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Fang Fairy: Jeremy Kreep
Fang Fairy: Jeremy Kreep
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Graphic Sparks

Fang Fairy: Jeremy Kreep

by Andy J. Smith
Illustrated by Andy J. Smith

Something slimy snagged a baby tooth from beneath his brother’s pillow. Now Jeremy and his friend Nessy are off to find the truth of the missing tooth.

 
ISBN978-1-59889-891-0
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandGraphic Sparks
Age Level8-10 Years
Reading LevelGrades 1-3
GenreMystery
SubjectMystery, Humor, Graphic Novels
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count40
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2008
Paperback
Price
$6.10
 


 
 

Reviews

School Library Journal - Nancy Kunz; Tuckahoe Public Library

"Gr 2–5—This slight graphic novel features kid-friendly cartoon drawings. It starts off on an "ordinary night in Widow's Peak, Nebraska," when Jeremy Kreep's little brother puts a tooth under his pillow for the tooth fairy. Instead of finding a dollar the next morning, he finds a puddle of green slime, and Jeremy and his friend Nessy set out to find the source of the mysterious substance. They can't get the police to take them seriously as the officers are too busy searching for the Horrible Hound from Heck (Heck, NE, that is). The adults in the story are a bit bumbling, but the kids save the day by finding out the truth behind the slime and the Horrible Hound. The back matter contains a useful glossary, "Some Tooth Truth" (interesting facts about teeth), discussion questions, writing prompts, and Internet sites." - School Library Journal

January 1, 2008

A Parent's Guide to the Best Kids' Comics: Choosing Titles Your Children Will Lo - Scott Robbins and Snow Wildsmith

"Children who enjoyed how the supernatural, spooky elements of P.T.A. Night are turned from something scary into something funny may enjoy this reinterpretation of a traditional “letters to Santa” story. In this case, a young boy sends a letter to Dracula, hoping his favorite monster will hear his plea and turn him into a real vampire for Halloween." - A Parent's Guide to the Best Kids' Comics: Choosing Titles Your Children Will Lo

May 31, 2012

Andy  J. Smith

Andy J. Smith

Andy Smith knew he wanted to be an illustrator (if he couldn't be a space adventurer, superhero, or ghost hunter). After graduating from college in 1998, he began working at a handful of New York City animation studios on shows like Courage the Cowardly Dog and Sheep in the Big City. Since then, he has worked as a character designer, freelance illustrator, and taught high school and college art classes. Andy lives in Ipswich, Massachusetts, with his wife Karen.

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