Human beings have an interesting relationship with our teeth. We're born with none, cut a few as babies, lose about 20 during the grade school years, and then get a permanent set that need to stick around for the duration.
Sadly, considering how important strong, functioning teeth are to our overall health, children often have a fear of the dentist. It probably doesn't help that the tools of the trade feature things like "drill", "pick", "probe", & "bur". I can only imagine the images that a child's mind conjures up when reclined back in that chair...
Fortunately, growing up with a dentist father rendered me a lot less scared of dental checkups. As a youngster, my Dad cleaned my teeth and taught me the basics of oral hygiene. To me, going to the dentist was a reward, not a punishment!
Of course, not everyone can have a parent, family member, or friend gently convey the "dental arts" to them like I did. As such, I've collected some titles here to help children (mostly on the younger end, who are first being introduced to the dentist) learn to appreciate and take care of their teeth. As the old saying goes: "They're the only ones you get!"