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Friday, May 10, 2013

Jade and the Tooth Fairy

Jade and the Tooth Fairy

        By Jacinta Zechariah

      Many kids ,when they start loosing teeth, often wonder what happens to the teeth when the Tooth Fairy takes their tooth. In Jade and the Tooth Fairy, we find a unique look at Jade and what she discovers.  

      When Jade puts her tooth under her pillow, she tries to stay awake to meet the Tooth Fairy.  Upon arrival, Jade convinces the Tooth Fairy to allow her to come see the Fairy Land. We go along on the trip to a land of magic and delight. They fly as the Fairy flaps her fairy wings to this magical land. Here she is able to see what her imagination has created. She pictures the land and finds all sorts of fun.

      Jade learns what happens to the teeth after they arrive in Fairy Land. The idea in the book is a unique and creative one. 
      I think this is a cute and creative story written for younger children approaching the age of loosing teeth and works through the process of the Tooth Fairy in a fun way.

      The illustrations are my favorite part of the book.  They did a wonderful job of capturing the storyline. The artwork was fun and well done. I feel this helped to pull the book together into the complete story.

      This is a quick read, but one children can look at many times. 

About the author:

Jacinta Zechariah (nee Dias) lives in London, UK with her husband and 3 children – 2 daughters and a son. She loves travelling and being with her family.
She has a teaching degree with a Masters in Literature but now spends her time writing and marketing her book. When she is not busy with her children she is busy writing her future books and content for her blog.
She began writing at a very early age when she and her sister would make little paper books where she would write and her sister would illustrate. 
She writes poetry and has had a few poems published in anthologies.
Jade and the Tooth Fairy is her debut book and has been written with her daughter Jadyn in mind. 
She loves writing and would love to inspire more people to get involved in reading especially children. 

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Disclosure:  I did not receive compensation for this review. I only received the ebook in order to do the review.        My opinions are honest and my own.


  1. Many times, illustrations do make a book :) But when there is great content paired with great illustrations... then that book goes on a must read list! Passing this post on to my SIL b/c my niece has her first loose tooth!

  2. Great illustrations can really bring a book to life. This sounds great!

  3. How cute! My youngest just lost a tooth the other night and was asking me all kinds of questions about the tooth fairy. Maybe I should get him this book to answer them. :)

  4. I love a good children's book! Sounds like you enjoyed it!

  5. Cute! I would love to see some of the illustrations you mentioned.

  6. Great illustrations really do capture the attention of the kids and make them learn to love books. The tooth fairy is not very well known by kids in my country (Philippines) but I still want to expose my son to stories from all around the world. :)

  7. Thank you so much Sara for the lovely review. I do appreciate it. It would be lovely if you could post your review to Amazon and Goodreads too.
    Thanks x

  8. This looks like a fun book! I think my daughter would love this!


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