Candy Wars: The Tooth Fairies vs The Candy King

Candy Wars: The Tooth Fairies vs The Candy King

R.G. Cordiner / Apr 02, 2020

Candy Wars The Tooth Fairies vs The Candy King You may not like your sister but are you really going to fight a war against her James and Emily never get on always fighting and arguing But when James wakes up one night as his tooth is stolen by a

  • Title: Candy Wars: The Tooth Fairies vs The Candy King
  • Author: R.G. Cordiner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • You may not like your sister, but are you really going to fight a war against her James and Emily never get on always fighting and arguing But when James wakes up one night as his tooth is stolen by a jelly monster he follows it into a weird and wonderful world Chocolate archers come out of the walls and fly in bubble gum balloons, giant rock candy trolls roam around,You may not like your sister, but are you really going to fight a war against her James and Emily never get on always fighting and arguing But when James wakes up one night as his tooth is stolen by a jelly monster he follows it into a weird and wonderful world Chocolate archers come out of the walls and fly in bubble gum balloons, giant rock candy trolls roam around, icing sugar snowmen appear and disappear, all under the direction of the Candy King who is preparing a war against the tooth fairies Soon Emily and their cat Muffins find themselves joining the fairies, with only a toothless dragon and a phoenix with hay fever to help them fight the mighty Candy Army The Candy King is waiting for you.

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    About "R.G. Cordiner"

      • R.G. Cordiner

        R.G Cordiner is a primary teacher and author residing in Australia Reading the works of Roald Dahl and Tolkien s Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit were early inspirations for his writing Treasure Lost was his first book He has subsequently released Candy Wars The Tooth Fairies vs The Candy King, Bug Island, Alien Hunters Discovery, Candy Wars II Sweet Revenge and Treasure Lost II Treasure Found He is currently writing Return of the Elementals He is married with two step children, one psychotic cat and a dog For information go to cordiner.wordpress


    963 Comments

    1. It’s been many years since I’ve read a kids book from start to finish. I’d purchased “Candy Wars” to read with my 7 year-old granddaughter. Her first visit we took turns reading. She managed her part without much help from this old geezer. By the time of her next visit she was on her own, I’d finished without her.At its heart this is the story of a fantasy land where tooth fairies live when not slipping a few bucks under your pillow. Yes, fairies, it’s too much work for just one. W [...]


    2. This was a fun book! My son's name is James (a character in the book), BUT it's my 7-year-old daughter who has been reading this with me. When reading this, I heard lots of little girl giggle. She really thought this was funny, and it is quite silly, there's jelly monsters, snowball fights and of course, the chocolate archers (no really!).It also has a bit of a cautionary slant to it as well. Maybe not caution but perhaps a lesson that you should treat your siblings well or that no matter what, [...]


    3. This is a copy of my review for the blog "Books, Movies, Reviews! Oh My!"What an imagination! Mr. Cordiner creates a world full of fun surprises, and a lesson about sibling affection. The author presents these surprises and the lesson from the perspective of two children—the heroine, Emily, and her brother James—and writes in a way to which children can relate. For example, the adventure starts when a tooth fairy comes to collect James’ tooth:“The child, a young boy, had his mouth open i [...]


    4. 3.5 stars. Something strange is definitely happening when you wake up in the night to find a jelly monster making off with the tooth you left under your pillow for the tooth fairy! What would you do? Well, if you are James, you follow that jelly monster through the portal and right into the land of the tooth fairies. Only James finds himself with The Candy King who is planning ways to get all the teeth he can from the tooth fairies. (Yes, there is more than one tooth fairy! How could one fairy p [...]


    5. I do love my Kindle. So, I've been trying to acquire more books to read, and see what some other children's book authors are doing. I found this book/author on Kindleboard. I think the first I had to get used to is the style of this author. His style draws from terminology in Australia, a bit different than American English. However, I enjoyed the fantastic fantasy world that was created. I could see myself getting lost in the world of tooth fairies and candy creatures if I was a kid. There were [...]


    6. Not quite sure how to rate this one. My 7 and 4 year olds really enjoyed it, though I doubt it will attract much attention from teens/adults. Still, they enjoyed it and I love being able to sit down and read with them. I'll give it a 5 star because my kids kept asking me to pick it up and read it to them and we stayed up late the last night to finish it, so 5 from my boys.The story is of two human children pulled into the fairy world. One fights with the tooth fairies, the other for the candy ki [...]


    7. My 13 and 8 year old loved it. I read it first then handed it over to them for them to share. For a whole week the kids talked about nothing else but Candy Wars. That in itself is enough for me to recommend this book. I like the book for the theme. Seeing how Emily goes to the fairy world to help find her brother whom everyone else forgets about. I like how the boys picked up that siblings should stick together and take care of each other no matter what. It was a great book for all of us to read [...]


    8. I bought this book and the second one for my kids. I helped my son read this story, and I thought that it was really cute. A brother and sister go through a portal, and trapped in another world, when the tooth fairies come to collect teeth at night. It is written in UK English. My son thought that that was really neat seeing words spelled differently. A great book for kids, but I enjoyed the story also.


    9. Had its moments, but very few and far-between. Kids totally lost interest in it very quickly. Author's methods of going back and forth between the simultaneous stories once they got to the Candy Kingdom was very awkward and confusing.


    10. Sush a fun story, you can read it together with kids. I wasn't board to read it to them as I like ther writing and the uniqe story to it.


    11. None of the characters really were given enough depth to make you like them. The fairies' dialog gave me a headache and made me almost root for the antagonist because they were just so annoying.


    12. Cute children's book, a little choppy and the faeries' speech patterns were excessively annoying. Otherwise enjoyable enough.




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