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'The Tooth Brigade': Va. parents write book, create theme to celebrate lost teeth BON AIR, Va. (WWBT) - A Bon Air couple has written a book and brought the characters to life by creating three stuffed monster toys that double as tooth holders for the tooth fairy. It's a fun read for the kids and should make life a little easier for a busy tooth fairy. BON AIR, Va. (WWBT) - A Bon Air couple has written a book and brought the characters to life by creating three stuffed monster toys that double as tooth holders for the tooth fairy. It’s a fun read for the kids and should make life a little easier for a busy tooth fairy. Andy...

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Clover Pop-Up Event

Join us at Clover Children's Consignment Boutique for a Pop-Up event! Where: Clover, 3024 West Cary Street, Richmond, VA, 23221 When: 1-3 PM What: Author Sharon Azula will read the book: "The Adventures of the Tooth Brigade." We will answer questions, have a "How to draw the characters" demo with illustrator Andy Azula, and there will be a RAFFLE featuring products from Tooth Brigade, Play at WHIM, and CLOVER! Cost: FREE! We hope to see you there!

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A Recap of our event at WHIM

The Tooth Brigade had a wonderful, whimsical day at WHIM! The WHIM Wonderland space was a great backdrop for some adorable photos and fun playtime for kids AND parents. The space is currently being transformed into the WHIM [book] club which starts January 13th! We can’t thank them enough. See pictures below!

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The Tooth Brigade Book and Tooth Pillows are here!

Sharon and Andy Azula had an idea: To create fun, maybe silly things, for kids to the make big moments in their lives more special. And they wanted to find a way to start giving back and helping organizations that helped children.  So after many years in advertising and several years raising their children, they were ready to launch their first idea into the world. When their twins started losing their teeth, Sharon realized they weren’t prepared for the Tooth Fairy! They borrowed a tooth pillow (shaped like a big tooth, of course) from a neighbor. It was small and thick with a tiny pocket for the tooth and prize. The experience left something to be desired. When they looked for...

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