By Robinson, MichelleIllustrated by Smith, Briony May
Think that being a tooth fairy is all about sparkly fairy dust, shiny coins and collecting teeny-tiny teeth from cute, sleeping children? Well, think again.Tate's big sister May is taking her out on her very first tooth-collecting mission, and it's going to be a little ... well, ...dangerous. It will involve trekking through the deep, dark jungle, plunging into the murky ocean, and facing the ice of the Arctic. Because it's not just sweet, slumbering little children that lose their pearly whites, oh no... All kinds of toothy predators lose their gnashers, too! Can Tate collect missing teeth from crocs, sharks and anacondas ... and all without waking up a single creature? A fast-paced, funny and action-packed adventure story, which introduces two tough brave new fairies (and many a ferocious animal!) to the picture book world.Read more
Michelle Robinson previously wrote copy for some of the world's biggest brands. Now she is either busy writing or busy chasing a toddler. Her picture books include How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth, illustrated by Kate Hindley, There's a Lion in My Cornflakes, illustrated by Jim Field, and A Beginner's Guide to Bear Spotting, illustrated by David Roberts. Michelle lives in Frome with her husband, son and daughter. Find Michelle online at michellerobinson.co.uk, and on Twitter and Instagram as @MicheRobinson. Briony May Smith graduated from Falmouth University with a First Class degree in Illustration. Since then, she has been shortlisted for the British Comic Awards and has twice been highly commended for the Macmillan Children's Prize. She is the author-illustrator of Imelda and the Goblin King, and the illustrator of The Giant's Necklace, written by Michael Morpurgo. She is inspired by traditional fairy tales and folklore, and by the farm she lives on in Devon. Find her online at brionymaysmith.com and on Twitter and Instagram as @BrionyMaySmith.
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