Gotta Love Teachers!
When authors birth a book, they have no idea if it anyone else on the planet will care that they took the time (often many, many hours of time) to pen it. I stumbled across this video today, of Krista Muska reading my book You Think It’s Easy Being the Tooth Fairy? — with a thick Jersey accent! HA! The Tooth Fairy has connections to the mob! (Just kidding! Krista adopted the accent just for this stellar performance! Gosh, she’s good!)
Krista’s reading, in a word, delighted me. Love her accent, love her enthusiasm, love that she loves my book and will be using it in her classroom. Watch Krista as she shares with readers just how hard the Tooth Fairy works! #givethefairysomelove
Teachers, did you know you can order soft-cover copies of You Think It’s Easy Being the Tooth Fairy? from Scholastic? Yay! Just follow this link!
Here’s how kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Lindsey, used You Think It’s Easy Being the Tooth Fairy? in her classroom to complete her unit on the Tooth Fairy and Dental Health. Cool!
Here’s the Reading & Writing Unit for First Grade that first-grade teacher Jessica Hursh developed that incorporates You Think It’s Easy Being the Tooth Fairy?. Jessica has a really great teaching resource blog titled The Teacher Talk.
I love hearing that teachers find my book to be a handy classroom resource!!