Litercurious Book Review
|Title||The Tooth Queen|
|Author||Neil A. Ewart|
|Publisher||Olympia Publishers (26 Mar. 2020)|
|ISBN 10/13||1788304055 / 978-1788304054|
Find out about Neil A. Ewart on his publishers web-site here.
WHO IS THE TARGET AUDIENCE?
The Tooth Queen is written for children 5-7 years old.
The Tooth Queen is a very short children’s story. It relates the trials and tribulations of the Tooth Fairy and her work for the “evil tooth queen.”
It explains in a magical way, why it’s important not to have tooth decay.
This book is very well scripted and flows nicely. It is written in a rhyming prose, and the illustrations are both colorful and vibrant. Neil uses his story telling not merely to entertain but to educate. In this case he is advocating proper tooth care in a way that young children will easily understand.
I especially liked the picture puzzle. I had to go back through the book to find all of the pictures, which was very entertaining. Children will absolutely love this book.
I would like to thank Neil A. Ewart and Olympia Publishers for affording me the opportunity to review The Tooth Queen.
LITERCURIOUS CHILD FRIENDLY JOKE
Q. What does the Tooth Fairy use to fix a broken wand?
A. Why tooth paste, of course.