Unlimited Squirrels: I Lost My Tooth! by Mo Willems

Unlimited Squirrels: I Lost My Tooth!

If you enjoy Elephant & Piggie, you need to try: Try Unlimited Squirrels! Unlimited Squirrels are furry friends with fuzzy ends!

Back with another breakout beginning-reader series is the creator of the revolutionary, award-winning, best-selling Elephant & Piggie books, Mo Willems! This time, there is an ensemble cast of Squirrels, acorns, and pop-in guests who host a page-turning extravaganza!

In the first book of this new series, I Lost My Tooth!, Zoom Squirrel has lost a front tooth! His squirrel friends leap into action when they discover the tooth was missing and that it was just a baby baby tooth! Do you know more about teeth than the Squirrels do? You will by the end of this book!

Daughter’s Reaction

My 6-year-old daughter enjoyed the book and the adorable artwork. She was able to read the entire book herself and definitely related to it as she has a few missing baby teeth herself!

Overall

This book was a definitely page-turner for me. Each page I read, I kept wanting to see how these silly squirrels will react next! The artwork is super cute and the stories are quite hilarious.

This book is divided into 7 sections — a funny, furry adventure story, a joke, nutty facts, another silly joke, a quirky quiz, yet another joke, and the tale end. There are over 90 pages of adorable squirrels in this book that will put a smile on your face.

My daughter and I both enjoyed the book and we recommend it for your family as well. This book is great for ages 6-8 years old and will be released October 2nd, 2018 where ever books are sold. In the meantime, check out these Unlimited Squirrels: Activity Sheets!


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About the Author: Daynah is a mother of two who’s passionate about technology and the web. She enjoys blogging about motherhood and crafty Disney projects, as well as browsing Pinterest. You can find her at latest crafts at Scrapp’n and join her motherhood journey at CoderBaby.com. You can also follow her on Twitter.

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