Thursday, October 27, 2005

Tooth Fairy Alive And Well In Massachusetts

ANDOVER, Mass. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Getting most teenagers to believe in the tooth fairy is like pulling teeth, but one 13- year-old is spreading the word about her friendship with the elusive fairy.

Caroline Leed has been writing letters to the tooth fairy since she was six, and despite what her peers say, Leed insists, “Of course she’s real. She always writes back to me.”

Through letters, Leed has learned that the tooth fairy “always wears a pink dress, her name is Mary, she has blonde hair and polka dot wings.”

If you don’t believe it, Leed has compiled her letters and the tooth fairy’s responses in a book called Dear Tooth Fairy, Dear Caroline (Leed Family), which is being sold online and at select bookstores with 100 percent of the profits going to charities like children’s cancer research.

Leed says, “I like to believe and I want to inspire others to believe,” and says of her donations, “With all the bad things happening in the world, I wanted to help.”

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