The Tooth Fairy Legend by John Arthur Long audiobook

The Tooth Fairy Legend: The Touch of Kindness

By John Arthur Long  and Chet Meyer
Read by John Arthur Long

Vellum Publishing 9780971074903

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Format : Library CD (In Stock)
  • ISBN: 9781982603861

  • ISBN: 9781982603854

  • ISBN: 9781982603878

Runtime: 1.57 Hours
Category: Fiction/Fantasy
Audience: Children (4–7)
Language: English

Summary

Summary

Nominated for the 2019 Voice Arts Award for Best Narrator

Nominated for the 2019 Voice Arts Award for Best Producer

Nominated for the 2019 Voice Arts Award for Best Sound Design

At last, the reason behind the Tooth Fairy’s visits to children is revealed in The Tooth Fairy Legend: The Touch of Kindness. Never before has this timeless myth of childhood been so clearly defined in story and song. Learn why the teeth collected by the Tooth Fairy are taken to the Isle of Kindness, and why the Tooth Fairy’s job is much more vital than anyone imagined.

This double CD set includes the narrated story and fully orchestrated songs sung by a cast that includes children of all ages. The Tooth Fairy Legend: The Touch of Kindness is a wondrous tale that will thrill the imagination of every child who has ever awaited, or ever will await, the visit of the Tooth Fairy!

The Tooth Fairy Legend: The Touch of Kindness is an important book for children for many reasons:

  • Families can enjoy the excitement of a fantasy-adventure story that does not resort to violence to entertain.
  • The “chapter book” concept allows for a daily story time that children can eagerly anticipate.
  • The Tooth Fairy Legend: The Touch of Kindness reinforces many important values: kindness to others, respect for all people, forgiveness, acceptance of others’ differences, responsibility, giving versus selfishness, the power of love and affection, helping and friendship, honesty, and having an important role within society.

If you feel these elements are important and would like to see them reinforced through a young child’s reading, this audiobook should be a part of your family library.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“Strongly recommended for family, school, and community library collections, The Tooth Fairy Legend is highly enjoyable for reading or listening.” Midwest Book Review

Reviews

Reviews

Author

Author Bio: John Arthur Long

Author Bio: John Arthur Long

John Arthur Long taught English, creative writing, and assorted drama courses on the high school level in public education and pursued a professional writing career. His novels include The Harvard Man, The Mean, The Sign of the Guardian, which was optioned for film, and Eve of Regression, translated into several different languages. He has also been active as both a writer and a director in theater. He is the co-author and audio narrator of a children’s book, The Tooth Fairy Legend, based on his original family theatrical musical for which he co-wrote the music and which columnist Liz Smith called “delicious” on its New York premiere. He is also co-author of Dragula The Musical and the book version, Dragula The Transvespire, under the pseudonym Dijk Stroka. He has been nominated for best director for the Chain Theatre’s off-Broadway revival production of Wait until Dark. He was honored at the high school where he was employed by having a wing of the school titled “John Long Alley” as a thank you for his years of service.

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Author Bio: Chet Meyer

Author Bio: Chet Meyer

Chet Meyer has written and edited films, public service announcements, and a consumer magazine, but his special love is the short story. He has taught secondary level English literature and language, creative writing, and film studies. Meyer’s solo and collaborative writings are quite diverse: The Tooth Fairy Legend: The Touch of Kindness is a children’s read-along-and-listen chapter book, Conspiracy is a musical spoof of the Chicago Seven trial, Entwined is a screenplay about the lives of Chang and Eng, the original Siamese twins; The Sand Table Scorpion is a humorous Vietnam War–era romp through the jungles of combat and bureaucracy by a comic-book-style superhero; and The Final Performance of “The Mobled Queen” is a two-act play set in the home of a college professor and based on the siege and fall of Troy.

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Details

Details

Available Formats : CD, Library CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Fantasy
Runtime: 1.57
Audience: Children (4–7)
Language: English