In my book Gently did the Tooth Fairy Creep, you’ll get to learn about which teeth grow first and then which ones fall out before the others. You’ll have a set of baby teeth at first, which will all come out as you grow and then be replaced by your big teeth; your adult ones that you’ll have for life.
Here are some fun facts about the Tooth Fairy. Remember, there are a few of them so they can differ in how they look. But, generally, this is their story.
* The Tooth Fairy is a fantasy character presented to children mostly living in Western and Western-influenced cultures. The tradition of leaving a tooth under your pillow for the Tooth Fairy to find is practiced in quite a few countries in the English-speaking world.
* Tooth Fairies don’t all look the same. Some look like Tinkerbell while others are more rounded, heavier, and wear pants!
* Some countries believe that Tooth Fairies are boys, while others believe they are mice or dragons.
Overall, the chances of ever seeing a Tooth Fairy in real-life are very slim. They don’t really want to be seen, because some children would try to catch them like insects… that would not be too nice for the fairies. Have you ever seen one, or think you’ve seen one? Tell me in the comments – I’d really love to hear your story!
Gently did the Tooth Fairy Creep.