Reading/Interest Level: Preschool, Primary
Author: Martha Brockenbrough
Illustrator: Israel Sanchez
Publisher: Arthur A. Levine Books
It has been a long time since the Dinosaur Tooth Fairy had found a dinosaur tooth. But when she sees a girl lose her tooth, she is excited to collect another tooth. The Dinosaur Tooth Fairy has to chase down the girl, who leads her to her house. She then has to find the girl's bedroom and get the tooth to take. But when she finally gets there, there is someone else who wants the tooth, so you will see who ends up the getting the tooth that is so desired!
This book is a good read for younger children who are losing their teeth and love having a "tooth fairy" come get the tooth at night. However, the book lacks some character development for the human tooth fairy, which can make it confusing for some until the end of the book. It has a good plot and the story is cute. The illustrations help the story along as well and are wonderful. This is a good, clean read for children and has no sensitive material.