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Trevor's wiggly-wobbly tooth —Laminack, Lester L., 1956-

Although he is happy about having a loose tooth, Trevor worries when his classmates tell him some of the ways others might try to pull out the tooth.

Nice try, Tooth Fairy —Olson, Mary W.

Hoping to get back her lost tooth, Emma writes a series of letters to the Tooth Fairy, but when the wrong teeth keep getting returned the mistakes create complications.

The missing tooth —Cole, Joanna.

Best friends Arlo and Robby are almost identical in what they wear, what they like, and even where they have teeth missing, but when Robby insists on betting on who is going to lose the next tooth their friendship is end...

Ooey gooey —Farber, Erica.

When Captain Short Bob, the pirate king, cooks up a dish of bubble gum and tuna fish, he loses his gold tooth to a sea beast.

Freckleface Strawberry : loose tooth! —Moore, Julianne.

Freckleface Strawberry wants very much for her first loose tooth to come out while she is at school.

Letters from my Tooth Fairy —Hecker, Brooke, author.

"Over the course of five years, a little girl and her tooth fairy exchange letters, asking and answering questions about some of childhood's most important moments, including bad school pictures and best-friend troubles....

The Pinkalicious picture book audio collection —Kann, Victoria.
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Pinkalicious: A little girl who is obsessed with the color pink eats so many pink cupcakes that she herself turns pink.

Mrs. Watson wants your teeth —McGhee, Alison, 1960-

A first grader is frightened on her first day of school after hearing a rumor that her teacher is a 300-year-old alien with a purple tongue who steals baby teeth from her students.

The tooth fairy —Collington, Peter.

A resourceful tooth fairy goes to great lengths when a little girl loses a tooth.

Book-o-teeth : a wearable book —Lemke, Donald B., author.

Become a vampire, shark, or perhaps a zombie with six wearable teeth masks in this interactive board book with die cut holes and rhyming text.

My loose tooth —Krensky, Stephen.

A young child describes in rhyme what it's like to have a loose tooth.

The crocodile and the dentist —Gomi, Tarō.

A crocodile and a dentist have an encounter in which each is afraid of the other.

Louise Trapeze will not lose a tooth —Ostow, Micol, author.

A young circus performer has a habit of losing things but she is determined to keep her very loose tooth.

Rotten teeth —Simms, Laura.

When Melissa takes a big glass bottle of authentic pulled teeth from her father's dental office for a show-and-tell presentation, she becomes a first-grade celebrity.

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