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by Lucy Bate

eBook Little Rabbit's Loose Tooth download ISBN: 0590410822
Author: Lucy Bate
Publisher: Scholastic; 1st edition (1980)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1412 kb
Fb2: 1987 kb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: lrf doc lit lrf
Category: Other

What should Little Rabbit do with her loose tooth when it comes out in a dish of chocolate ice cream? .

Delightfully familiar family dialogue surrounds the momentous loss of a first tooth by a rabbit girl. Large-scale three-color drawings depict the same warm.

Little Rabbit's Loose Tooth book.

Lucy Bate was a children’s book writer and accomplished playwright. Diane deGroat is the illustrator of more than 120 books, including those she has written for her own series. Little Rabbit’s Loose Tooth was the very first book she illustrated, an. ore about Lucy Bate. Category: Children’s Picture Books. People Who Read Little Rabbit’s Loose Tooth Also Read. Inspired by Your Browsing History.

Little Rabbit's Loose Tooth. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 15 years ago. This was such a joy to find! When my child lost the first tooth I looked every where for this book but couldn't find it. Within the past two weeks I found it here

Little Rabbit's Loose Tooth. Within the past two weeks I found it here. Once the book arrived I read it to my child & my husband. com User, 16 years ag. .

Little Rabbit's Loose Tooth by Lucy Bate. Vintage Scholastic "Little Rabbit's Loose Tooth" Book and Cassette Tape 1975.

When Little Rabbit's loose tooth finally comes out, she isn't convinced that the tooth fairy will really come.

Reluctance to part with that first loose tooth is the problem of Little Rabbit, who jokes about the ""window"" in her mouth but thinks she'll keep the tooth instead of leaving it for the fairy

Reluctance to part with that first loose tooth is the problem of Little Rabbit, who jokes about the ""window"" in her mouth but thinks she'll keep the tooth instead of leaving it for the fairy. After trying in vain to think of some use for it though, Little Rabbit relents, becomes more interested in the dime that will replace it, and, at bedtime, speculates about what use the fairy might make of her collection

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Back cover text:Little Rabbit's loose tooth has come out. What should she do with it? Wear it for a necklace? Draw stars around it and hang it on the wall? What will you do when YOUR loose tooth comes out?
Comments: (7)
I bought this book for my daughter when she lost her first tooth, 20 some years ago. She loved it so much that I have bought one every time one of my grandchildren have lost their first tooth as well. It's a fave in my family. Never has one of the children questioned the T.F. after reading this, I think some people just put too much worry and thought into some things. It's a cute, fun little book celebrating an important first in a child's life. Period.
This long-time favorite story of our family was a delight to read again. Our old copy suffered from age and mildewy smell. I can't believe I found it again. It was perfect for our sons when they were growing up and losing teeth. And now we're reading it to our grandchildren! How fun!
A classic, this book has been around for decades. It's cute, has great pictures, repeating text (good for young kids,) and is delightful for someone who's about to lose a tooth. Fun to read.
I remembered reading this book when I was younger and now my students love it as much as I did. It is a great read for when a kid loses a tooth. There is a great YouTube video of someone reading this book aloud as well.
Steamy Ibis
One of my favorite little books for my Grandkids. I have read this book to my first grandchildren years ago and they lost the book. I was happy to find it on Amazon and am reading it again to the little ones now. They love it too.
Darling story. Read when granddaughter lost her first tooth. Like the graphics.
I had this book when I was a child and I remember really enjoying it. So when I saw this book cover with the little bunny's tooth in the chocolate pudding, I just had to get it for my daughter. She really enjoyed it in first grade. She's in second grade now and still likes it, but getting a little less interested. Then again, she hasn't lost a tooth in a while. I am sure once another one gets loose that this book will be making frequent appearances at bedtime again like it did last year.
I loved this book as a kid and bought this to share with the kids I read to as a volunteer. I bought the hardcover and just a note here to anyone who like me didn't read the product measurements and is hoping the hardcover is bigger than the isn't! It's tiny. Only about 7"x7". Not great to hold and read to a classroom full of kids who beg to see these adorable and charming pictures. Still love the story! Wish there was a large format hardback version.