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Original Essays | April 29, 2013 2 comments
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Sheri Bell-RehwoldtDescribe your latest project.
You think it's easy being the Tooth Fairy? Think again of stormy nights, dangerous pets, pearly whites hidden in pajama pockets or wrapped in dirty tissues, to say nothing of all those thousands of teeth falling out all over the world every single day. The Tooth Fairy's nights are long and hard. But she's up for it. She never misses a tooth. How does she do it? For the first time ever, she reveals everything right here!
This is my idea of what the Tooth Fairy is really like. Truly, the thought of her as a feisty treasure seeker, rather than the serene fairy of my childhood, makes her so much more interesting. She's Girl Power to the max!
Everyone should read David Slonim's He Came With the Couch. It's unique and quite endearing.
What is your favorite breakfast cereal?
What is your idea of bliss?
When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
Why do you write books for kids?
What's your favorite holiday and why?
If you could be someone else, who would that be, and why?
Make a question of your own, then answer it.
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Sherri Bell-Rehwoldt is an award-winning magazine writer and the author of two children's activity books. This is her first picture book. She lives in Buffalo, New York.