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By Cruise, Robin; Chodos-Irvine, Margaret
A warm and lyrical celebration of a parent's love for a child, illustrated by a Caldecott Honoree and featuring cute and cuddly images of a diverse trio of parents and theirchildren.
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By Cruise, Robin
Who is the Tooth Fairy? Where does she come from? And why does she like to collect teeth? There are many legends and stories that have been told including quite a few made up on the spot by clever moms and dads, but it can be tricky for parents who want to offer a real answer to ...their children's boundless questions.
From top to bottom, this beautiful gift was designed to give parents and children alike the answers to these mysterious questions. And to help soothe any fears that little ones may have about losing their teeth.
The kit includes an illustrated children's book telling the story of how the Tooth Fairy came to be, a keepsake journal for recording the story of each lost tooth, and a star plush especially made for holding teeth and treasures.Read more
By Cruise, Robin; Illustrated by Docampo, Valeria
Little Lunette has many talentssewing, collecting shiny things, and making friends. But she can't quite see how these things will help her become something truly special. Then, one day, she meets a human boy who's quite scared to lose his first tooth. Through their friendship and... a little fairy magic, of course, Lunette discovers her unique talent and changes the world forever.Read more
In this humorous, heartbreaking--and hopeful--novel, a young girl struggles to come to terms with her parents' divorce. Funny, poignant, and above all, honest, Fiona's journal entries reveal a roller coaster of emotions as she tries to cope in a world that's been turned upside do...wn. This story is sure to strike a chord with anyone--young or old--who has experienced the comfort and turmoil of family life.Read more
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