How to Trick the Tooth Fairy

How to Trick the Tooth Fairy by Erin Danielle Russell and illustrated by Jennifer Hansen Rolli is a perfect bedtime story for children who are waiting for the tooth fairy to come!

Kaylee loves to pull pranks on everyone, even the tooth fairy. Her favorite holiday is April Fools Day and she has a twinkle of mischief in her eyes. Kaylee was the queen of pranks until she met her match, who is the Tooth Fairy. The Tooth Fairy is a ruling prank princess, has a smirky smile and has more tricks in her bag than teeth!

Who will win the pranking war? Kaylee or the Tooth Fairy? You have to read and find out!

This book is perfect for young children who are starting to lose their teeth. Children are fascinated by the tooth fairy and this will only make a child’s imagination soar with the idea of the tooth fairy. Ask your child, “What do you think the tooth fairy is like?” Do you think she is silly, mischievous, or shy? What do you think she looks like? The story is silly and humorous, which adds to a child’s engagement in the story. This book is also perfect to read around April Fools Day but be careful that your child doesn’t pull a prank on you! Throughout the story, there are some complex vocabulary words that can defined during the read aloud. For more tips on reading aloud to your child, check out my tips below!

 

Read Aloud Strategies: As you are reading this book, define key words such as mischief and prank. Define certain expression such as “her mouth was on fire”.  Describe  the characters emotions and use the think aloud strategy as you read. For example, say, “I think Kaylee is upset when the Tooth Fairy played a trick on her”. To read more about the think aloud strategy, click here.

Do you want to learn more about this book? See the trailer below!

How to Trick the Tooth Fairy

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