The Tooth Fairy is a 9" doll with a hand-drawn face. She is stuffed with quilt batting and is purposely flat to go under a child's pillow. On her back is a pocket for the fallen tooth and then the coin that replaces it. When not in use, the Tooth Fairy can hang on the wall by the little loop on her back. $22 buys a whole lot of fun for children when they begin losing teeth at about age 5 or 6.
Sometimes people ask me for boy fairies. Well, I have something to say about that: Tooth Fairies are female. Everyone knows fairies are female, save for a few dear friends of mine. I'm from SF, after all.