Tallulah the Tooth Fairy CEO, by Dr Tamara Pizzoli of the English Schoolhouse
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05 Oct Tallulah the Tooth Fairy CEO


Photo credit: theenglishschoolhouse.com

What’s a tooth fairy to do when there’s no tooth to take? This answer to this question is at the heart of Tallulah the Tooth Fairy CEO, a children’s book by Dr. Tamara Pizzoli of the English Schoolhouse. The book follows Tallulah, the founder and CEO of Teeth Titans Inc., who is puzzled when a little boy leaves a note instead of a tooth under his pillow. Tallulah the Tooth Fairy CEO is the seventh book from the English Schoolhouse, which has evolved from a language school in Rome to a boutique publishing house based in Texas (although still run in Rome). Other titles from the company, which specializes in children’s books, include The Ghanaian Goldilocks, which is set in Accra, F is for Fufu, and M is for Marrakech: An Alphabet Book of Cities Around the World. Learn more about the company and its books at theenglishschoolhouse.com.