Enamel the Camel
"A misfit Camel with excellent dental hygiene shows his worth in a tale that covers a lot of ground." —School Library Journal
Enamel wants to be like all the other camels who live in Camel-lot, but his front teeth are bigger than anyone else's. And they stick out. He's the only camel who brushes his teeth—he has to because everyone can see them. Enamel is tired of getting teased for being different. Then one day the class gets caught in a terrible sandstorm...and his exceptional incisors save the day.
Enamel the Camel is an upbeat, humorous story about sticking out, stepping up, and the importance of good dental hygiene.
Author: Mike King, also known as “Dr. Mike,” is a successful pediatric dentist and a professional comedian. He also writes screenplays and plays and is the author of Flossopher and the Brushing Trees: An Adventure for Young Toothbrushers. He lives in New York City with his wife, Sophie, and their daughter, Annabelle.
Illustrator: Rick Ellis is a cartoonist and the illustrator of Flossopher and the Brushing Trees: An Adventure for Young Toothbrushers. He lives in Manassas, Virginia, with his wife Maria, his seven funny kids, and numerous serious pets.
A best-selling book from The Collective Book Studio
Interest Level: Age 4 – 8
Reading Level: Preschool - Grade 3
Hardcover, 32 pages, 8" x .4" x 10"