- I like it! Review by Ali
Review of the Tooth Fairy's Mistake - By Allison Wierman, 7 yrs. old, 2nd grade
In this book a little girl named Molly was able to fly up into the air with the tooth fairy. Molly was able to see lots of teeth, have adventures with fairies, and she even saw a special place all filled with children's teeth. I liked the story because it was all about teeth, fairies, and a young girl named Molly. I think that fairies are real! (Posted on 6/01/13)
- 5 out of 5! Review by Hayden
.......Review of the Tooth Fairy's Mistake - By Hayden Wierman, 9 yrs. old, 4th grade
The book, "The Tooth Fairy's Mistake," was written by Linda Dawley. It is a fairy tale book. This book takes place in Molly's bedroom in her parent's house and in Fairyland. I rate this book a 5 out of 5. It's a great book to check out of the library because you never know what will happen next throughout the story. I like how the title pulls you into reading the book. My favorite part of this book is when Molly and the Fairies Sara and Annabelle, talk with the gnome. The theme or lesson of this book is, "You learn from your mistakes." There are many interesting surprises when Annabelle takes a human to Fairyland. (Posted on 6/01/13)
- Charming with unexpected twists and turns Review by JMcVeagh
Linda Dawley’s Tooth Fairy Annabelle is overworked and tired; all she has to look forward to is “teeth, teeth and more teeth”.
Something has to happen and something does. Being caught by Molly, the daughter of rationalist parents who have raised her to believe only in Scientific Truths, is the catalyst for Annabelle to embark on a journey of self-discovery.
Molly is one of those persistent, precocious children who just ask to be put in their place, but despite her faults she is willing to help. It’s an odd combination of characters, one of the charms of this little book, that generates some unexpected twists and turns to the story.
The rather bureaucratic nature of this Fairyland provides nice humour, with the paper-shuffling Presiding Elf worthy of Kafka himself, the eccentric Gnome of the Forest and the word-play that arises from these encounters.
The Tooth Fairy’s Mistake is a modern fairy tale that will appeal to small girls who like fairy stories with a difference. Parents will enjoy the underlying satire.
Janine McVeagh, MEd, Children's Lit., teacher, assessor, children's writer (Posted on 26/09/12)
- Delightful, entertaining, fun! Review by Mags
Truly entertaining, delightfully written and illustrated. Congratulations, Linda!!
Now I also want the inside scoop on Santa, the Easter Bunny, ...
Looking forward to your next book. (Posted on 2/09/12)
- Delightfully written and illustrated with plenty of "tooth fairy adventures!" This book will be read and enjoyed by children of all ages... adults, too!...because we all want to know more about the mysterious tooth fairy and what exactly does that tooth f Review by Kathy K.
Delightfully written and illustrated with plenty of "tooth fairy adventures!" This book will be read and enjoyed by children of all ages... adults, too!...because we all want to know more about the mysterious tooth fairy and what exactly does that tooth fairy do with all of those teeth that we give her? I laughed and giggled while reading the story as I remembered my days of losing teeth...many moons ago.
Thanks for writing this lovely book, Linda Dawley. My grandkids and young students are going to love this book!
(Posted on 4/08/12)
- Thumbs Up Review by Judy S
- I could hear the voices of the characters, heard every tone and saw every expression. This is more than a story, it was an experience. I became part of the book. My grandchildren will love it. Judy S (Posted on 28/07/12)
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