In the forgotten little village where Gisella was spending the summer with her grandmother, there was a secret. It was an ancient, absurd legend, which Gisella herself refused to believe. According to the old stories, if a child buried their milk teeth in a special, magical spot, the teeth would transform into fairies. It was all just superstition by now because the ancient cemetery of teeth was dormant for decades. However, when Gisella’s very last tooth fell out, her grandmother convinced her to honor the village tradition. To Gisella’s total amazement, the stories proved to be true, although soon enough her miracle threatened to turn into a disaster. Because the legends had forgotten to mention one little detail - the reason, in fact, why no-one used the cemetery anymore - the fairy would look just like the child who had buried the tooth. What’s more, the fairy would also have every aspect of the child’s character exaggerated to its fullest extent. And Gisella would be the first to admit that she knew all too well how to be hateful and obnoxious, quick-tempered and vindictive.