Saturday, February 7, 2015

Consumer Critique: Teeth Fairies

Disclosure: I received complimentary products to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own. 

TEETH FAIRIES is a new, interactive book and doll set celebrating a child’s tooth loss process. From the age of about 5 to 12, the average child loses twenty baby teeth. That’s a lot of visits from the Tooth Fairy! This process is an exciting and sometimes stressful time for both children and parents. The new book and doll set, TEETH FAIRIES: A BABY TEETH TRADITION (February 20, 2015), by Ingrid Bencosme, a former school teacher, celebrates this tooth loss process and helps kids and parents alike. The book set comes out just in time to help build awareness for National Children’s Dental Health Month and National Tooth Fairy Day on Feb. 28th.

The book and doll are a very cute concept, and for kids who may be worried about losing teeth, it can provide comfort. Even for kids who find it exciting, this can be a great tradition and a way to build up excitement - especially if you'd like to start a tradition that isn't somehow tied to getting money with every lost tooth (although you can still incorporate that as well if you'd like). My daughter loved it - we got it just in time for her first loose tooth!

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