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Versión en inglés de DIENTE DE LECHE con el Hada de los Dientes en lugar del Ratón Pérez The tooth moved from one side to the other. He swung, looked down and trembled with fear. He didn’t want to fall out. - Come on, tooth! –said Elena–. Come out! I want the Tooth Fairy to get here! - What a rude girl! –thought the tooth–. She yells at me but doesn’t even know my name! I am the Lateral Incisor; I’m just between your central incisors and your right canine. The tooth made an effort to explain that to Elena, but she wouldn’t listen to him. She only felt the tooth moving. - Lunch is ready! –called Mom from the kitchen and the tooth felt sick because he knew the girl would chew up as much as she could just to make him fall out. Each and every noon, when Elena sat at the table, the poor incisor got nervous. He tried to calm down and be as strong and sharp as a knife, but then came the soup making him sweat from crown to root, getting all his body wet. The tooth didn´t feel too sharp. In fact, it felt as fragile as jelly. To make things worse, meat came after that embracing him with its threads and pulling him downwards. There, the tongue was waiting for him with a sea of saliva, heading right to the throat. - I don’t want to fall out! Elena will swallow me and I’m gonna end up in her stomach! –cried the tooth. The right canine, that could not help listening to all his crying, decided to comfort him: - All the milk teeth will have to come out some day and when that happens, Elena won’t swallow you. She will surely place you under her pillow so the Tooth Fairy picks you up –said the right canine calmly. - What if I get hurt when I come out? Suppose I crash against the lower canine and split myself into pieces? - The Tooth Fairy can fix you up and put all your pieces together, [...]