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Printable Letters from the Tooth Fairy
Portland , OR
Thursday, March 08, 2012
New Tooth Fairy Letters and Poems
New Tooth Fairy Letters and Poems
 A child's visit from the Tooth Fairy can be extra-special with the help of a printable letter from the website, which just added several new Tooth Fairy letters as well as a new Poems category.

The site was launched in 2009 by Kevin Savetz of as a way to help parents give children who have lost a tooth a special connection with the mythical fairy. "The Tooth Fairy is very busy," Savetz said, tongue firmly in cheek. "With these letters, it's easy to print out an illustrated, personalized note as well as cute tooth-related coloring pages. Kids love waking up to a letter that's just for them."

With the newly added letters from the Tooth Fairy, there are now 30 variations on the site, including notes covering situations as diverse as teeth pulled by a dentist or a tooth that was lost or swallowed.

The new letters cover topics such as: a child who lost his or her tooth a school, children who are scared at the thought (or potential pain) of losing a tooth and the first front tooth lost. There's a funny letter for a child who may no longer believe in the Tooth Fairy, as well as a letter addressing what the fairy does with the teeth she (or he) collects.

Tooth Fairy poems is an all-new category at There are poems especially for a boy or a girl, along with a general poem and a humorous rhyme. All are neatly formatted on the same, exclusive Tooth Fairy stationery as the letters. Like the letters, the poems are each digitally "signed" by the ToothFairy.

There are two options for printing the letters. The PDF version is free, and can be written upon in pen or pencil. If the user would like to customize the letter before printing, typing in a name and personal details, a premium DOC version is available for $5. (It can be opened and edited in Microsoft Word.) All of the coloring pages are free. The site also includes advice for parents on starting Tooth Fairy traditions, how much to pay and other tips.

Once a letter is printed, the Tooth Fairy's "helper" can place it at the child's bedside or even sneak it under the pillow.

" is your one-stop site for all things Tooth Fairy," Savetz said. "I'll continue to add to it in the future."

There are more than 80 sites in the family of free printables sites created by Savetz Publishing, Inc., a company devoted to creating useful and informative web sites of interest to consumers and small businesses.

Kevin Savetz
Portland, OR
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