For grownups and kids alike, this rhyming tale takes the reader through 6-year-old Amanda's concerns about what will happen when she loses her first tooth. It's a perfect bedtime story or a read-aloud at school. Fun, funny, and filled with insights from a wise child's point of view.
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Dan Page is an award-winning writer who lives in Harvard, Massachusetts. When he isn't writing books, songs, and poems, he enjoys hanging out and playing with his grandchildren -- all of whom have or will one day lose their first tooth.Review:
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this story to my daughter. The whole time I was reading she was checking her own lost tooth and comparing her experience to that of the little girl in the book. At the end she said, That was really funny. --Beverly, mother of five
In the tradition of the children s poet Shel Silverstein, I ve Lost My First Tooth captures what goes on in a child s head (no pun intended) during this coming of age milestone. I would recommend this book to child and parent alike for a quick and fun description of this important developmental period. --Dr. Stanley Alexander, DMD
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Book Description PageOne Press, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. first edition. 40 pages. 7.00x6.70x0.40 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 098185060X
Book Description PageOne Press, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11098185060X