Friday, August 22, 2014

Happy National Tooth Fairy Day!

As children's writers, this may be the closest we get to having a day dedicated to us. Or childhood. Or imagination. 

Just reading the post title makes me smile and realize that no matter how many times a topic has been covered, it can be imagined in a new way. 

How have you pictured the tooth fairy in your imagination? Here are just a few books on the subject. All wonderful in different ways.
  • The Night before the Tooth Fairy by Natasha Wing
  • Silverlicious by Victoria Kann
  • The Tooth Fairy Trap by Rachelle Burk
  • Caraboose, The Tooth Fairy Moose by Janelle Cox
  • Junie B. - Toothless Wonder by Barbara Parks
  • Bear's Loose Tooth by Karma Wilson
  • The Tooth Fairy by Peter Collington
  • Mary the Tooth Fairy by Nick Bell
  • Tooth Fairy's First Night by Anne Bowen
  • April Underhill, Tooth Fairy by Bob Graham 
  • The Tooth Book by Theo LeSieg
  • You Think It's Easy Being the Tooth Fairy? by Sheri Bell-Rehwoldt
  • Emma and the Tooth Fairy by Alexander Zavlavsky
  • Dear Tooth Fairy by Alan Durant
  • Throw Your Tooth on the Roof: Tooth Traditions from Around the World by Selby Beeler
Power up your imagination. Today is your day too. Happy Children's Authors Day! Happy National Tooth Fairy Day!  -Q


1 comment:

  1. Children's writers sure have a good imagination, don't they? We have too. As you've shown with your long list of books just about the tooth fairy, a topic can be written about many different ways. I have a collection of books that I call my idea books. They help give me ideas for my articles and stories that I write.