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Tooth traditions around the world

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Manners and customs,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Folklore,
  • Teeth

Book details:

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A look at some of the customs people around the world have for lost teeth.

Edition Notes

Statementby Ann Malaspina ; illustrated by Elisa Chavarri
SeriesTraditions around the world, Traditions around the world
ContributionsChavarri, Elisa, illustrator
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQM311 .M25 2013
The Physical Object
Pagination32 pages :
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26499337M
ISBN 101614734305
ISBN 109781614734307
LC Control Number2012946516
OCLC/WorldCa810122508

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  Summary: This book is about tooth traditions from around the American culture there is the tooth fairy and the tooth is placed under the pillow at night. The book lists the countries by continent and gives information about the tooth tradition in each country.4/5. Compare the places children put their teeth (glass, cotton, roof, etc.), the people, animals, or objects that take the Look for connections between the part of the world children live in and the tradition they follow. Ask students to identify some of the traditions that are most like their own. She continues to write fiction and nonfiction books, articles, and educational materials for children and adults. She is the author of TOOTH TALES FROM AROUND THE WORLD, THE DIARY OF A DRUMMER'S BOY (Millbrook) and RAINY DAYS AND RAINBOWS (World Book). Marlene lives in Illinois with her : $   Title: Tooth Traditions around the World Author: Ann Malaspina Illustrator: Elisa Chavarri Publisher: Child's World Publication Date: January, Genre/Format: Non-Fiction Expository/Picture Book GoodReads Summary: Explores global traditions surrounding the loss of first teeth, including the tooth fairy, the tooth mouse, and beliefs to make teeth strong.

The first time the Tooth Fairy was in the World Book Encyclopedia was in The average American tooth is worth around $ The first lost tooth gets an average of $ These are lower than what was paid in In the Tooth Fairy gave out a total of $ million in America. If children think a visit from the Tooth Fairy is the only way to trade in baby teeth, they're in for a surprise. Beeler's funny and intriguing sampling of lost-tooth traditions from around the world shows that teeth are every bit as likely to end up down a mouse hole, in the stomach of a dog, or on the roof of a house, as they are under a pillowReviews: Well, that depends on what society you’re living in. We all abide by many unwritten rules and adhere to customs that might seem unusual or counterintuitive to outsiders. Of course, some are more unusual or counterintuitive than others. Here are 50 unique customs and traditions from around the world that probably make no sense to you or me.   The Tooth Fairy and Other Traditions When You Lose a Tooth |1. The Tooth the book “Throw Your Tooth on the Roof, Tooth Traditions from Around the World.”. A: Ahoy. A nautical hail, once the dreaded war cry of the Vikings. Airdale. A naval aviator. It can also refer to any member of the naval aviation community, officer or enlisted. FAQ.

Tooth Traditions around the World Ann Malaspina (author), Elisa Chavarri (illustrator) Publisher: The Child's World ISBN: Sign in to Read Description. Explores global traditions surrounding the loss of first teeth, including the tooth fairy, the tooth mouse, and beliefs to make teeth strong. After reading Selby B. Beeler's Throw Your Tooth on the Roof: Tooth Traditions from Around the World, which outlines some of the folk beliefs and customs concerning the disposal of baby teeth found throughout the world, I thought it would be interesting to track down a collection of tooth-themed book from Marlene Targ Brill seemed like it would fit the bill admirably, but /5. Get this from a library! Tooth traditions around the world. [Ann Malaspina; Elisa Chavarri] -- A look at some of the customs people around the world have for lost teeth.   Travel around the world and discover the surprising things children do when they lose a tooth. Selby B. Beeler spent years collecting traditions from every corner of the globe for this whimsical book, and illustrator G. Brian Karas adds to the fun, filling every page with humorous : HMH Books.