Wednesday, July 29, 2015

A new student review of The Tooth Fairy Trap by Rachelle Burk

Endless Summer posted a new student review of The Tooth Fairy Trap by Rachelle Burk. See the full review.

The Tooth Fairy Trap is an excellently written and charming children's book. I would have enjoyed it very much as a child! It's also one of those Junie B. Jones style books, which older children and adults can also enjoy. I found the characters to be interesting and well-dimensioned. For instance, Bradley's pet hamster is grumpy and full of personality. The written messages that Bluna exchanges with the (nicer) children are also extremely genuine and heartfelt. At one point, Bluna wishes that she could play with one of the little girls!

There was not really anything I disliked about the book. I would love to see The Tooth Fairy Trap made into a series if it is not one already. Perhaps Bradley the trap-setter can be reformed.

Note: the illustrations and the author's children's tooth fairy notes at the end were a nice touch.

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