"The Tooth That's on the Loose!
Created by Chris Roberston
About the book
This fun book will delight kids on the verge of that big milestone in their life... loosing a tooth. This is the perfect book to cuddle-up and read to them to take the scariness out of the whole experience.
Chris Robertson takes the occasion and wraps it in a western spin making it an exciting and yes even an enjoyable event. A local sheriff of a small western town rounds up T. B. Wiggly, whose face hangs on wanted posters scattered everywhere, and turns him over to the proper authorities to rid the pest from his jurisdiction permanently.
The illustrations are truly hilarious and are sure to generate smiles and giggles as the text is shared together. The sentences are short and peppered with cowboy quips that make the book such a delight to read. This would be a wonderful book to have in an early elementary school classroom or library too. Kids will love the whole vibe of the book... 'sure as shooting'! I highly, highly recommend it.
About the author/illustrator
Chris Robertson is just a big kid at heart who happens to write and draw Children's Picture Books. His first Little Golden Book, "The Tickle Book" by Heidi Kilgras debuts in May '17. "Giraffes Ruin Everything" by Heidi Schulz from Bloomsbury Publishing and "Where Do Pants Go? by Rebecca Van Slyke from Sterling both were released in Spring '16.
His book, "Harry and the Hot Lava" speaks directly to the imagination of a child, while "My Yellow Umbrella" hit the #1 spot on Amazon's Bestseller list for Baby & Toddler Color Books, Bedtime and Dreaming and Children's Game Books.
Chris's other books include the Amazon's Best Sellers, "I'll Trade My Peanut-Butter Sandwich" and "Kit and Kaboodle". He broke into the Children's book field in 2005 with "Little Miss Liberty" published by Chronicle Books then subsequently by Scholastic Books in paperback.
Chris's whimsical cartoon style feels light-hearted and carefree which seems to perfectly match his humorous writing style. He lives in Pasadena with his wife and three boys.
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