Gabby and the Tooth Fairy

GABBY AND THE TOOTH FAIRY
Written by Donna M. Zappala
Illustrated by Marco Serido
Children’s Picture Book [©2012]
(24 pages color) rated G for ages 2-7
Released in 2012 by Kittycat Books

Gabby awakes one night to find the Tooth Fairy in her room. When she asks what happens to lost teeth, the Tooth Fairy allows Gabby to take a wondrous trip across the world to a magical place called Tooth Town.


Children’s picture books by Donna M. Zappala include: IZZY’S CROSSING | IZZY’S HATCHLINGS | WHAT KIND OF TURTLE AM I?


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REVIEWS:

“Every child wants to know more about the Tooth Fairy, and here’s a great little story to fill in the ‘gaps’! Follow Gabby and the Tooth Fairy on an adventure around the world discovering “tooth” traditions in different cultures, as well as learn many new ‘tooth’ vocabulary words. Young readers will be thrilled to see just where all those little teeth go, as Gabby visits Tooth Town, where the entire city is made from teeth! The illustrations are beautiful artistry, and draw young readers into the adventure. A great story for any early elementary grade school teacher’s classroom, as well as a wonderful gift for a child to find under the pillow!” ~ reviewed by Jennifer Watkins [FIVE STARS]

“I found GABBY AND THE TOOTH FAIRY to be a source of comfort to my 5-year-old granddaughter who was sooo anxious about losing her first tooth. The characters are adorable, upbeat and contemporary. My granddaughter is sure that is exactly how the toothfairy really looks! And along with the fun story she was educated on the kinds of teeth in her mouth and other traditions. She understands now that its okay to lose her teeth!” ~ Amazon Customer Review [FIVE STARS]

“I found GABBY AND THE TOOTH FAIRY to be an educational and fun adventure for young children and adults alike. This book is a delightful journey into the imagination of every child who ever wondered what happens after they put their teeth under their pillow. It wonderfully puts pictures and words in place making this fairy tale more realistic. Bravo to the author!” ~ reviewed by Jean Kammerer [FIVE STARS]

“Educational, but appealing story of tooth fairy traditions around the world. Grow ups and kids can learn something new! Just the right length to keep the little ones interested. Cute book!” ~ reviewed by Ruth deBang [FIVE STARS]

“As a mother of two young children and an elementary school teacher, I know first hand how losing teeth is an exciting time for our little ones. Children have all sorts of questions about their teeth and of course about the tooth fairy and where all of their teeth go! GABBY AND THE TOOTH FAIRY is a beautifully written and illustrated book that educates children about their teeth while building on their imagination as they travel through Tooth Town. You could easily incorporate this book into your classroom when teaching about dental health month or traditions around the world. This book would also make a great gift for your little one as they begin losing their teeth. Gabby and the Tooth Fairy would make a great addition to your home and classroom library!” ~ reviewed by Jennifer Harmon, Elementary School Teacher [FIVE STARS]

“Have you ever wondered what the Tooth Fairy does with all those lost teeth? The Tooth Fairy takes Gabby on an adorable adventure to answer all of her questions!  This is a very imaginative tale that answers a little girl’s questions in a creative way.” ~ reviewed by L. Whitaker [FIVE STARS]

“As an educator of young children, I absolutely love the children’s book GABBY AND THE TOOTH FAIRY. Through well written words and beautifully drawn pictures, readers will learn so much. First, they will discover different tooth fairy traditions in different cultures. Second, they will gain knowledge about types of teeth. Last, youngsters’ imaginations will expand as they enter the magical world of Tooth Town. This story is a must have for teachers. Topics discussed in this book will enhance a geography and science lesson nicely.” ~ reviewed by Alison Digiorgio, Head Teacher at Red Apple Country Day School [FIVE STARS]

“Every child wants to know more about the Tooth Fairy, and here’s a great little story to fill in the gaps! Follow GABBY AND THE TOOTH FAIRY on an adventure around the world, discovering tooth traditions in different cultures as well as learning many new tooth vocabulary words. Young readers will be thrilled to see just where all those little teeth go, as Gabby visits Tooth Town where the entire city is made from teeth! The illustrations are beautiful artistry and draw young readers into the adventure. A great story for any early elementary grade school teacher’s classroom, as well as a wonderful gift for a child to find under the pillow!” ~ reviewed by Jennifer Watkins [FIVE STARS]


DONNA M. ZAPPALA holds a BA in Elementary Education and Psychology and a master’s degree in Mathematics Education for grades kindergarten through sixth. Donna resides in New Jersey with her husband Adrian, a university administrator, and her three girls. Publications include the following children’s picture books:

| ALBERT’S PERFECT PET
| GABBY AND THE TOOTH FAIRY
| IZZY’S CROSSING
| IZZY’S HATCHLINGS
| WHAT KIND OF TURTLE AM I?

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