Today I’ll be wrapping up the It’s One of A Kind! giveaways… can’t believe how quickly the month zipped by! I’d like to call this post an “honorable mention”, because while The Real Tooth Fairies is not Canadian-made, it is simply fabulous… and I’m positive that readers with young daughters at “Tooth Fairy” stage will love it!
One of the most special visitors in a young girl’s life (besides Santa and Justin Bieber when he’s on tour) is definitely the Tooth Fairy. I’m sure you remember the thrill of losing a tooth – then carefully placing it under your pillow, anxious to wake up to a magical surprise.
But the story of the tooth fairy has never truly been told. Nobody has known who she is and what she looks like, nor where she lives… until now! The Real Tooth Fairies – a brand new interactive website and storybook series for young girls – is aimed to provide endless hours of entertainment while helping build character and inspiring her to grow and glow with her own gifts and talents!
The book series introduces girls to the Real Tooth Fairies and the magical world of Real Fairyland. Each fairy’s book tells how she showed courage and kindness, proving she has the heart of a Real Tooth Fairy – a heart with wings. These books inspire girls to believe in their dreams and to spread kindness in their world.
Complementing the books, Real Fairyland is a place where love is magic, and every kindness counts. Your child will be matched to her own personal Tooth Fairy as she takes the Royal Quiz; then, she’ll get to meet her Real Tooth Fairy who greets and talks to her. It’s amazing to see!
The website offers many more fabulous resources: girls can go on a Kindness Mission, ask for a Magic Letter delivered by her Tooth Fairy (for everything from a lost tooth to a great day at school), and she can even create her very own Dream Tree – to see where the Tooth Fairy takes her lost teeth!
But perhaps the very best aspect of The Real Tooth Fairies is the notion that Every Kindness Counts –
“Each Real Tooth Fairy offers every Earthie girl a magical invitation to join an extraordinary global kindness effort called Every Kindness Counts. Every Earthie kid can be a hero for kindness, doing Kindness Tickets – acts of kindness – in their daily life. Every Kindness Counts is an organized incentive system to move up 8 Kindness Levels.” (Read More)
There is no cost to visit the website, however, a 1-month VIP membership is $5.89 USD.
Click here to visit The Real Tooth Fairies.
One lucky Listen to Lena! reader will receive a wonderful prize pack from The Real Tooth Fairies, including a complimentary 1-month VIP Upgraded membership, two of the award-winning storybooks – Magical World of The Real Tooth Fairies and Twinkle Becomes a Real Tooth Fairy, a Kindness Starter Kit and a Gift Certificate for 3 FREE Magic Letters – personalized letters from the Real Tooth Fairy for pillow delivery. Total value $80!
To enter, visit The Real Tooth Fairies and leave a comment here, telling us what you love about the website.
You can also qualify for extra entries! Remember, you must leave a separate comment for each. You can:
(1) Follow my blog, Listen to Lena!
(2) Follow The Real Tooth Fairies on Twitter
(4) Tweet about the It’s One of A Kind! giveaways (tiny URL: http://tinyurl.com/369glqk)
(5) You may Tweet daily.
I’ll draw for a winner on December 4th. Good luck everybody!
I love that you can get magic letters from your tooth fairy for any occasion.
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Where's the dinosaur fairy for my two boys?? LOL I know you feel my pain Lena! Although everything 'girly' has disappeared from my life over the past 5 yrs, I do have three beautiful nieces who are as girly as can be. My niece Alexa is 5 and hasn't lost a tooth yet, but I know she'd go CRAZY for this prize!! It's so sweet!
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Such a great idea for building girls self-esteem and fostering kindness. even though my LO is a girl I agree that little boys should be included after all they lose teeth and have tooth fairies too! And who says they don't want to do kind acts?? :)
I love the site, so girly and cutetheswimmer(at)hotmail.com
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Love that they have a whole section on doing kindnesses
Can't argue with the kindness aspect. Love the site.
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This blog is a winner at the Canadian Blog Awards. Justly!
I like the "Do Kindness now" section. I think it is a great way to help teach kids how to do nice things for each other.Katiekatiejaneallen at gmail dot com
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The kindness mission is a real teaching tool, love this.
I like that u can rec a letter from the toothfairyreneetaylor at sympatico dot ca
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I like the real dream tree. I also like how pretty and girly the website design itself is.
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Getting magic letters from your tooth fairy is cool for children.
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I love how girly the site is and that it provides a really personalized experiencedftrew(at)gmail(dot)com
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I follow the real tooth fairy on twitter as edmontonjbdftrew(at)gmail(dot)com
Checked out the website and my laptop was taken over by my young daughter who was intrigued!
My little girl believes in Tooth Fairies…our Tooth Fairy is called "Tallulah Bluebell" :)
My daughter would so enjoy this!
I believe in Tooth Fairies!
I like how the websites encourages great character traits like kindness. It's nice to find a website that influences children in a positive way.