I liked the story because it was funny and easy to read. I loved all the characters and there were lots of emotions that I liked. I thought that this book was chock full of fun. Heather Armstrong age 8 nearly 9.
Both my children loved this story at bed time. My 7 year old son is scared of blood and was very nervous about his 3 wobbly teeth! During the story, he actually started to wobble them. Thank you from a happy Mum.
My Grand Daughter was really phased by her first wobbly tooth and this story reassured her. I love these stories and, thankfully, so do the children. I suppose I could always hide them inside my Woman's Weekly!!
Another great story focusing on young people's issues. At two my son, I hope, is too young to have a wobbly tooth but he still loves this, mostly because it has Marv and Lotta on almost every page alongside Charlie and Lola. Lola's astonishment at why noone has ever told her about the tooth fairy is particularly wonderful, as is the space montage when she imagines her. It made my son smile and say, 'Foxy lost'! A space image was used for both for those who didn't get that. I also love that Lola wants to buy a giraffe for the farm and that Lotta sticks up for herself and her idea of a farm but only everso briefly by asking if you get giraffes on farms. Lotta is totally happy with the reply of, 'Yes, you absolutely do', or something very similar. Lotta may be sufficiently fiesty to hang around.