Sunday, June 30, 2013

Mini Reviews: Emma & the Tooth Fairy and Monster Security Service by Devri Walls and Jenn Callis

  • Publisher: Walcal Publishing
  • Publish Date: June 12th, 2013
  • Source: eBook provided by Devri Walls for review
Purchase: Amazon

Emma wanted more than anything to figure out what the tooth fairy did with all the teeth! In this delightful story, Emma finally gets her answer!

My Thoughts

Having a young daughter, I am always looking for great books to read with her. This one was cute and fun. She doesn't really know about the Tooth Fairy yet, but she thought the story was really great. As I was reading it, she wanted to know what the Tooth Fairy did with the teeth too, and when we got to the end of the book she had a big smile on her face and wanted to read it again.

I think this is a great book for kids who are between 4 and probably 6 or 7. It's a fun story about Emma's curiosity about where the teeth really go, and why the fairies would need them. I found it to be charming and cute, and a book that I will enjoy reading again and again to my daughter. I would highly recommend it to day cares as well.



  • Publisher: Walcal Publishing
  • Publish Date: June 12th, 2013
  • Source: eBook provided by Devri Walls for review
Purchase: Amazon

Who do you call when there are monsters under your bed? Monster Security Services, of course! They will keep all monsters away for a small, negotiable fee. But--if your mom asks where all the socks have gone, don't mention who you have been feeding them to. She won't believe you anyway.

My Thoughts

This book was very entertaining. How many kids think they have monsters under their beds or in their closets? Well, this book goes about it in a super fun way. To keep the monsters away, there is the Monster Security Service, which is actually run by a monster. No need to worry though. He's quiet and friendly, but he just needs payment of certain items to keep up his duties. Socks, shirts, spoons, those types of things.

This was super cute with the boy trying to sneak around and get the items he needs to pay his security monster. He is happy to do it though since he gets a good night sleep. And he also thinks it's funny when his non monster believing mom starts saying that there must be a sock monster. This book is sure to be a hit for kids. I know that it is one I have now read a few times!!




* These books were provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. I did not receive any compensation. 

12 comments:

  1. I really need to get my reviews for these books up. They are really good children's books. So glad you enjoyed them, too!

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  2. Oh I bet my kids would like these. My daughter was always asking what the tooth fairy did with the teeth. She even wrote her a note to ask. Unfortunately the tooth fairy wouldn't divulge those secrets.

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  3. Fun stories. I think my son will like these.

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  4. I need to do my reviews for these too. My kids love them!

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    1. Yeah!!! I wasn't sure how it went, I am glad they liked them!

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