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Cory is a young tooth fairy in training who wants to be anything but that, except there's no way the Tooth Fairy Guild or her mother will let that happen. After yet another bad night on the job, Cory quits to explore other things--like babysitting an adventurous Humpty Dumpty, helping Suzy organize seashells by the seashore, and attempting to finally rid the spiders that plague Marjorie Muffet. But it isn't until Marjorie asks Cory to help set her up with a boy that Cory taps into a power she never knew she had. As she tries to understand her new-found romantic visions, will Cory finally discover her own true path?
Just as she did with her Wide-Awake Princess series, E.D. Baker spins a tale that is poised to launch her to the top of the fairy tale canon with a new series that fans of Gail Carson Levine and Diana Wynne Jones.
©2014 E. D. Baker (P)2014 Audible Inc.
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By Angela Hunt on 01-27-15

Just alright

I really loved her Wide - Awake Princess series so I did not hesitate to check this book out. It was ok but I like her other books better.

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By Jen V. on 10-31-17

enjoyable story

This now one of my favorite versions of fairy tale stories. I love the mix of classic fairytale characters and stories. Absolutely worth reading /listening to.

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