“Ask For a Tooth Fairy Magic Letter” App is Now Available From The Real Tooth Fairies

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February 28th is National Tooth Fairy Day and The Real Tooth Fairies are celebrating with the release of their brand new “Ask For a Tooth Fairy Letter” app. The app, which is designed for both the iPhone and the iPad, is available for free at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ask-for-tooth-fairy-magic/id787383328?mt=8.

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Girls can Magic Message their Tooth Fairy from any iOS phone or iPad whenever and wherever they need her.

Now girls can send and decorate Magic Messages from their iPhone or iPad to their Real Tooth Fairy and ask her to bring them a personalized Tooth Fairy Letter, thanks to a new app from The Real Tooth Fairies. The app, “Ask For a Tooth Fairy Magic Letter,” is available just in time for National Tooth Fairy Day, February 28th.

“The Real Tooth Fairies have opened up a magical communication channel between Earth and Real Fairyland so girls can Magic Message their Tooth Fairy from any iOS phone or iPad whenever and wherever they need her,” says Rachel Frankel, Vice President of the Royal Council of Real Fairyland, LLC.

The app is just the latest Tooth Fairy magic from the award-winning, KidSafe certified world of The Real Tooth Fairies - http://www.TheRealToothFairies.com - an entertainment company dedicated to offering the complete tooth fairy experience to families. In this magical world, the mission of the Real Tooth Fairies is to inspire a girl’s imagination, foster creativity, offer character-building content, and encourage girls to spread kindness and change the world.

How it works is simple. Just download the free app (for ages 5+), which is available at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ask-for-tooth-fairy-magic/id787383328?mt=8.

Opening the app allows girls to register for free to meet their very own Real Tooth Fairy – girls gets matched to their Tooth Fairy during the Royal Quiz, which consists of four simple questions about the girl’s interests. This begins a magical relationship between a Real Tooth Fairy and an “Earthie,” as human girls are called, where the two write back and forth like best friends sharing all of a growing girl’s day to day experiences – her proud moments and her heartaches.

In the app, an Earthie girl can pick from 15 different topics going on in her daily life, and then write a Magic Message her Real Tooth Fairy about that topic. Topics include: being proud of an activity, making friends, doing a good job at school, a big day in sports, having a hard time, taking care of my teeth, a birthday, being sick or injured, or EVEN having a lost tooth!

Girls love to custom decorate the Magic Message to their fairy with 200+ creative decorations. Then, they see their message fly to their Tooth Fairy in Real Fairyland. With parent permission, the tooth fairy can even write letters back to the girl and deliver them to her pillow.

The app is available in English and will be released in Spanish later in 2014.

“Moms and dads love the letters because the Tooth Fairy is also a caring mentor and friend for the challenges every growing girl faces – like having a friendship dilemma or a hard time at home,” says Frankel. “And now a girl can contact her Real Tooth Fairy whenever she needs her and, with parent permission, and get a letter back that affirms her and celebrates how special she is.”

About The Real Tooth Fairies

The Real Tooth Fairies are represented to Earthies by the Royal Council of the Real Fairyland, LLC, an entertainment company dedicated to the production of excellence in programming and interactive media, tied to consumer products that inspire imagination, foster creativity, and encourage children to spread kindness and change the world. The Real Tooth Fairies focus on character-building through positive role models, the 20 Lost Tooth Virtues, and the Every Kindness Counts program.

Marilyn Bollinger, CEO of The Real Tooth Fairies, is the author of many Disney books and has consulted for LeapFrog, Fisher-Price and other top children’s companies. As a licensed clinical social worker, she has practiced family and children’s therapy and been leader of parenting workshops. And of course, she’s honored to be the Earth’s ambassador to all things Real Fairyland, where Love is Magic and Every Kindness Counts.

Download the Free “Ask For a Tooth Fairy Magic Letter” App at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ask-for-tooth-fairy-magic/id787383328?mt=8.

Girls can Get Matched to their Real Tooth Fairy for free at http://www.TheRealToothFairies.com/registration.

Parents can learn more about The Real Tooth Fairies at http://www.TheRealToothFairies.com/for-parents.

After a girl is registered, parents can ask her Real Tooth Fairy to bring a “Taking Care of My Teeth” letter to her pillow at http://www.TheRealToothFairies.com/for-parents/magic-letter-login.

See the "How to Brush Your Teeth" webisode at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtWozvmZsBQ.

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