Sharon and Andy Azula had an idea. They dreamed of creating fun, maybe silly things, for kids that would make certain moments in children’s lives more special. They wanted to bring parents and children together. They also wanted to find a way to start giving back. So after many years in advertising and several years raising their children, they are finally taking a crack at making this one idea, their dream, come true.
When their twins started losing their teeth, Sharon & Andy realized they weren’t prepared for the Tooth Fairy! They borrowed a tooth pillow from a neighbor. It was thick and lumpy with a tiny pocket for the tooth and prize. Plus, it was shaped like a tooth. The experience definitely left something to be desired.
When they looked for something better, they couldn’t find anything they, or the kids, liked.
And so became The Tooth Brigade: Three monsters, Ollie, Blue, and Potato who help the Tooth Fairy by holding on to a lost tooth until she arrives. The dolls are flat enough to fit under a pillow, and their arms, legs, horns, and ears make them easy to find and grab. Also, their mouths are big enough to fit even larger Tooth Fairy fingers, leaving plenty of room for notes or surprises.
Each Tooth Brigade member comes with a lost tooth ticket that can be used if your child can’t find their tooth or has swallowed it after it fell out.
In their book, Ollie, Blue, and Potato set out on a fun-filled adventure to help the Tooth Fairy. Along the way, they trudge through the Sticky Swamp, bravely cross Crocodile Creek and finally climb to the tippy top of Tippy Top Mountain to collect a tooth.
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