Pookster and the Unloose Tooth
A Strikingly Adorable Pookster Book
Pookster and the Unloose Tooth by Rhonda Funk
Pookster could hardly wait to for her two front teeth to come loose because she wanted so bad to sing Pookster could hardly wait to for her two front teeth to come loose because she wanted so bad to sing Ã¢ÂÂAll I Want for Christmas is my Two Front Teeth. And well, it finally happened. Then she really wasnÃ¢ÂÂt so happy that she was toothless.
This is such a cute book about a child loosing teeth, and the importance of letting them fall out on their own. Being on a childÃ¢ÂÂs level of learning, the young reader can identify losing a tooth with the need to be patient and wait on the Lord. This is a very well written little story and with the awesome comic pictures and fonts use, this makes a loveable teaching story that will surely capture the interest of any young reader.
The words are clear enough that any child can understand themÃ¢ÂÂ¦and the pictures are great enough that children can understand the story through pictures. I really can't say enough about this adorable book! I think you fill fall in love with it just as I did! And you even get a CD to go along with it. It just doesn't get any better than this!!
I recommend this book to any family with young children, because all children are going to lose their teeth at some time, and what child doesnÃ¢ÂÂt need to be taught patience
June 23, 2011
Pookster just cannot wait until her two front teeth come out.
She's willing to go to any lengths to be able to sing 'All I Want for Christmas' and mean it. But with only a few weeks left until Christmas to what lengths will she be willing to go?
Or will she be willing to wait for 'God's time' as her mother's suggested?
My Thoughts: What a laugh! A terrific lesson in patience that will have you and the kids giggling at Pookster's antics.
My daughter adored it! ... except now she's afraid of floss and doorknobs...
February 28, 2011
Pookster and the Unloose Tooth is a great book. I'm giving it to my grandchildren. I love the quality, the colors and the fact that it has an audio CD for them to enjoy listening to. This is so much like a child as most of them think they can put the tooth under their pillow and receive a reward for it. This little girl is so much like my granddaughter Brady and the little boy would be her brother Jacob, they fuss about everything. The story is very special. Kids love to wiggle a loose tooth until it's ready to come out. But, it's not a good idea to hurry the process when the tooth isn't ready. It's a simple lesson to help with everything in life. Children must learn to wait for God's timing.This book was sent to me by Bring It On Community for review.
June 8, 2010