The Missing Tooth



The Missing ToothIllus In Full Color Best Friends Robby And Arlo Dress Alike And Do Most Of The Same Things However, Their Friendship Is In Jeopardy Over A Bet About Who Will Lose The Next Tooth Realistic, Humorous Illustrations Provide Ample Reading Clues On Every Page Should Encourage Emerging Readers To Flex Their Reading MusclesSchool Library Journal

Joanna Cole, who also wrote under the pseudonym B J Barnet, was an author of children s books who teaches science.She is most famous as the author of The Magic School Bus series of children s books Joanna Cole wrote over 250 books ranging from her first book Cockroach to her famous series Magic School Bus.Cole was born in Newark, New Jersey, and grew up in nearby East Orange She loved science as a child, and had a teacher she says was a little like Ms Frizzle She attended the University of Massachusetts and Indiana University before graduating from the City College of New York with a B.A in psychology After some graduate education courses, she spent a year as a librarian in a Brooklyn elementary school Cole subsequently became a letters correspondent at Newsweek, and then a senior editor for Doubleday Books for Young Readers.

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  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • The Missing Tooth
  • Joanna Cole
  • 17 September 2018
  • 0394892798

10 thoughts on “The Missing Tooth

  1. Alex says:

    I enjoyed this book because I liked the part when Robby and Arlo lost a tooth I also enjoyed this book because I did not like the part when Arlo had to give Robby ten cents because they had a bet of whose tooth would fall out first.

  2. Julian says:

    Great book for teaching kids about feelings and social behaviors Appropriate for grades 1 3 It s about friendship, loss, animosity and making amends There are not many books out there about boys and felings and I have a son that struggles with social issues due to ADHD this is a great addition to our book collection.

  3. Tupelo Cooper says:

    I read this in 2nd grade before school was over, but it is a 3rd grader book.

  4. Melanie Turner says:

    My kindergartener read this and did a great job She loved the book.

  5. Tommy Forbes says:

    its cool so cool reed it

  6. Cws says:

    JEAR1 Col

  7. Xiaohui Yang says:

    Level 2

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