Terrific Teeth (Little Fears)

Terrific Teeth is another wonderous children’s book written by Tuula Pere and whimsically illustrated by Catty Flores. This is a story about young Emma who is in the midst of losing her first baby tooth and the scariness that comes along with it. Her family helps her through the loss of the tooth by explaining how normal and natural it is.

Tuula Pere has yet again cleverly written a book that covers an important life milestone, which is the way our bodies change as we grow up. This could be a particularly difficult and frightening time for kids. Not understanding how or why their bodies are changing. This book sheds light on some of those issues and helps children recognize that these changes are normal and should be celebrated. These types of conversations should definitely be started at a young age for kids to grasp that growing up and evolving is a good thing. This is an easy and simple story that gets the point across without making the conversation awkward and could help parents with future discussions.

This would be a great addition to any young readers library because it can help with gaining some knowledge on how our bodies change, but also to learn how to cope with them. The illustrations by Catty Flores absolutely help with the sweetness of the story and was a spot on choice for each scene that really helped immerse the reader into this tender moment in little Emma’s life.

Pages: 32 | ISBN: 9523572938

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