Once upon there was a little girl named Emma who had a magic toothbrush. When most people brush their teeth, they get clean teeth. But when Emma brushed her teeth she turned in to the Mighty Pink Princess of Everything.
“Oh is that right?” Emma’s mother said.
“Well I’m the queen of everything and I say you need to pick up your toys right now young lady.”
Emma scrunched her eyebrows and frowned. Then she pointed her magic toothbrush at her mother and said, “Disappear!”
“I am the princess of everything and I don’t pick up toys!” Emma said.
“Look at this mess,” he said. “Emma you need to clean up your toys.”
Emma scrunched her eyebrows down and frowned.
“I am the princess of everything,” Emma said. “I don’t have to pick up toys.”
Emma pointed her magic toothbrush at her father, “Disappear!”
“I can manage that,” her father said disappearing behind the door. “You can come out when you room is clean.”
“I am the princess of everything,” Emma said pointing her toothbrush at her toys. “Disappear.”
Emma sat down on the floor and put her head in her hands. Then she scrunched her lips and rolled her eyes. Suddenly she stood up and bravely waved her magic toothbrush in the air.
“I am the princess of everything,” Emma said, “and I am going to pick up my toys now.” And she did.
Ala ka zab
and razzle dee-doo
Emma’s new toothbrush
Can make magic foo.
In Tinker Bell jammies
and breathing a sigh
this magic toothbrush
catches stars going by
If you jump on your bed
and hold it just right
this toothbrush will gather
new dreams out of sight
“Put that toothbrush away
or it will get covered with germs!”
her mother and father
spout with concern.
But Emma, who knows power
to bring in pazaz