Uncle Bill’s Missing Tooth

Uncle Bill's Missing Tooth by [Grant S Clark, Lizzie Nelson]

Uncle Bill’s Missing Tooth takes readers on a lyrical journey to discover the truth behind a missing tooth. Uncle Bill is missing one of his front teeth and the children play a guessing game to find out how he had lost it. We follow the children through this fantastical, and sometimes bizarre, mystery that is entertaining and fun from cover to cover. I was even guessing how he had lost the tooth, but I was wrong, as were the children, but don’t worry by the end of the book the mystery is solved and readers will surely have a laugh.

The book tells a fun story with wonderful illustrations in a unique combination of watercolor and sketch art that is very appealing. The rhymes were creative and funny and will keep young readers engaged with each guess. I really enjoyed the imagination that went into each guess and I thought the accompanying images really exemplified the situation in a humorous way.

Uncle Bill’s Missing Tooth is an imaginative children’s book that will inspire the imagination as it takes readers on a mini mystery that begs to be solved.

Pages: 36 | ASIN: B09B2JRPHY

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