The Missing Tooth is a children’s audiobook by Susan Blackaby. It tells the story of a young rabbit named Wally who goes on an adventure to find his lost tooth. Along the way, he meets many characters and learns some valuable lessons about life. This fun and exciting tale is sure to keep listeners engaged from beginning to end.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for children aged 3-8 years old who are interested in listening to stories about fun adventures.
- The Missing Tooth is a fun and exciting children’s audiobook that will keep listeners engaged from beginning to end.
- The story teaches valuable lessons about life that are sure to resonate with young listeners.
- Susan Blackaby’s narration is engaging and entertaining, making the experience even more enjoyable for kids.
- The story moves slowly and may be difficult for younger listeners to follow.
- The characters are not very well developed and lack personality.
- The ending is somewhat anticlimactic.
Learn more about the author
Susan Blackaby is an accomplished children’s author and audiobook producer. She has written numerous books for young readers, including The Missing Tooth and its sequel, Wally Finds His Way. Susan lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband and three children.
“Susan Blackaby does a great job of bringing her characters to life with her narration. Her pacing is just right for younger listeners, and the story itself is both entertaining and educational.”
“My daughter loves this book! The Missing Tooth is her favorite Susan Blackaby audiobook. She always wants me to put it on when we are driving in the car.”
“The Missing Tooth is a delightful children’s audiobook that will keep young listeners engaged from beginning to end. Susan Blackaby does an excellent job of bringing the characters to life, and the story itself is full of excitement and adventure. I would highly recommend this book to anyone with young children.”
“My daughter is almost 3 and she loves this book! It’s a great length for her attention span and the story is engaging. We’ve been reading it together every night before bed.”