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  • Writer's pictureJoey Paco

My amazing visit to the Tooth Fairy’s castle.

Mom, mom look! My fans came back to read my second blog! Mom is happy for me because I am building my fans base. Now I feel like a big star. (wink)

Welcome back! In my first blog, I talked about Mom and myself. Today, I will tell you about my amazing visit to the Tooth Fairy’s Castle.

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 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 but no it was nowhere! I rushed to my desk, wrote a letter to the Tooth Fairy, and placed it under my pillow. I felt better after writing the letter.

Next morning 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 my first interview at

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

Joey Paco


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