Queensland, Australia (PRWEB) July 12, 2012
Returning the magic of folklore and mythical creatures into the realm of children’s literature, author Lynne Dalrymple and illustrator Brenda Papworth give life to The Pooth Fairy in their vividly-illustrated children’s book. This charming book will be featured at the 2012 Ohio Library Council Book Exhibit in Columbus, Ohio on September 7, 2012.
Here, young readers are introduced to the Pooth Fairy, the fairy in charge of recovering lost teeth. She is one of the tooth fairy’s helpers who goes to work once a small child accidentally swallows his or her loose tooth. The Pooth Fairy follows her adventure in trying to recover young Kaleb’s tooth. Readers can join her on an exciting journey, through water and sky, so that the Tooth Fairy can leave money in Kaleb’s glass of water just in time before sunrise.
Involving mermaids sea turtles, seagulls and fishermen, The Pooth Fairy gives parents, grandparents, baby sitters and those who love children an interesting way for them to spend time with a child, or children, giving them the attention all children crave.
This book will be featured at the 2012 Ohio Library Council in Columbus, Ohia, on September 07, 2012.
For more information on this book, interested parties can log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.au.
About the Author
Lynne Dalrymple is a mother of two, grandmother of two and goddess extraordinaire. She is a celebrant, has worked in welfare for more than 20 years, is co-owner of the Australian Screen Industry Network and ASIN Production Company. She is a creative artist and for the last ten years has become a writer. Her humorous look at the world has helped her manage a lifetime of living with Depression and her love and passion for children has led to the Pooth fairy being born.
Her other book is titled Life through the Lens of a Sumptuous Goddess, a humorous look at one woman’s view of life.
The Pooth Fairy * by Lynne Dalrymple
Publication Date: February 25, 2012
Picture Book; $34.99; 42 pages; 978-1-4653-8212-2
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