Other books in the series
* Hooty and the Magic Power
* Justin and Britney
* Grob (coming in 2012)
* Nif, Fin and the Leftovers (coming in 2012)
* Viktor and the Golden Shell (coming in 2012)
Kamon works with a young Thai illustrator, Joey Krit. Together they create funny and colorful life lessons that are appetizing for the young reader's minds.
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Why Flatso is so Flat?
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Chapter OneFlatso was really flat!
Pinch, the crab, guessed she was there, because there was no way you could see Flatso in the sand.
If it had not been for the big blue spots at the end of her tail, Pinch would not have seen her at all. Actually, Flatso did not want to be seen, not like that. She was so ashamed!
Pinch shook her tail and asked, "Hey, what is it, Flatso? Are you sick?"
There was no answer. "Flatso, I know you are under the sand. What happened?"
Flatso moved her head slowly, letting the sand drop off a little.
It was then that Pinch saw it. "Oh my gosh! Both of your eyes are on the same side of your head! How did that happen?"
Flatso could not hide from the other sea creatures. The more she put off telling the truth, the harder it would be for her to explain what had happened.
So she decided to tell Pinch the story.
Flatso and her relatives were the biggest gossips in the sea.
They talked about everybody all the time, meddling in everybody's business, often looking down on others.
"What do you want me to say?" she said to Pinch.
"The king of the sea got upset with me—I mean, really upset. He put a curse on me that sent my right eye to the left side of my head. Now I have both eyes on the same side!
"I tried to swim as if nothing had happened, but I kept swimming in circles because I could only see on one side. So I buried myself in the sand, not quite knowing what to do next."
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