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Tooth Fairy Flylight BUNDLE - Includes Boxed Set AND Little Tooth Notebook

Tooth Fairy Flylight BUNDLE - Includes Boxed Set AND Little Tooth Notebook

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Product Description

Bundle the Tooth Fairy Flylight Set with the Little Tooth Notebook. Avoid shipping charges on the Little Tooth Notebook if you plan to purchase both items instead of purchasing separately. Please see the individual product descriptions for details about each: The Tooth Fairy Flylight and The Little Tooth Notebook. Read the storybook, shine the Flylight, signal your tooth fairy, and keep track of all the toothy details!

How It Works

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  1. Start by reading the Tooth Fairy Flylight storybook
  2. Name your very own tooth fairy
  3. Place a lost tooth in the tooth tray
  4. Press the sparkle button to turn on the Flylight
  5. Your tooth fairy has been signaled and will be on the way soon!


Boxed Set includes: Tooth Fairy Flylight™ light AND Storybook: The Tooth Fairy Flylight: A Tale of Lost Tooth Mishaps and the Magical Light That Changed Everything

Flylight Light Dimensions: 5 x 4.25 x 3 in

Storybook Dimensions: 32 Pages, 9.25 x 7.25 in

Shipping Dimensions: 10 x 8 x 4 in

Shipping Weight: 2.3 lbs

Flylight Material: ABS Plastic

Flylight Power: 3 AA Batteries (not included)

Storybook Format: Hardcover

Safety Info

The Tooth Fairy Flylight™ has been 3rd party tested and validated to be compliant with ASTM F963-17, The Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Toy Safety, as well as compliant with part 15 of the FCC rules. Please refer to the Instructions for Use document enclosed in the packaging for more information. For any additional questions please contact

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The Flylight

How does a tooth fairy know when to visit? The Tooth Fairy Flylight! Legend has it that long ago, parents would shine a light in the sky to get the attention of the Tooth Fairy. But it didn't always work! So the tooth fairies got together and created a magical light for kids to shine a lost-tooth signal straight to fairyland themselves.

Just place a lost tooth in the designated tooth tray, press the button, and watch as the magic is released. Colorful shapes and a special tooth symbol shine up to the ceiling and beam the signal to the tooth fairy who's been picked just for you.

The lights silently rotate colors for a full hour, giving enough time for kids to fall asleep and tooth fairies to visit.

Read more about the tooth fairies and their clever invention in The Tooth Fairy Flylight: A Tale of Lost Tooth Mishaps and the Magical Light That Changed Everything.

Sold exclusively in the Tooth Fairy Flylight Boxed Set. Not sold separately. Powered by 3 AA Batteries (not included).

The Storybook

Written by Brooke Meisenzahl; Illustrated by Jenna Riggs

How does the Tooth Fairy know when a tooth is lost?

What does the Tooth Fairy do with my tooth?

Could there be more than one Tooth Fairy?!

Answers to these questions and much more can be found in: The Tooth Fairy Flylight: A Tale of Lost Tooth Mishaps and the Magical Light that Changed Everything. With adorable rhymes and bright illustrations, this story shares how the Flylight was invented after some grown-ups' ideas to get the tooth fairy’s attention went haywire.

A special page at the end of the book gives kids the chance to name the tooth fairy that's been chosen just for them.

As a bonus, the story also includes some extra encouragement for kids to brush their teeth. Read the excerpt below to find out how!

Sold exclusively in the Tooth Fairy Flylight™ Boxed Set. Not sold separately.

Why does a tooth fairy collect lost teeth?

Read the following excerpt from The Tooth Fairy Flylight, storybook:

"With all the lost teeth we collect every night, we make magical flashes of sparkling light.

Our big fairy talent is making things shimmer, like the curve of a bubble or morning dew glimmer...

The secret ingredient for making things bright is a tooth that's been brushed till it's pearly and white."