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How to Trick the Tooth Fairy + a Fun Giveaway

I am so excited to share How to Trick the Tooth Fairy, the latest book by Erin Danielle Russell, co-author of the bestselling Dork Diaries. How to Trick the Tooth Fairy was released by Simon and Schuster Children’s Books last month and is a cute read for little ones ages 4-9.

How to Trick the Tooth Fairy is a witty and engaging picture book about a prankster who wants to pull off the best prank of all—pranking the Tooth Fairy!

Kaylee loves pulling pranks: from dropping water balloons on passers by to even tricking Santa Claus, she’s a prize-winning prankster!

But is she the Princess of Pranks? No! That title is held by none other than the Tooth Fairy. But when Kaylee loses a tooth and the Tooth Fairy goes about her usual tooth-taking business, Kaylee pranks her with a fake frog. As Kaylee and the Tooth Fairy try to out-prank one another, things get way out of hand, until the two finally see eye and eye and decide to share the crown!

About the Author: Erin Danielle Russell has been writing stories since she learned how to spell. When she grew up, she became coauthor of the New York Times bestselling Dork Diaries series with her mom, Rachel Renee Russell. 
She currently lives in Virginia with her husband, Jacob, and her spunky teddy bear, Stanley. When Erin’s not writing or daydreaming, she likes to cook, travel, play video games, and watch cartoons.

We LOVED the book and we are so excited to share this treasure with you. The colorful illustrations coupled with the antics of little Miss Kaylee are absolutely adorable. 

Kaylee is a little spark of spunk readers will enjoy!  The author does a wonderful job of bringing life to this character!  The book would make a great read for kids ages 4 - 9 and a perfect addition to your child's library.

One lucky Three Boys and an Old Lady reader will receive a prize pack. The prize pack contains copy of How To Trick the Tooth Fairy, as well as a Tooth Fairy Pillow Kit with Keepsake Notepad and Magic Glitter!  
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How to Trick the Tooth Fairy + a Fun Giveaway



Comments

Debbie E said…
The Llama Llama books are a favorite right now!
Masshole Mommy said…
This sounds like such a cute book for kids. My niece is really close to losing her first tooth, so I am totally getting this for her.
Alli Smith said…
What a cute book! My grandkids would love reading this. One of them recently lost a tooth and he was so excited for the tooth fairy to come.
Our oldest grandchild is just starting to loose his teeth. This would be a great book to buy and read with him. Better yet let him read it to me.
Terri Steffes said…
Aw! I love this sound of this book. Kids will adore it, too. When I was a principal, I used to read to my kids as much as I could. They always loved a mischievous character.
I needed this book last month because every time I turned around my son was losing a tooth. I think he ended up with 5 coming out. I ended up telling him if he kept losing teeth he was going to need False Teeth, and he didn't like hearing that.
Jeannette said…
This is SUCH a cute book! I think I need to get this for my nephew! He is at the perfect age for this book and I know he loves to read.
aperry said…
My son loves Robo-sauce and Mo Willems books.
Misty said…
Our Samantha loves any books that have a princess in them. (jozywails@gmail.com)
This sounds like an adorable book! I bet my kids would love it.
Janet Coon said…
Sounds like a darling book for kids. Will have to share with my BFF who has grandkids that are always losing teeth.
Melissa Chapman said…
I wish my kids were young again to read stories like this. I do have a lot of nieces and nephews that would really enjoy this story.
Karen Morse said…
Sounds like a fun book to read for the kids! It's so engaging and entertaining. I like that tooth pillow as well!
I think it's important to encourage children to enjoy reading. I remember hearing about the Tooth Fairy years ago when I was a child.
Lisa said…
What a cute idea for a book. My little ones are well past the tooth fairy stage but I love this idea.
Anitha Kuppuswamy said…
Pete the cat!!
Tasheena Womack said…
Thanks for hosting this great giveaway. This looks like a wonderful read for the kiddos.
Laurie Erickson said…
This looks like such a fun book to read to my grandchildren! Such a cute story idea!
lildevilgirl22 said…
My son likes brow bear brown bear
Angela Ricardo said…
Such a cute and brilliant idea! My little one is only 7 months old but I can’t wait to do this for him someday. Best of luck to everyone who joins this awesome contest.
Chubskulit Rose said…
My kids would have love this book when they were younger. Funny, we were digging into some old baby stuff last week and found all the teeth that the "toot fairy" have collected, the secret has been revealed lol.
fARRAH lESS said…
What a cute book the title is so catchy. I bet we all kinda relate too. It brings me back to memory lane I used to love bed time stories about tooth fairy.
Joanna Brittain said…
What an adorable book! My daughter is almost 13, but I think she would still like this cute fairy tale!
Kathy Cox said…
I love to read to my Grandkids this looks so good
Kid's books are so much fun!! My niece would absolutely love a book like this. This is when the love for books start. When kids fall in love with books at this age it really opens the world for them. It also increase their curiosity and willingness to explore.
Jeremy said…
My little cousin loves any book with Batman in it.
Laura DeAngelis said…
Aw that’s cute! My kids haven’t lost any teeth yet but I know it’s coming soon. This sounds like it would be a great book!
Nancy said…
She loves so many books. One of her current favorites is a book of Mother Goose Rhymes.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
Angela Saver said…
One of our favorite books is The Hungry Caterpillar! Great book!
Renee Rousseau said…
We love Where The Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein. Fun poems and awesome illustrations!
Cassandra D. said…
All of the Dr. Seuss books.
Denise Morse said…
We love the Llama Llama series

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