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My Tooth Is LOST! (Monkey & Cake)

By Drew Daywalt   Illustrated by Olivier Tallec   

Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338143881 Hardcover
56 Pages | 6.781" x 9.327" | Ages 4 to 8

Scholastic Inc. | ISBN 9781338143898 Ebook
56 Pages | Ages 4 to 8

From the bestselling author of The Day the Crayons Quit comes another hilarious friendship story from Monkey & Cake. This time Monkey lost a tooth... will Cake be able to help Monkey find it?

Meet Monkey and Cake. They are silly and they are curious. Sometimes they agree. Sometimes they do not. But Monkey and Cake are always best friends. From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Day the Crayons Quit, Drew Daywalt, and illustrator Olivier Tallec, comes a fresh duo Monkey and Cake. In this book, Monkey has lost a tooth! This makes Monkey sad. Cake reassures Monkey that the tooth fairy will come... but Monkey isn't so sure. Can Cake help find the lost tooth instead?With Daywalt's signature voice and style, the relatable humor of Elephant and Piggie, and the wise friendship of Frog and Toad, Monkey and Cake invites readers to laugh along and let their imaginations soar.

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Praise for Monkey & Cake:*

"On the theory that it's never too early to start considering the deep questions... eventually, in easy-to-follow steps, [Cake] comes around to the only logical position: that whatever is or is not in the box is more a matter of belief than something provable." — Booklist, starred review

"EXUBERANT, EXPRESSIVE AND FULL OF PHILOSOPHICAL INQUIRY... 4- to 8-year-olds will practice not only simple sentences but also a thought experiment... in a humorous coda, readers discover what seems to be the impossible truth." — The Wall Street Journal

"Daywalt (The Day the Crayons Quit) and Tallec (This Book Will Not Be Fun) have crafted a delightful, philosophical romp that will please and intrigue beginning readers.... Funny and thought-provoking. A definite purchase for beginning reader collections." — School Library Journal