The Tooth Fairy Goes to School
By: Samna Ghani
The Tooth Fairy Goes to School begins when a young child loses a tooth and leaves a note for the Tooth Fairy. The Tooth Fairy graciously leaves a reply that she will answer her question in her school class on Friday. The class with the Tooth Fairy is an excellent opportunity to teach children all about their teeth——what each tooth does, what they are called, when they come out, why they come out, and how to practice good dental hygiene. She even teaches them a few facts about the teeth of some favorite animals. She leaves each of the children a talking toothbrush that tells them how to brush their teeth and explains why checkups are very important. The story is magical and exciting and answers questions most children would like to ask the Tooth Fairy. Activities and a dictionary of words are included in the back. Great for kids aged 4 to 10, K4 through 6th grade.
Samna Ghani writes fiction for young readers between the ages of four and eight years old. The Shoe, the Necklace, and the Giant is a short adventure story about four children and a bear who get in trouble with a giant. The story is fast and exciting and follows the adventures of the four children and the bear as they try to outsmart the giant.
Born in 1975, Samna grew up in Pakistan but has been living in Canada for the last eight years. She has a Master’s degree in Business Administration but has been writing since she was a little girl. She has worked in marketing and sales and has been freelancing as a writer/editor for more than ten years. She lives with her husband and two daughters in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. She has a passion for both reading and writing and wants to continue to write books.