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The Missing Tooth By: Mary PackardJohn Acampora INCD Pan
None of my teeth had fallen out yet.I had a big Problem. I was just so upset! None of my teeth had fallen out yet.
Top and bottom each night.I checked out my teeth, Top and bottom each night. Not one tooth was loose. Each one was in tight.
In school I would give each tooth a good nudge.It was no use. My teeth did not budge.
A mouth filled with teeth makes you feel like a fool.You see, in the first grade, Spacey smiles are so cool.
Max lost his front toothWhen he played hide and go seek. And Jen lost her tooth in an Apple last week.
Then this morning at breakfast, my tooth just popped out! I jumpedoff my chair and let out a shout!
I said. “My tooth just feel out“Hey, Mom! Hey, Dad! Look what happened!” I said. “My tooth just feel out when I bit down on my bread!”
I felt with my tongue where my tooth used to be. It felt empty and strange— And just perfect to me!
I showed off my gap when I got on the bus. And even the driver made a big fuss.
When I got to school it took quite a while to show everyone my new spacey smile.
“Hi sweetheart,” she said.At the end of the day, I saw Grandma Ruth. “Hi sweetheart,” she said. “Will you show me your tooth?”
I reached into my pocket. “Sure Grandma,” I said. But my tooth wasn’t there— Just a big hole instead.
We searched and we searched. We looked all around. But hard as we tried, My tooth couldn’t be found.
I got ready for bed and much to my shock—There was a tooth tumbling out of my sock!
It had slipped through my pocket, not making a sound. And dropped into my sock. Hooray! It was found!
It was tooth fairy night!So I got into bed and turned out the light. And best part of all— It was tooth fairy night!
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