Donna M. Zappala
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I am the mother of 3 little girls as well as a children's author. My fictional stories have nonfictional facts woven into them. Each book includes each one of my girls-- I am new to blogging and hope to share my thoughts, experiences and my books with all the moms--

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Perfect book for children who are about to lose their first tooth!---GREAT FOR TEACHERS AND PARENTS

Posted on August 13, 2013 at 5:34pm 0 Comments

Gabby awakes one night to find the Tooth Fairy in her room. When she asks what happens to lost teeth, the Tooth Fairy allows Gabby to take a wondrous trip across the world to a magical place called Tooth Town.



http://www.dragonflypubs.com/dfp/gabbyandthetoothfairy.html…

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