A Facebook post describes how Principal Barry Pickering lent a hand to a Faith Academy student in Mobile, Alabama, looking for his missing tooth for the Tooth Fairy.
A Facebook post describes how Principal Barry Pickering lent a hand to a Faith Academy student in Mobile, Alabama, looking for his missing tooth for the Tooth Fairy. Facebook
A Facebook post describes how Principal Barry Pickering lent a hand to a Faith Academy student in Mobile, Alabama, looking for his missing tooth for the Tooth Fairy. Facebook

Principal pens official letter to Tooth Fairy to vouch for boy’s missing tooth

October 12, 2017 10:53 AM

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