April Underhill Tooth Fairy Read Í 8

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Two young tooth fairies make their first lost tooth collection in Bob Graham's warm whimsical taleA Junior Library Guild Selection April Underhill seven year old tooth fairy gets a call on her cell phone This is it Her first tooth collection Apr. This is such a cute warm and humorous story Yes it's about tooth fairies and it's a fantasy but than that it centers around something that is dear to many children and that is being old enough to do something Important; especially something that the parents do and that the children admire In the case of April and Esme their parents finally entrust them with their very first tooth fairy mission and they are delighted and honored I love the details in the illustrations; the hippie dad with his pony tale little ducky tattoo the mom in the bathtub chatting with the kids it all just feels so natural and cozy to spend a little time with this family that seems so very real and like that nice family you'd love to have next door despite the shortness story and well the fact they are tooth fairies ; And don't forget the sweet sweet little dog with its fairy wings Loved himThe only thing that seemed a little off about the story was the very end featuring the little story about the rabbit; it just didn't seem to fit with the rest of the story and seemed tacked on as of a statement one that seemed to come across well enough in the main story anyway but I didn't really mind The whole thing is just a very heartwarming read overall

Review April Underhill Tooth Fairy

April Underhill Tooth FairyIl and her little sister Esme must convince Mom and Dad to let them take on the task all by themselves But soon two tiny fairies fly off into the night over a highway of thundering eighteen wheelers eager to prove how grown up they can be As alw. April and Esme are a 6 and 7 years old and have been reuested for their first assignment to gather a tooth How very exciting if their parents agree to let them take the jobI love the idea of glimpsing a tooth fairy's normal life And I liked how the story was as much about being tooth fairies as it was about parents' coming to terms with their children growing upSo for me personally this book was of a three star but I can see the appeal so I'm giving it fourI just found the style was sometimes classic and charming and sometimes hip and modern and never really settled Ditto on the illustrationsStill all in all it's pretty cute

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April Underhill Tooth Fairy Read Í 8 ß Two young tooth fairies make their first lost tooth collection in Bob Graham's warm whimsical taleA Junior Library Guild Selection April Underhill seven year old tooth fairy gets a call on her cell phone This is it Her first tooth collection April and her little sister Esme must convince Mom and Dad to letAys the charm is in the visual details the pony tailed winged dad in baggy jeans; the snug fairy house with teeth dangling from the rafters like wind chimes Once again Bob Graham has crafted a tale of heartwarming adventure magical yet very real. What a delightfully surprising story April and Esme are kids with cell phones and ambition; normal you'd think except their parents are tooth fairies When April gets a call for a tooth pick up her parents are reluctant to let their little girls on their first assignment But finally they agree and April and Esme venture out and prove themselves old enough for the jobBob Graham is so talented in providing perfectly normal yet unconventional adult figures in the children's literature world With April Esme and thier parents John and Fay Underhill he goes further through his depiction of rather human like fairies only different in their wings size and interest in children's teeth The book balances modern day conventions with the occasional fairy tale language of old a contrast that mirrors the generational transition of the story as the parents allow their children to grow up Marvelous