Franklin and the Tooth Fairy (Franklin the Turtle) by Paulette Bourgeois

Cover of: Franklin and the Tooth Fairy (Franklin the Turtle) | Paulette Bourgeois

Published by Scholastic Inc. in New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Tooth Fairy -- Fiction,
  • Teeth -- Fiction,
  • Turtles -- Fiction,
  • Animals -- Fiction

Edition Notes

Book details

StatementPaulette Bourgeois ; Brenda Clark.
ContributionsClark, Brenda, ill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.B6654 Fe 1996
The Physical Object
Pagination[30] p. :
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL557111M
ISBN 100590254693
LC Control Number96139877
OCLC/WorldCa34062233

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There were some different and creative tooth fairies in this book I only got the money tooth fairy but apparently for some of Franklin's received gifts or money. So I guess you never know what tooth fairy your going to get as a child but good to know the tooth fairy has expanded her realms of gifts/5(19).

In the book Franklin and the Tooth Fairy Franklin sees that bear keeps his tooth after losing it and is very confused. Franklin does not have any teeth, so his friends have to explain the tooth fairy to him, and tell him about how she leaves presents because you are growing up/5.

The author of the book Franklin And The Tooth Fairy are Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark. The protagonist was Franklin and the antagonist was no one.

The thing that I like most was the Tooth Fairy because she was very gorgeous. My favorite Tooth Fairy was the fox because of the blue fancy dress. There was nothing I didn't like in the book/5(5).

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Even if you have a colour printer, I prefer the black and white version which the kids can colour in themselves. When Bear loses a tooth, Franklin learns all about the tooth fairy. Since turtles don't have teeth, he tries to fool the fairy by leaving a pebble under his pillow. That doesn't work, but Franklin is pleasantly surprised when his parents give him a special "growing up" present.

Text copyright Lectorum Publications, : Bourgeois, Paulette. On the bus Franklin asked what happens after you lose a tooth. After they got out of the bus Fox told Franklin about the tooth fairy. Bear told the teacher he lost a tooth. The teacher said he was growing up. Franklin went home and wrote a note to the tooth fairy and gave her a false tooth.

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In "Franklin and the Tooth Fairy", when Bear shows Franklin what he received from the tooth fairy, Franklin was upset that since turtles don't have teeth, he'll never receive a visit and a gift from the tooth fairy.

In "Franklin Takes the Blame", Mr. Mole asks Franklin to take care of his flower garden while he goes on vacation. However, Franklin gets sidetracked and kept forgetting to water. He wants the tooth airy to come leave him a treat too. Poor Franklin, he is growing up too and wants to be like his friends.

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