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3.6  ·  Rating Details ·  5 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
This is a one-of-a-kind fairy. No gauzy dresses or flowing tresses for her. No delicate wand with a sparkly tip. She rides a Harley and brandishes a wand of leather. Her hair flies behind her in long braids. Her job is to look after the magical need of the children on the street. And no child needs to worry when she is around! Right now the trouble lies with Victoria and h ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2001 by Orca Book Publishers
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David Bouchard's Harley-driving tooth fairy is fun, and truly one-of-a-kind (she wears a leather jacket and black leather pants, no frilly pink dress for her). But while I appreciate that she watches over her neighbourhood (and teaches lessons to those who require them), I find some if not many of her methods operandi rather disconcerting. They could even be considered acts of active and potentially nasty degradation, and while I certainly did laugh at first, in retrospect, I think the tooth fai ...more
Jun 11, 2016 Beverly rated it liked it
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I liked this book OK--the illustrations were OK, but I was not extremely impressed. It was a nice change of pace to have a motorcycle riding fairy patrolling her neighborhood, and defending the bullied. There are children who will find the two boys whose pants fell down hilarious. I even chuckled at the dad who was being levitated through the air. I did notice that while the fairy is highly visible in several pictures, in others she is a little more difficult to spot, making this book partially ...more
Sep 18, 2015 Brightdreamer rated it really liked it
The primary attraction here is the art, with the unconventional imagery of a trench coat-garbed granny fairy popping wheelies on her mini magic-powered motorbike. The story's not half bad, though, as the fairy works to ensure that a jaded father doesn't spoil the magic of the Tooth Fairy tradition for his innocent little girl. Adults often forget the important things, she laments... but a little dose of fairy magic can remind them.
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Canadian Métis author and literacy advocate David Bouchard has produced more than fifty books for readers of all ages, including two guides on reading for parents and educators.

An erstwhile teacher and school principal, he is particularly concerned with Aboriginal-related issues and is a sought-after speaker for conference keynotes and school presentations and on topics of reading, literacy and ab
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