There’s no way the Tooth Fairy is real. It just doesn’t make sense,” states Ellie. So, she sets out to prove this to be the case, armed with a tiny tooth and a thirst for the truth. Convinced that the grown-ups are the ones replacing the teeth with money, she hides her tooth and tells nobody-except her best friend and her eavesdropping mommy. Later that night, Ellie is awoken with a start. There stands a fairy, and Ellie can’t believe her eyes. They fly to fairy land, across toothpaste rivers and through hallways of framed teeth, even stopping by a Peppermint Tree and toothbrushes made of solid gold. When Ellie awakes, there is indeed a coin in her tooth’s place, and a surprise at the door, but had it all been a dream? Or something more?
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Featuring a whimsical story and simple, colorful illustrations by author/illustrator Jules Miller, Ellie and the Truth about the Tooth Fairy encourages children to believe while also promoting good oral hygiene.
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