Blog 1-My amazing visit to the Tooth Fairy’s castle.

"Joey trifft die Zahnfee". Die Zahnfee hat einen fliegenden Rollstuhl. The Tooth Fairy is handicapped and has a hoovering chair. Using the elevator, they move between the four floors of the Tooth Fairy Castle located in outer space..

About young blogger and co-author, Joey Paco

Hello and surprise! 

I was the July Featured Guest. At the bottom of the post, you will find the link to my interview. I talked about my debut book, “Joey trifft die Zahnfee.” Wow, I sound like a professional author. But before I get distracted, I will tell you about myself. 

I am an adventurous and curious eight-year-old. I enjoy riding my bike, doing sports, reading, and our family travels. I also keep a journal about my unusual adventures. I am also very persistent; at least, that is what my mom says.

And talking about my mom, she allowed me to blog here for the next few months. She said it is good to promote my book. But before I publish my blogs, we review them together. We are a great team! She also supervises my online activities. I don’t mind, she does. She cares about me and keeps me safe from the big bad wolf out there. Yes, my mom is also very dramatic. (wink) I know she loves me and knows what is best for me. It is important to be obedient to our parents and be honest.

 

My amazing visit to the Tooth Fairy’s Castle

Now I will talk briefly about my first adventure,  “Joey Meets the Tooth Fairy.” (“Joey trifft die Zahnfee”)

It all began with a bad day at school. The school bus was late again, and my friends were talking about the gifts they got from the Tooth Fairy. What is the problem, you asked? Hm, I was a late tether. It was my most well-kept secret. Then my friends found out about it and made fun of me. It hurt my feelings. I was upset when I came home. I talked with Mom about it and felt better after she hugged me. At bedtime, Dad told me a science-fiction story about the Tooth Fairy. He even showed me how to find her castle in the dark sky. My dad is a great storyteller! 

It was a stormy night. The loud sound of thunder woke me up. I fell out of bed, wrapped in my blanket. I felt a tooth was missing. Where was it? I was clueless and puzzled. I looked everywhere. In desperation, I wrote a letter to the Tooth Fairy and placed it under my pillow. I went back to sleep. 

When I woke up, I was happy because I got a toy version of “Vitric.” During breakfast, I would not stop talking about my visit to the Tooth Fairy’s castle and my special gift. It was awesome. My mom suggested writing it down in my traveling journal before I forget about it. I smiled at mom and said, “Are you kidding me? Who can forget that?” 

In the next blog, I will tell you more about the Tooth Fairy and her frog, Vitric.   

Remember to brush your teeth and keep them shiny for the Tooth Fairy. 

Joey

 

About the book

Joey trifft die Zahnfee (Ein einzigartiges Kinder-Bilderbuch mit Thema Inklusion)

 

Where to buy the book:

A list of some places where you can buy his book, hier

Europe: to buy the book directly from the publisher, BoD

Merchandise

You will find a selection of items related to his book, hier

Interview

Joey was the July Featured Author. He shared with my readers, information about his book and his visit to the wheelchaired Tooth Fairy’s castle.

About Author

Tannia E. Ortiz-Lopes is a Puerto-Rican, trilingual, multi-genre, Christian author. Furthermore, she is a stock photographer, public speaker, freelance book reviewer, songwriter, bag designer, and hobby historian. Languages: Spanish, English, and German. Author's website: www.timewithtannia.com

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