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The Tale of The Tooth Fairy - Review & Giveaway


Disclaimer: I received products from The Tale of the Tooth Fairy for review purposes. No other compensation was received. Though the products were free, opinions are 100% my very own. 

I just had to share this delightful book with you. No I haven't lost any of my baby teeth as yet and still have quite a way to go before I even think of losing any. I am only 25 months old and I actually have another dental appointment next week. Yes I do take very good care of my teeth. Mommy says that the only people who look great without teeth are newborn babies. Since I am no longer a newborn baby I want to have my teeth for as long as I possibly can. My brothers though have already lost theirs and they said that when I lose it a tooth fairy will come and she will bring me money. I just have to remember to place it under my pillow when she does show up. When the Tale of the Tooth Fairy offered so send me my very own book and plush highlighting the story of the Tooth Fairy I was elated. I couldn't wait to receive it and share it with you my readers.

I received two copies of the Tale of the Tooth Fairy. They come in both a boy and girl version and when I opened my package I was pleasantly surprised. The packaging was oh so adorable!


Each storybook set comes complete with either a girl or boy fairy with pouch, a beautiful hardcover book and a keep sake box. The story tells the tale of how the real tooth fairy came to be. Written by Brian Ledig and beautifully illustrated by MaryKate Fleming the story and illustrations will draw you in.


The Tale of the Tooth Fairy tells of how one very special young fairy, who was trying to find her special place, brought to us the tradition that is today. She wasn't interested in doing the things that the other fairies did. She wanted to be different. While traveling the world she noticed that the parents would take the tooth of their little ones to the forest and burry it. They believed that if they buried the tooth of their children they child would grow strong just like the tree grows strong from the earth.


Now she thought that it would be a great idea to take the teeth and leave something special for them instead. With permission from the high council she was able to fly into the homes because she was so tiny. She looked everywhere until she found the tooth under the pillow and left a gift for the sleeping child.


I am not going to spoil the story for you but if you want to, you can read the book for yourself on the website. Now one of the feature that I really loved about this was the Tooth Loss Recorder which is found on the very last page of the book. This is such a great way to record my tooth loss. Although I don't intend to lose any very soon, it's good to have a record of when I do. I can record which ones I lost and when I lost it, how old I was etc. The Tooth Fairy thought of everything!

The Tale of the Tooth Fairy makes a great gift and keepsake for the little ones in your life. While I don't want to lose any of my teeth any time soon, I am now excited that when I do I'll have a record of it. I also have my very own personal Tooth Fairy with pouch who can safeguard my tooth until the real Tooth Fairy arrives with my cold hard cash. The Tale of the Tooth Fairy gets my TWO TINY THUMBS UP!


If you have a little one in your life who believes in the Tooth Fairy like I do, then this is the book for you! You can purchase your very own storybook on the website.  Here are the ways you can connect with The Tale of the Tooth Fairy!


I'm not done though. No, no, no! How about a chance to win your very own! Yes one of my reader will be given the chance to win their very own storybook set in their choice of fairy. Winner will be randomly selected by PunchTab and will have 48hours to respond to the email sent. Failure to respond will mean forfeiting your prize and a new winner will be chosen. Good luck!



Disclosure: Growing Up Madison receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation was provided unless noted otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own. Some posts may contain affiliate links that I receive commission for payment from in exchange for referrals. In the event of a giveaway, the sponsor is responsible for delivery of the prize, unless otherwise noted in the posting. Giveaways are not sponsored by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ or any other social media site. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."




Annmarie John
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  1. My six year old is about to lose his first tooth - it's literally hanging by a thread. This is a super cute book and I love that it has a place for you to keep track in it.

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  2. I've been eyeing this book for awhile :)
    Yes, keep those teeth in as long as you can!
    XOXO

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  3. This is a great idea! My girls would love it!

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  4. This is too cute!! I need this book for when my daughter is older. She would love this when she starts loosing teeth!

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  5. We pretend tooth fairy for my oldest (she knows the secret and plays along) but I'm not sure about all the dolls for every occasion (like Elf on the Shelf) I do like the idea of the tooth recorder, luckily our baby book has that as well.

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  6. Very cute concept. I thought you stopped going by months when you hit two - officially a toddler and not a baby! :) I'm sure you'll be getting your 2 year old molars soon if you haven't already!

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  7. My son has lost 2 teeth he does believe in the tooth fiary

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  8. What a cool book! I love the fact that they have a space for you to write down the dates that you lose your teeth!

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  9. What a cute book! My youngest is anxiously awaiting his first lost tooth!

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  10. I love this and even though my girls aren't quite old enough yet, would love to get this book for them. Totally entered and thank you!! :)

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  11. Oh, this looks adorable. My grandkids haven't lost any teeth yet. I'll to look into getting this book for them.

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  12. What a fun idea. The book looks cute.

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  13. I have three girls.. Oldest are still losing teeth and the tooth fairy is real so of course they believe ;) the littlest one wants to lose her teeth like her big sisters but she is only 2.

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  14. This sounds like such a sweet book! I've never heard of a backstory for the Tooth Fairy, and I can think of a few kids in my life who this would be perfect for! The illustrations are adorable as well :)

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  15. what a cute idea!! I have 2 kids who are in wiggly tooth mode already.

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  16. I'm not going to enter because I just won this on another blog! I was so excited!! So I wish everyone luck for this.

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  17. That is adorable. I wont enter, because my child doesn't even have teeth yet! Its so cute though. :)

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  18. This is so so cute! My son would love this. He just lost his first tooth a few weeks ago and totally believes!

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  19. This is so cute!! I love the way the doll peaks out of the front of the packaging!

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  20. Oh how cute! Such a good idea for a keepsake and book

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  21. What a great idea!! I will have to share this my friend you recently had a baby. Thanks!!

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  22. How cute is that?! I would have loved something like this when I was a kid!

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  23. What an adorable book! I wish I had this when my daughter lost her first tooth. It was so hard finding a cute Tooth Fairy book.

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  24. Well, that is stinking cute!!! My little great nephews and nieces would LOVE this! They never had anything like that when I was growing up.

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  25. This is so cute! I love that it's a little book and doll!

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  26. What a neat idea! I've never thought of something like this as a gift but this will make the perfect gift for parents with kids. Especially those that haven't lost their teeth as yet. When it's time for them to lose it they'll know the story and will be so excited. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  27. My little one is too big for this now. I do love the idea though, it's very cute!

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  28. This is so cute. My kids would have loved to have a book about the tooth fairy. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  29. What a neat book. I wish I had this when my daughter first started loosing her teeth.

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  30. How cute is this. I think my kids are past the age of it being for them but it would have been neat to have when they were younger.

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  31. My daughter is only 2 1/2 so she hasnt lost any teeth yet.... but we have told her about the tooth fairy and she seems to already kind of understand the concept. It will be fun when the time comes! :)

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  32. This is such a cute idea! My son is 2 1/2, so he hasn't lost any teeth. However, the dentist just told me today that he'll probably lose them early since he had them so early!

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  33. That looks like an adorable story! I remember being scared of losing my teeth, but I bet that this would have taken some of the edge off :) I LOVE that it includes a record for lost teeth, too.

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  34. This book looks so cute! I love that it comes with a stuffed toy, and includes a spot to record the lost teeth!

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  35. The record for tooth loss is really a great idea! The stuffed friend is cute too!

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  36. This is adorable! We just lost a first tooth here, so this is a very timely review!

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  37. We aren't in the tooth losing stage yet either, but this looks like a cute set for when we get there. I love the record keeping pages for lost teeth!

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  38. How sweet and such a beautifully illustrated book. I love the idea of record keeping and the story is so sweet. Two thumps up too Madison! ;-)

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  39. My niece is just getting to the age where she's about to start loosing her teeth. I think this would be the perfect way to teach her about the Tooth Fairy.

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  40. That is absolutely too cute! I wish they had that around when my girls were little. Of course they still like to pretend so they can collect that $$

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  41. I got my daughter her personalized books when she wasn't even a year old. Now is 16 and we go back and read them. Such memories.

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  42. I like that page to record tooth loss. I never thought to do that with my first child.

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  43. My son has yet to lose any teeth. And we will be telling him about the tooth fairy.

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  44. my 5 yr old hasn't lost her first tooth yet. but she does believe in the tooth fairy

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  45. My boys haven't lost any teeth yet but I think my older one will soon. It's going to be so fun playing tooth fairy!

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  46. My son has lost 2 teeth, and he swears he saw the tooth fairy in his room both nights!

    nathansmommy619(At)Aol(dot)com

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  47. Pinned http://www.pinterest.com/pin/520588038148793568/

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  48. Yes, my daughter has lost 2 teeth. She definitely believes in the Tooth Fairy! :)

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  49. My older daughter has lost most of her baby teeth but my younger daughter has yet to loose a tooth :). And yes, both are still believers!

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  50. My little sister is 3 years old she talks about the tooth faiery and already brushes and glosses 3 times a day on her own I'm very proud of her I know she'd love it and the book would help her understand more. Good luck everyone and congrats to whoever wins have a wonderful day also thanks seller amazing auction

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  51. This would be for my niece Caroline. She's almost three, so she hasn't lost her baby teeth yet. She loves books and this book would be perfect.

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  52. Yep 6 and 3 more tiny people to go that still believe

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  53. Oh my daughter would love this book, she has lost two teeth and gets so very excited when one gets loose. She says she wants to wake up in the middle of the night and see the tooth fairy. Lucky that hasnt happened.

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