Teeny Tiny Tina really, really wanted to be a tooth fairy. Everyone told her she was too small, but will her teeny size save the day?
Written by: Rosemary Evans
Illustrated by: Erin Taylor
Posted by Jennie Easter on 26th Feb 2013
This book is an easy read for any age. The illustrations are vibrant and fun. I like that this book teaches that "It doesn't matter if your short or tall, It doesn't matter if your big or small; What matters most when the day is done; Is If along the way you've helped someone." The entire last page of this book perfectly sums up the moral of the story and gives an opportunity for any child to learn kindness and self acceptance.
Posted by Arthella Starke on 17th Dec 2012
"Having spent my career working with children, I am constantly seeking tools that I can recommend to parents and educators as supplements in teaching appropriate behavior. Rosemary's visually stimulating books are an excellent additional to that tool box. Her stories are rich with character building attributes that can trigger meaningful discussions with the child about such things as kindness, diligence, perseverance, sharing, etc. With research showing the power of such stories in molding behavior, I highly recommend these books as a valuable tool in teaching character development to young children".
Arthella Starke, MA, Special Education, BA, Psychology
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