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The Tooth Book by Edward MillerProvides advice on dental hygiene as well as what to expect at the dentist's office, what to do in tooth emergencies, and mouth health history and lore.
Call Number: J 617.601 Mil
Black-Toothed Ruth Black by Peter Barron; Paul WickRuth Black's teeth are in a horrible state because she refuses to brush or floss them, so when one of her teeth falls out, instead of a visit from the Tooth Fairy, she is attacked by a swarm of tooth devils.
Call Number: Parenting
Curious George Visits the Dentist by H. A. Rey; MargaretWhen George bites into a shiny apple made of wax, his tooth begins to hurt. The next morning George shows his wiggly tooth to the man with the yellow hat, who takes him to the dentist. George is nervous about his first visit to the dentist, but overcomes his fear and learns about better dental hygiene-with a little good-natured mayhem on the side! With art in the style of H. A. Rey, this engaging story will teach young readers that there is nothing scary about the dentist or wobbly teeth-and adds some tooth fairy fun for good measure!