What If You Had Animal Teeth!?

What If You Had Animal Teeth!?

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What if an animal's teeth grew into the space where you lost your two front teeth? Describes the characteristics of different animals' teeth, including beavers, camels, Bengal tigers, and narwhals.
Publisher: New York :, Scholastic Inc.,, [2013]
Copyright Date: ©2013
ISBN: 9780545484381
Branch Call Number: j591.47 MAR
Characteristics: 32 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: McWilliam, Howard 1977-- Illustrator


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Jan 03, 2020

What would you do if you lost your front teeth and an animal’s teeth filled that vacancy instead? One kid welcomed his new beaver teeth so he could gnaw on stuff. One little girl loved her new shark teeth because she would never have a gap, especially since there was a secondary row. Another little boy loved his crocodile teeth because they stuck out when his mouth was closed.

This fun read has hilarious illustrations along with animal photos and a few fun facts about them. Parents will love this book for kids because it’s a fun way to get them picking up a book. The back pages share with kids how to care for their teeth and also how kids are alright just being themselves.

Aug 02, 2015

Funny science book. My 1st grader loved it.

orange_dolphin_185 Jun 11, 2014

funny pictures and really cool facts

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orange_dolphin_185 Jun 11, 2014

orange_dolphin_185 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over


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orange_dolphin_185 Jun 11, 2014

In this book you learn about animal teeth like a beaver's front teeth are shaped like chisels and are very sharp or a great white shark's front teeth are like all its' others 2 inches long an edge like a steak knife.


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orange_dolphin_185 Jun 11, 2014

A Narwhal's long front tooth grows right through it's upper lip


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