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Review of "Kelli and The Tooth Fairy" Storybook and Coloring Book

January 07, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 179

"Kelli and The Tooth Fairy" Storybook and Coloring Book Review:

Medford House Publishing introduced its "Fairy Tale" series to provide children a "whimsical" prospective on standard fairytale myths. This publication deals with the adventures of Kelli who was a little girl with an annoying problem. Her front tooth was loose. Everyone knows that a loose tooth can be perplexing. It's hard to concentrate on anything when something like that is happening with your mouth.

The first book in the fairy tale series is "Kelli and The Tooth Fairy". Once Kelli noticed her front tooth was loose her tongue kept touching it. It was impossible to really concentrate on school with something like a loose tooth to deal with. Kelli's teacher taught first grade for a very long time and she knew what was going on with Kelli.

That evening when Kelli told her mother and father about her loose tooth they smiled and explained what was happening. They also told her about the legend of the Tooth Fairy. Kelli was very excited. Finally her tooth fell out and that's when the real adventure began. You kids will see how the Tooth Fairy needed Kelli's help because of D.K. Plaque's nasty visit. You will find out what the Tooth Fairy does to get his coins back again. And you will find out WHO the Tooth Fairy devised this formulated his successful plan with. See how Kelli's parents react to the whole tale that she tells them the next morning. You surely will be delighted by this wonderful story.

The story is really a new spin on the traditional "Tooth Fairy" Legend. You will receive the "Kelli and The Tooth Fairy" storybook and coloring book in a black and white PDF file. I recommend printing the file on white paper stock and let you children color the pages. I used felt tip markers to color the original storybook. If you insert the pages into a binder or folio you now have a unique storybook that is personalized by your children to enjoy.

The second file is a color version of the black and white file you can use as a coloring guide for your kids. The great thing about the color file is that you can load it to an eTablet, similar device or smart phone and then your kids can read the storybook at their leisure. I found that any device that will let you load a PDF file works. I have used my Nook Color tablet to load my storybook.

Just to make this story book more versatile Medford House Publishing delivers a third file in two universal movie formats. That means you can load the storybook to devices that will play a movie file. It has an audio track that reads the storybook to your kids. I found that if you play the storybook and have your kids follow along with the printed version you will reinforce their reading skills at the same time.

I recommend "Kelli and The Tooth Fairy" from Medford House Publications for any parent who wants to share the "losing a tooth" experience with their children in a whimsical fashion.

Copyright © 2009 Michael James III

Michael James is the owner and editor of Medford House publications which includes a unique collection of children's storybooks and coloring books. You can see all of them at You can see a six-page sample at his YouTube channel Be sure to check them out!

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