When Grandma’s False Teeth Fly, by Mary Lee

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MWSA Review

Being picked on seems to have become a common practice today and none suffer more from it than young children. When Grandma’s False Teeth Fly is a life lesson written for those children. Coping skills are often overlooked by parents and teachers alike. The lack of those skills can and does cause lifetime issues for those children into adulthood.

Mary Lee has put a simple to understand message out there for all children and it would go even further if the adults in the child’s life read them.

Reviewed by: Greenwald, Jim (2012)

Author's Synopsis

Katie is not a little girl anymore--she is six years old!  But some mean girls at school still tease her about her chipped baby tooth.  Katies seeks advice from her grandma, who will tell her a hilarious story that encourages her to use humor instead of anger or sadness to solve her problems. Join Katie and Grandma for a touching, funny, and inspiring story about...