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Los Angeles, CA
Dearest Tooth Fairy,
I woke up this morning in an unusual mood. I started to push every tooth. I finally stopped at a front tooth. I already lost the other front tooth, as you know. I went into the kitchen and got an apple. It was a Pink Lady. It reminded me of you because once when I wrote you before you wrote me back, "I wear a pink dress." I washed it in the sink. I bit into the Pink Lady apple. My tooth didn't come out, but then I noticed that it got more wiggley.
I packed my backpack and dressed in a purple shirt and pink leggings and waved good-bye to Dad on the curb. I wiggled my tooth again and again on the bus. It still didn't come out! When I got to school, I went right into Physical Education (P.E.). I tried to run, but I couldn't. I was so worried about my tooth. All the students in my class yelled at me except for my bestest friend Jessica.
After P.E., I took out my snack. I had a big brownie. I unwrapped it out of the tinfoil. I took a humongous bite. "Yum," I said, but when my teeth hit each other to say Yum, my tooth wiggled and then fell out into the Pink Berry bush. "I can't believe it," I said to Jessica. Me and Jessica looked through the bush but we couldn't find it. I was so sad. I knew I couldn't put it under my pillow tonight.
I wanted to write you about how you handle all the teeth you get, and will I still get money even though I lost my tooth under a bush? Maybe you could go look for it for me. Please.
Your friend, Peri
P.S. You know you could keep a second mushroom down there and eat pink delicious berries and have ladybug friends. Please try to look for it
Dear Tooth Fairy,
I lost a tooth today. I think I lost it in my room. I think a brown mouse brought it to his den and made it a trophy. My tooth was light yellow. Can you please leave a surprise anyway?