The Real Tooth Fairy Brings a Magical Valentine's Day World to Girls

The Real Tooth Fairy Brings a Magical
Valentine's Day World to Girls

The Royal Council of the Real Fairyland, LLC announced the creation of their Lost Tooth Garden, which is now revealed by The Real Tooth Fairies at  Lost Tooth Gardens are created by girls ages 6-10 and are a fun way to help them develop and master character-building virtues.

A Lost Tooth Garden, which can now be found outside each Earthie girl’s castle suite in Real Fairyland, is a magical place where every Earthie girl can record  details about each of her 20 lost teeth.  How it works is easy and fun.  When a girl loses a tooth - or even if she just has a wiggly one  – she logs into her free account in Real Fairyland and records the event.  Each lost or wiggly tooth brings her a new Virtue Flower from the Queen's Royal Jewel Garden to plant in her own garden.  Each flower comes with one of the 20 Lost Tooth Virtues, such as “Patience,” “Gratitude,” and “Respect.”   Girls can watch the Virtue Flower for each lost tooth bloom and grow until it becomes a dancing flower with its own special song. The flowers dance to rockin' beats, jazz, Irish jigs, classical music, silly romping tunes and more! 

The Lost Tooth Garden is the latest feature revealed by the Royal Council of Real Fairyland, LLC, whose award-winning website has millions of users from over 200 countries. Marilyn Bollinger, president of The Real Tooth Fairies, is the author of 30 Disney books and has consulted for LeapFrog, Fisher-Price and other top children’s companies.

Losing a tooth is a thrilling yet anxious time for a girl,” says Bollinger.  “Now girls can celebrate these milestone moments with their Real Tooth Fairy in a fairytale world amidst roses, tulips, sunflowers, music, laughter and their Earthie friends.”

Friend-making and social interaction are favorite parts of the Real Fairyland experience.  In addition to tracking wiggly loose teeth - and seeing a bud pop up for that virtue flower, girls love sending a Lost Tooth Announcement to their other Earthie friends on the site. “These announcements are no small thing,” says Bollinger, “They are animated versions of an Earthie girl's avatar talking about what number tooth she lost and what virtue goes with it. Then the announcement gets sent to the Presents Page of 3 friends. The friends open up the present and ‘abracadagic!’ They see their friend's avatar talking to them about her lost tooth!”

But the fun doesn’t stop online. In keeping with the true interactive nature of the The Real Fairyland website, girls wake up and find a Lost Tooth Magic Letter on their pillow the day after they record a lost tooth (with the help of their parents). The letters feature mini-stories about how the tooth fairies practice that new virtue and how sometimes it isn't easy to do the right and virtuous thing. 

Other surprises in the Lost Tooth Garden include a printable Tooth Brushing Chart and a clickable way to find an Official Real Tooth Fairy Dentist in the area where they live.

As Queen Sirona says: “Your teeth are like the jewels in your smile, so take special care of them to keep your smile fairy glowing!”  With a Lost Tooth Garden, every girl feels celebrated as she practices her 20 Lost Tooth Virtues. Her Real Tooth Fairy is there for each one, cheering her on to grow and glow.

About The Real Tooth Fairies
The Real Tooth Fairies are represented to Earthies by the Royal Council of the Real Fairyland, LLC, an entertainment company dedicated to the production of excellence in programming and interactive media, tied to consumer products that inspire imagination, foster creativity, and encourage children to spread kindness and change the world. The Real Tooth Fairies focus on character building through positive role models, the 20 Lost Tooth Virtues, and Every Kindness Counts. In addition, a school kindness program involves students in a 4-week program wherein kids are heroes for kindness in their family, school, and community while supporting a global charity.

Marilyn Bollinger, president of The Real Tooth Fairies, is the author of 30 Disney books and has consulted for LeapFrog, Fisher-Price and other top children's companies. As a licensed clinical social worker, she practices family and children's therapy and is leader of parenting workshops. And of course, she's honored to be the Earth's ambassador to all things Real Fairyland, where Love is Magic and Every Kindness Counts!

For more information on the Real Tooth Fairies, please contact: Rachel Frankel at 1.888.Yr.Fairy or email her at Tour the world of The Real Tooth Fairies at