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New children’s book written, illustrated by Navarre women

| Hansen Hasenberg
There are children’s books based around a variety of holidays such as Christmas, Halloween and Thanksgiving. For Navarre resident Chelsea Perry, seeing these books, along with an incident involving her son’s lost tooth, inspired her to write her own book about a certain folkloric character. Perry is the author of “The Bristle Whistle,” a new book that spins the age-old tale of the Tooth Fairy in a new direction.
“The Bristle Whistle,” a new book by Navarre resident Chelsea Perry, is a take on the myth of the Tooth Fairy. Each book ordered comes with a “bristle whistle” that readers can play.


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