Illustrated and written
Once there was a boy named Oliver. He had a wiggly tooth but he had a saying to help with the tooth. “Twist, twist, twist, the tooth, Keep pulling Then itʼll come loose.” CRACK! Slowly but surely the tooth was becoming loose. Crack!
“Twist, twist, twist the tooth then the tooth Will come loose. You want some money? Yes! But it makes my gum funny.” Oliver yelped to his dad, for help. His Dad got a piece of string and tied it to the tooth. He tied the other end of the string onto his brand new motorbike. He drove off. Tug, but the tooth didnʼt bug to move. “Twist, twist, twist, the tooth, Keep pulling Then itʼll come loose.”
So he yelped to his Mum for help. Oliverʼs Mum untied one end of the string, and then she tied it to her stove, SLAM! Tooth is almost out, but it itʼs attached to one last nerve. “Twist, twist, twist, the tooth, Keep pulling Then itʼll come loose.”
Rip! Oliver pulled it out, And with out a doubt. He got his money, And his gum didn始t feel funny. That night the Tooth Fairy came and put $5 under Oliver始s pillow. Oliver felt great.
Oliver is happy with his dollar and with out his tooth molar.