My Wobbly Tooth Must Not Ever Never Fall Out

For starters, there’s really nothing better than Charlie and Lola. And for any of you who have not yet fallen in love with Lauren Child’s dynamic brother and sister duo, you must do so immediately. That said, Charlie and Lola are two of my favorite characters of all time (right up there with Anne Shirley and Veruca Salt)  – perhaps slightly because they’re British and I have that thing for all things British, but also because they’re beautifully rendered as hilariously lovable children. So today, as I sat in the dentist’s chair (which for me is akin to sitting in a torture chamber) I let my mind drift happily to one of my favorite Charlie and Lola books about teeth: My Wobbly Tooth Must Not Ever Never Fall Out. This little morsel of a book tells the story of Lola’s wibbly-wobbly tooth that, at first, she does not want to lose. But when wind of the Tooth Fairy hits her ears, she embarks on a mission to wiggle it out of its gummy slumber. Charlie, as always, steps up to the plate as the best big brother on the planet and shepherds Lola from worry to happy in a way only he can. You don’t a wobbly tooth to truly appreciate this lovely book. You don’t even need to be sitting in the inquisitor’s…uh…I mean…dentist’s chair.

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2 thoughts on “My Wobbly Tooth Must Not Ever Never Fall Out

  1. Oh, they look like an adorable brother/sister duo! And as a fellow Anne Shirley admirer, your credibility with me is now sky high!! 🙂 I want to find this book. We are having some tooth drama here… my 3 year old will likely be getting an injured tooth extracted very soon. (By the way I found some really helpful info on this Mom’s Guide.) I’m going to have to find this book!

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