Book Review – When Grandma’s False Teeth Fly by Mary Lee

April79 —  April 16, 2012 — Leave a comment

When Grandma’s False Teeth Fly


Sometimes the best thing to do in a situation is to laugh. However, that is often not the easiest. In Mary Lee’s new book, “When Grandma’s False Teeth Fly,” she explores that idea as Katie, a six year old child, experiences some teasing from the other kids at school for having a chipped tooth. Katie goes home and shares her sadness and embarrassment with her Grandma. Grandma then shares her own story of a situation that happened to her several years ago, and how she learned to laugh and to keep a sense of humor about everything.


It is often easy to get embarrassed about lots of things and no matter what, people are going to tease us. How do we handle it? This book shows the importance of being able to find humor through those situations. This book is very cute with great illustrations. Mary has written a story that many elementary children can relate to, and they will be able to learn some great coping skills for dealing with this situation. Not to mention, this is just a funny story!


Thanks Mary for the opportunity to read your book. It’s another wonderful story!

For more information, check out the Mary’s website or the Tate Publishing Website.

April79

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