Dad, Are You The Tooth Fairy?




      Dad, Are You The Tooth Fairy?
Is there really a tooth fairy World famous actor Jason Alexander Seinfeld, Pretty Woman, Shallow Hal weaves a fresh, funny, and magical tale about this age old question.When Gaby overhears some older kids on the playground saying that the tooth fairy is just make believe, he goes straight to his father to find out the truth The enchanting tale his dad tells him of a time long ago when mysterious and magical creatures lived on the earth will delight and entertain children and adults alike.For any child who has ever wondered about the existence of the tooth fairy, this original and reassuring story will satisfy their curiosity and give them the power to believe magical things can happen Free Download [ Dad, Are You The Tooth Fairy? ] By [ Jason Alexander ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Dad, Are You The Tooth Fairy?
  • Jason Alexander
  • English
  • 19 April 2019
  • 0439667453

10 thoughts on “ Dad, Are You The Tooth Fairy?

  1. Tammy says:

    DO NOT READ THIS BOOK to young children unless you want all the magic extinguished from their life The author s story describes that all the magical creatures have left the earth never to return and that parents take the teeth and write notes that fairy voices whisper to them Our tooth fairy only leaves notes in extreme cases my middle child swallowed a tooth and was afrai...

  2. Cassandra Gelvin says:

    I ll trade you my tooth envelope for your Elf on the Shelf.No, no, no, no No No This is like Elf on the Shelf bad without the commercialization Actually, no, there is commercialization if you read the author s note at the end.So this little boy, Gabi, has a loose tooth Whenever he loses a tooth, he puts it in a special envelope from his parents under his pillow envelopes which you can buy from the website at the end of the book and the next morning he gets a letter from Gwyneth, who is I ll trade you my tooth envelope for your Elf on the Shelf.No, no, no, no No No This is like Elf on the Shelf bad without the commercialization Actually, no, there is commercialization if you read the author s note at the end.So this little boy, Gabi, has a loose tooth Whenever he loses a tooth, he puts it in a special envelope from his parents under his pillow envelopes which you can buy from the website at the end of the book and the next morning he gets a letter from Gwyneth, who is his personal tooth fairy and always says things like, You re a amazing person I love your teeth They re great And leaves him a silver dollar and a penny He even keeps the notes, so it s a meaningful ritual to him As he gets older, he overhears kids talking about how fairy tales aren t real, like Goldilocks and Rumpelstiltskin jeez, I hope my children ...

  3. Paul says:

    The cool thing about this book and the author explains it at the end is that he is honest in answering the child s question, but he s not brutally honest In other words, he doesn t hinder the child s abil...

  4. Marlee says:

    This came through the used bookstore where I work Seinfeld is my happy place so yada yada yada I had to take a look The illustrations are lovely, the story simple and pleasant A fun book from a fun author.

  5. Tony Pope says:

    Read this book because I had heard a parent at a school and expressed concern over it I read it and only concern I could possibly would see would be how the father dealt with the little boy in the story questioning the existence of the tooth fair and other childhood creatures of make believe.

  6. Holliferous says:

    Unique and an argument that actually holds up and opens kids minds up to the modern fairy tales I love it and plan to do much the same for my son when he starts to lose teeth

  7. Hααℓєу♡ Ƒιѕнєя says:

    This book was not what I expected However, I was happily surprised The explanation that, Yes, Dad is the tooth fairy takes a different story than any I ve heard before.

  8. Anthony says:

    Based on an actual conversation between the author and his son leads to this tale of magical kingdoms and possibilities to come.

  9. Albert says:

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  10. Hannah Delaughter says:

    This children s book is about a little boy named Gaby who is curious about whether his dad is the tooth fairy or not When Gaby asks his dad for the truth about tooth fairy s his dad goes on to tell him that one day all the magical creatures of this world had to disappear, but the tooth fairy left behind one last thought for a child The tooth fairy tells the parents what to do with the tooth and tell them what to give each child for his her tooth, yet the parents will not know that they are This children s book is about a little boy named Gaby who is curious about whether his dad is the tooth fairy or not When Gaby asks his dad for the truth about tooth fairy s his dad goes on to tell hi...

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