Tooth Trouble

Tooth Trouble Wilbur s tusk hurts but he still does not want to go to the dentist until Grandpa persuades him that it might help

  • Title: Tooth Trouble
  • Author: Jane Clarke Cecilia Johansson
  • ISBN: 9780439744966
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Wilbur s tusk hurts but he still does not want to go to the dentist until Grandpa persuades him that it might help.

    • Tooth Trouble BY Jane Clarke Cecilia Johansson
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      Published :2019-05-27T17:45:56+00:00

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    1. See also pseudonym Hayley Daze.Jane Elizabeth Clarke born in 1954 is an English writer of children s books and poetry Her best known books include Gilbert the Great illustrated by Charles Fuge and Stuck in the Mud illustrated by Garry Parsons Jane has published over 45 books including works used for children s reading schemes in schools CBeebies Bedtime Stories have featured two of Jane s books, Stuck in the Mud read by Will Mellor and Knight Time read by Jake Wood Stuck in the Mud is also featured with a U.S Book Club edition published by Inc which includes a CD audio edition This audio edition is produced by Beatstreet Productions, NYC, directed by Cheryl Smith, read by Cassandra Morris and features music composed by Michael Abbott.Jane Clarke is a team writer on three different popular series Dinosaur Cove series created by Working Partners Ltd and published by Oxford University Press , Puddle the naughtiest puppy series created by Working Partners Ltd and published by Ladybird Books Ltd and Battersea Dogs and Cats Home created by Random House Children s Books and published by Red Fox Jane was born 17 December 1954 and brought up in Kettering, Northamptonshire, England From 1972 to 1975 Jane attend the University of Birmingham where she earned a combined Bachelor of Arts with honours in archaeology and history In 1981 she completed a PhD in archaeology from University College London.On 5 November 1977 Jane married Chemical Engineer Martin Clarke, whose work took them to Mexico, Brazil, the United States, Wales and the Netherlands Together they raised two sons, Andrew and Robert both born in Wales During her doctoral studies Jane lectured at University College London 1978 79 Thereafter she lectured at University College Cardiff in Wales part time 1981 83 , and also taught history at Bryn Hafren School in Barry, Wales 1979 83 After Jane moved with her family to the Netherlands Koewacht , she began working part time as a librarian at the Antwerp International School It was during this time when she started her career as a children s author.Jane s husband, Martin, died of a heart attack in Antwerp, Belgium on 20 December 2001 In June 2005, Jane moved from the Netherlands back to Kent near Deal in England where she now lives.Aside from writing children s books, Jane spends a significant amount of time inspiring children to read and write She frequently visits schools throughout the UK and Europe to do so.Jane has also done support work for various charitable organisations including Ellenor Lions Children s Hospice, Institute of Cancer Research The Clapham Grand , Battersea Dogs and Cats Home and READ promotes reading in Africa.

    2. In this book there is a walrus named Wilbur. Wilbur ended up having a tusk ache but he did not want to go to the dentist. Wilbur kept being put in situations where his tusk hurt. Eventually he learned that even if we don't want to do things there are somethings that we have to do.I LOVED this book! It was a cute and informative to help kids realize when you need to do what you don't want to do.I would use this book to try and help the students know how to deal with tough situations.

    3. Wilbur did not want to go to the dentist. After Wilbur's Tooth starts to hurt after enjoying a meal with his mom he starts to change his mind and his Grandpa helps him make that decision.

    4. Great book for young elementary students when talking about health and the importance of going to the dentist!

    5. This adorable book follows the story of Wilbur Walrus and his tooth trouble. One day he's eating crayfish with his mother when his tooth starts hurting. He initially refuses multiple times to go to the dentist, but eventually after a talk with grandpa, he realizes the importance of a visit.Ages: Early readers (Daycare/Pre-K to 1st Grade)Rated 3 out of 5 stars for:- Adorable illustrations (paintings) and good typography- Simple, repetitive story- Easy to understand - Cute characters- Good way of [...]

    6. Wilbur's tusk starts to hurt him while playing and eating, but Wilbur does not want to go to the dentist. He visits his grappa who comfort him about not wanting to go to the dentist. His grappa encouraged him to go to the dentist, but he was able to fix Wilbur's tusk issue himself. Wilbur's grappa has tusk issues and needs to see the dentist as well but refuses to go, and now Wilbur is encouraging his grandpa to go to the dentist. Fear of dentist is not only issue or children but a far that exis [...]

    7. The young walrus in this story has a tusk that hurts, but he is too afraid to go to the dentist. His grandfather helps him out but then ends up with a tusk that hurts him. His grandson encourages him to go to the dentist but grandpa too is afraid to go to the dentist. It shows children that adults and children have fears. A fear of the dentist is one that is real and a lot of people young and old have had. But it also shows that it is important for us to face our fears and to take care of our te [...]

    8. AR Quiz No. 125583 EN FictionAccelerated Reader Quiz Information IL: LG - BL: 2.6 - AR Pts: 0.5Accelerated Reader Quiz Type Information AR Quiz Types: RP, RVWilber's tusk hurts but he does not want to go to the dentist. Granpa persuades Wilber that there are worse things than the dentist. The story is very good for children who are scared of the dentist. This text uses lots of contractions, pronouns and possessive nouns. There is alot of dialogue that is set off by quotation marks.

    9. This book is about a walrus named Wilbur who has a tusk-ache. Other walruses tell Wilbur he will have to go to the dentist but he does not want to go. However, after seeing his grandpas tusk, he realizes it is important to go to the dentist. This book would be nice for teaching children that sometimes we have to do things we do not want to do but in the long run it pays off.

    10. This is a great book to read to children to get them to understand the importance of going to the dentist and not being fearful of them. When Wilbur noticed his Grandpa's broken tusk, he realized that he did not want his tusks looking like that so he decided that it was time for him to go to the dentist.

    11. Wilbur the walrus has a tooth ache, but he really doesn't want to visit the dentist. He thought it would be scary, but after a few activities where it really hurt his tooth, and talking to his grandpa, he finally agreed to go to the dentist. After all that, it wasn't bad at all.

    12. This is a really cute book for students to read whenever they start loosing teeth and start going to the dentist or doctor. The walrus in the story is scared to go to the dentist, but has the courage to go in the end and it works out for the better.

    13. I'm loving all the books about losing teeth! This is a great book for students to read who are losing their teeth left and right. It talks about the importance of going to the dentist and keeping your teeth clean. Great for free reading or a read aloud.

    14. Wilbur is afraid to go to the dentist, but with a little encouragement, he faces his fear and goes. This is a great story to read to students who are always loosing their teeth, maybe kindergarten-second grade. This books stresses the importance of brushing your teeth in a fun, friendly way.

    15. Wilbur's tusk hurts but he does not want to go to the dentist! Finally, grandpa convinces him to go to the dentist, who shows Wilbur how to take care of his tusks. This is a good lesson about teeth cleaning.

    16. I really enjoyed reading this book since it was all about a baby walrus. With that being said, I think that this book could easily be used to convince a child that it is important to go to the dentist regularly so that they don't get cavities.

    17. This is a cute focused on tooth health. Kids will be able to relate because a lot of them may be afraid of the dentist. The book can show them that if they have a problem, to not be afraid of the doctor. They are there to help you feel better!

    18. This book would be fun to read with first graders who are all about teeth. This was the dollar special from scholastic I ordered and I like it pretty well. This would be great to have in a classroom for students free reading. It teaches good lessons about going to the dentist.

    19. This book is great for showing how to face fear. It is also helpful for showing the importance of brushing your teeth. It is a cute book that uses a little walrus as a the main character. He is afraid to go to the dentist.

    20. This is a good book to use with young children especially kindergarten. You could use it when talking about the importance of the dentist and why we need a dentist. It's also a good book to practice inferring with.

    21. This is a good book to show children that it is alright to go to the dentist. This will show children how important our teeth are and how we need to take care of them. This is a good book for early readers.

    22. Okay book. The pictures are cute but it was a little boring. It is a good teeth cleaning lesson however. I don't really recommend it.

    23. I would say this is a good book to read to children when talking about health and hygiene. It discusses how Wilbur's tusks are hurting but he doesn't want to go to the dentist.

    24. this book was ok - helped kid realize they could go to the dentist and not be afraid. Not incredibly interesting. Fine for a picture book.

    25. This is a great way to show how to take care of our body and teeth. It can help the children to feel better about things that might seem a little scary.

    26. Cute way to ease those students who are uncomfortable going to the dentist. Neat pictures as well.

    27. This book was obviously written to convince kids with tooth problems not to be afraid of going to the dentist. It's kind of cute.

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