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The Tooth Fairy Wars af Kate Coombs

The Tooth Fairy Wars (udgave 2015)

af Kate Coombs (Forfatter), Jake Parker (Illustrator)

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A determined young boy and a no-nonsense Tooth Fairy tussle over who gets to keep his baby teeth.
Titel:The Tooth Fairy Wars
Forfattere:Kate Coombs (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Jake Parker (Illustrator)
Info:Scholastic (2015)
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
Nøgleord:Lexile 700 - 800 Bin

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The Tooth Fairy Wars af Kate Coombs


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I feel like this book got really choppy and weird at the end. Maybe I just didn't get it?

I think they were going for the boy to outsmart the tooth fairy, but it seemed to me like he was just being a brat and they gave in to his demands. ( )
  aurorapaigem | Dec 2, 2017 |
Nathan wants to keep his teeth that he keeps loosing but the tooth fairy won't let that happen. so Nathan continues to hide them and the tooth fairy sends her helpers to get the teeth but nathan out smarts them. finally the delegation office comes and gives Nathan all his teeth back and he kept them forever.
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  TUCC | Oct 24, 2016 |
I really enjoyed reading The Tooth Fairy Wars by Kate Coombs. First, I thought that the story itself was unique and cute especially for young children. It was unique because usually when a child loses their teeth they want the tooth fairy to take it and exchange the tooth for money. Second, I enjoyed the variety of characters in the book (ex. Nathan (the young boy who lost his tooth), the tooth fairy, Danny (Nathan’s friend), the 15th league of enchanted commerce, and the tooth fairy experts. Third, the plot had some suspense (Nathan had to go through many obstacles to hide his tooth from the tooth fairy. In The Tooth Fairy Wars, the author does a great job using a real life experience and adding in a plot twist. In the end, Nathan was able to keep all of his baby teeth rather than exchanging them for money. The big idea of the book is that when a child loses their teeth the tooth fairy is expected to visit, take the tooth, and leave behind money. In this particular picture book, Nathan wanted to keep his teeth instead. ( )
  CheyenneSnider | Sep 20, 2016 |
C- A cute book but the ending is abrupt and odd with him getting some sort of award for outsmarting them?
  burtmiller | Jun 6, 2015 |
My audience for picture books has gotten younger and younger; very few kids over five check out picture books (or, more to the point, their parents don't allow them to do so. I have become inured to hearing "those are the baby books"). However, a truly funny picture book will really go the mileage - I can talk them up on school visits and will get six year olds and older kids slipping up to my desk and asking (often with some embarrassment) "Do you have that book you showed us at school?" Some of the titles that have really worked for this are Perry's The Book That Eats People, Reynolds' Carnivores, Morris' This is a Moose and Heos' Mustache Baby. So I am very pleased to find another book I can add to my super funny category that will grab older kids.

When Nathan loses his first tooth, his mom tells him to put it under his pillow and the tooth fairy will leave him a dollar. Nathan, however, prefers to keep his teeth. The tooth fairy has other ideas. She finds the tooth in the drawer, in the fort, in the garage....acting on his mother's advice, Nathan tries corresponding with the tooth fairy but ends up getting a series of increasingly unhelpful and annoyingly official letters - and she still finds all his teeth! So Nathan decides to set one final trap and wins....or does he?

The colored pencil and digital illustrations have a soft, warm glow of color. They show an adorably gap-toothed and determined small boy, his best friend with dark skin and curly hair, and an array of charming and menacing fairy tale creatures. The little details, like the tooth patches on the fairy tale creatures' uniforms and the tooth fairy's fancy devices really make the story come alive and increase the humor.

Verdict: For all the kids who love hilarious stories about kids beating a grown-up at their own game and who enjoy popular fractured fairy tales, this is the perfect book. It's not so steeped in fairy tale context that kids will miss out on the story, but includes enough little insider jokes that kids will feel in on the joke. It's also genuinely funny, nicely illustrated, and overall a delightful books. Highly recommended, especially for use with school visits.

ISBN: 9781416979159; Published 2014 by Atheneum; Purchased for the library
  JeanLittleLibrary | Aug 17, 2014 |
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