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Release Date:July 2008. Publisher:McElderry Books, Margaret K. Length:40 Pages. 73 lbs. Dimensions:0. Age Range:7 to 10 years. Grade Range:Grades 2 to 5. Related Subjects.
The Lost-and-Found Tooth Hardcover – July 1, 2008. Losing a tooth is a big deal in Mr. Reilly’s second-grade classroom, where the children keep a chart showing the date, the time, and the place, as well as the story behind each tooth loss. by. Louise Borden (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
The Lost-and-Found Tooth. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781416918141 (978-1-4169-1814-1) Hardcover, Margaret K. McElderry Books, 2008. Find signed collectible books: 'The Lost-and-Found Tooth'. Sea Clocks: The Story of Longitude.
Louise Borden graduated from Denison University with a degree in history. She taught first graders and preschoolers and later was a part-owner of a bookstore in Cincinnati, Ohio. In addition to writing children’s books, she also speaks regularly to young students about the writing process. Her books include Good Luck, Mrs. K!, which won the Christopher Medal, and The A+ Custodian. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, and you can visit her at LouiseBorden. About The Illustrator.
Everyone but Lucy had already lost a tooth. Ideal for tooth-fairy aficionados. In February Lucy's thrilled to finally find a wiggly bottom tooth. As luck would have it, Lucy's loose tooth falls out when she's playing tag during recess and she can't find it. After all that waiting, Lucy has really lost her first tooth.
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