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 The Tooth Fairy

Mel Rosenberg

All rights reserved © 2008

illustrated by Rotem Omri

 

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When my tenth tooth fell out, the tooth fairy brought me a box that said "open me in a year"

When I was born,
I don’t remember,
It was sometime in November,
On a Friday,
So my folks say,
I was very small,
And had
No teeth at all.

But as I grew,
Each year,
A few,
Teeth appeared.

Have a look at this photograph of me,
When I was three,
Lots of teeth
(as you can see).

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As I grew Each year A few Teeth appeared

When my first tooth fell out,

I didn’t cry or shout,

Or call Dad or Mom,
I put it under the pillow,

And waited for the

Tooth fairy to come.
I decided not to sleep,
So I didn’t count sheep,
Not even one,
But sooner or later,
I suppose,
I started to doze,
And pretty soon,
I was deep
Asleep.

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Waiting for the tooth fairy to come bring me an amazing present

When I awoke,
I couldn’t believe my eyes,
Under my pillow –  a big surprise!
A magic pencil, with two big eyes!
It’s a pencil that can see,
And it can draw anything,
Even me.

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The Amazing Tooth Fairy – illustrated by Rotem Omri by Mel Rosenberg - מל רוזנברג - Illustrated by Rotem Omri  - Ourboox.com

When my second tooth fell out,

The tooth fairy brought me two spoons,
One is from Mars, the other from the Moon.
When you eat, every bite, is a delight,
Spinach tastes like the pancakes,
That my auntie makes, And broccoli,
Like vanilla ice cream with chocolate flakes.

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When my second tooth fell out, the tooth fairy brought me two magic spoons

When my third tooth fell out,
The tooth fairy brought me three magic bananas
That never go bad.
I’ve had
Them for a year,
Right here,
On my window sill,

And they’re still
Yellow,
And green,
And blue,
With dots of orange
and purple, too.
They may be very, very sweet,
But they’re much too beautiful to eat.

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When my third tooth fell out, The tooth fairy brought me three magic bananas That never go bad

Then out came tooth number four!

When I awoke,

Four flowers from Singapore,

Were waiting on the floor.

These flowers can talk,

But not every day,

Just when they have

Something friendly to say,

Like “Good morning,”

Or “Top of the day.”

But the most amazing thing

(I thought you should know),

Even though they’re made of plastic,

They continue to grow.

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When tooth number four came out, Four flowers from Singapore, Were waiting on the floor

When my fifth tooth fell out,
The tooth fairy left me five lovely keys

That I adore,
I suppose that each opens a door
To a forgotten, far-off land,
The island of Atlantis,
Or the cove of Albacore.
Maybe one’s the key to a pirate’s hidden chest,
Or even the home
Of a dinosaur
(but only if it has a door).

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When my fifth tooth fell out, The tooth fairy left me five lovely keys that each opens a door

When tooth number six fell out,

I woke up early that day,

I could feel something sway,

There were six big balls

That hop about.

I tie a thread to every one,

To keep them from bouncing

Straight up to the sun.

Oh, and I almost forgot,

When they bop a lot,

They have this lovely smell,

Like fresh apricot, or caramel.

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When tooth number six fell out, There were six big balls That hop about

When tooth number seven fell out,

I put it under my pillow.

The next morning I found

A pickadilo, and six more.

I stacked them in the corner, on the floor,

And I’m leaving them there,

Until I discover what they’re for.

They don’t dance, they don’t sing,

They just sit still, don’t do a thing.

I have so many, but don’t need any,

So take your pick, have two or three,

I’m selling all of them for free.

And if I find out what they do,

I’ll be sure to tell you too.

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When tooth number seven fell out, I found A pickadilo, and six more

I could hardly wait,

For tooth number eight.

The tooth fairy brought me a magic rainbow,

With eight colors that glow.

Sometimes the colors get

All tangled in a knot –

I like that a lot.

My rainbow doesn’t care,

Whether the sun is there, or not,

Whether it’s day or night,

Dark or bright.

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When the sun goes down,

And nighttime falls,

My rainbow’s still around,

All over the walls,

And sometimes on my window pane

(even when it doesn’t rain). 

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The day after my ninth tooth fell out

I got up earlier than a magpie.

Why?

I could hear,

A bird band playing in my ear,

Some sing, others play the guitar,

One of them can even fiddle,

And the drummer’s the one with the drums

(in the middle).

If you visit, do come at noon,

That’s when they play, a Beatles tune,

Called “And Your Bird Can Sing”

(or some such thing). 

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A bird band playing "And Your Bird Can Sing"

And when

Do you think tooth number ten

Fell out? Just last night!

When I awoke, the tooth had gone,

Instead, I found a box, right near my head.

It had a note that said:

“Open me in a year.”

Oh my dear!

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Please don’t ask “What is it?”

Just pay me a visit, “When?”

In just a year, I’ll still be here.

Until then, who can tell?

Perhaps your tooth fairy,

Will bring you magic gifts,

As well. 

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The Amazing Tooth Fairy – illustrated by Rotem Omri by Mel Rosenberg - מל רוזנברג - Illustrated by Rotem Omri  - Ourboox.com

Thank you for reading our book!

If you like it, you might also want to read other children’s books that I’ve written and Rotem Omri has illustrated. For example:

“Return of The Amazing Tooth Fairy”

http://www.ourboox.com/books/return-amazing-tooth-fairy-html/

“Where the Teeth Go”

http://www.ourboox.com/books/teeth-go-html/

Read more about me and see ALL my books on Ourboox (I have many)

http://www.ourboox.com/community/drmel/profile/edit/group/1/

Or even better, create a book of your own!!!

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