All William wants in the whole wide world is a wobbly tooth. When he gets one, he just can't stop jiggling and wiggling it! But then William's tooth falls out at school. How will he keep it safe until hometime? If you have a wobbly tooth, or if you just want one, this story is for you! 'Miriam Moss's simple story of the loss of that first tooth marks an early rites of passage with a humour one might call almost crunchy: all the little urgencies of childhood are compressed into its pages... Joanna Mockler's illustrations are in the tradition of Quentin Blake: bright, jaunty, just a tad anarchic.'
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Miriam Moss was born in England, but grew up in Africa, China and the Middle East. She is the award-winning author of over seventy children's books. She now lives in East Sussex.
In 1970, aged 15, she was on a plane that was hijacked and landed in the Jordanian desert. The hostage-takers threatened to blow up the plane, killing all passengers. Eventually, th...