When a boy tries to fool the Tooth Fairy by leaving paper teeth, she turns out to be smarter than he thinks. Little Marty hatches a plot to trick the Tooth Fairy with a paper tooth. But when the clever fairy finds out what he's done, watch out! He's about to learn that she has a strong sense of justice-and an even stronger sense of humor! The warm childhood memories of Martin Nelson Burton find a perfect home in Clint Hansen's paper sculpture wonderland. The sequence of wordless pages in the book - where the Tooth Fairy flies to the boy's house, reacts passionately to finding out that the boy has tried to trick her with a paper tooth, then devises her own strategy to "get even" - make for a wonderful prediction exercise for young readers. A storytelling treat, this charming picture book offers a true story from the author's childhood that kids will recognize as authentic, as they lose their baby teeth and get visits from the Tooth Fairy themselves.