended like she was sleeping After a while, Elise hears someone come into her room She opens one eye slightly and sees someone she knows, but are they the real Tooth Fairy Theme The theme of this book is faith versus doubt and coming of age.Rating 5 o Summary One day at school, Elise loses her...

  3. Emily says:

    Beautiful illustrations and wonderful story

  4. Ruth Covington says:

    Beautiful, gorgeous illustrations that have stayed in my mind for years The story is simple but sweet and magical.

  5. ConnieLettow says:

    Annabelle wanted to hear this story over and over back to back

  6. Katie says:

    I had to pick this book up just from the cover The artwork in this book is simply beautiful It s a soft realism without too much background to distract from the focus points.That said I was greatly disappointed in the turn the story took.We start out with a young girl, Elise, loosing her tooth and being told by her friends at school to put it under her pillow and wait for the Tooth Fairy She does this, but stays awake for a peak at the Tooth Fairy She is surprised to see her mother d...

  7. Julie says:

    age 5 I liked when she lost her tooth when Miss Kelly was reading.

  8. Megan says:

    This book was a great one Fantastic, awesomea great book

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