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Oh how I wish I’d seen a tooth fairy on my pillow when I was young. This is a wonderfully believable tooth fairy story that young children will adore.
There’s trouble in fairyland so join in all the action to find out whether the good tooth fairies or the selfish sprite win the day.
Lucy can't believe her eyes when she wakes in the night to find Goldie and Bonnie - two tooth fairies - on her pillow. The fairies tell Lucy that their job is to collect children's teeth, replace them with fake ones - and make a potion that creates golden Goodness. But there is trouble in fairyland.
|Publication date:||5th May 2006|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 2|
Gwyneth Rees is half Welsh and half English and grew up in Scotland. She studied medicine and qualified as a doctor, working as a child and adolescent psychiatrist before she became a full-time writer. Her bestselling books include the Fairy Dust series, Cosmo and the Magic Sneeze and The Mum Hunt, winner of the Red House Award. She lives near London with her husband, two young daughters and one noisy cat. Photo credit GwynethRees_BenTurner_vCMore About Gwyneth Rees