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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite
Did you know that even tooth fairies can get sick with the flu? That’s what happened to Mrs. Chompers, the tooth fairy responsible for baby sharks. So who does she call to do her nightly rounds? Mrs. Pearly White, of course. Only Mrs. Pearly White usually takes care of children on land, not sharks in the water, but she accepts the challenge anyway. Who knows when she might have to call in a favor or two? With a little bit of magic, Mrs. Pearly White turns into a mermaid and takes over Mrs. Chompers’s rounds. She’s in for a surprise when she realizes how many baby teeth sharks lose at one time.
Erica Morgan’s picture book story, A Shark Tooth Fairy Tale, is a different type of tooth fairy story. Written by a talented young author, this is a clever story that goes beyond the tooth fairy theme and shows young readers the importance of our oceans and why we need to protect them. As well as a fun story, it’s an environmental tale, one that introduces young readers to many interesting tidbits and facts about sharks and about the oceans in which they live. The story is written in rhyming verse and the beautiful illustrations invite the young reader to search for hidden shark teeth on each page, making this into an interactive book as well as an entertaining one. At the end of the book, the author provides a list of ten suggestions on how young readers can protect our waterways. A powerfully beautiful story. I can’t wait to see where this young author goes with her writing talent.