Tooth Ahoy! Pirate Pete’s Voyage to Healthy Teeth
Pirate Pete, captain of the seven C’s (candies, cookies, cake, cola, chips, chocolate, and cereal), is a happy and much-beloved pirate to his crew. However, Pirate Pete’s love of the seven C’s makes life for Tony the Tooth unbearable! Fed-up with the yucky, unkempt mouth of Pirate Pete, Tony leaves Pete’s mouth.
Now, without Tony, Pete’s smile just isn’t the same as it once was, and the captain’s left wondering if he can ever bring him back. With his trusty sidekick, Sweet P, the Pineapple Parrot, and the rest of his crew, Pirate Pete sets sail to discover the treasure of a healthy mouth, and the smile that it can bring.
Along with Pirate Pete, kids will learn that even pirates can improve their teeth and gums by eating well and having good dental habits. Complete with recipes, an interactive science project, and a whole trove of kid-friendly activities, Tooth Ahoy! invites readers to experience the journey of Pirate Pete and his crew one sight and yummy treat at a time.
Book Type: Paperback
Size: 8.5″ x 8.5″
About The Authors
Lisa Soesbe resides on the Treasure Coast of Florida. She is a wife and mother of two children, Leah and Jason. Frustration due to her children’s frequent illnesses inspired her to make changes in their diet and lifestyle. After years of researching nutrition and holistic ways of treating her family, she realized that simple changes made a big difference, and these simple diet and lifestyle changes resulted in healthier children. Lisa started sharing her experience and results with her friends and family. Her books Tooth Ahoy!: Pirate Pete’s Voyage to Healthy Teeth and One Small Bite for Kids are Lisa’s way of sharing some of this information with the world.
Mitchell Kershner, a Naturopathic Doctor and Nutritionist, received his degree at National University of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon. Upon graduating, Mitchell moved to Northern New Mexico where he was in private practice for 10 years. Dr. K, as his students referred to him, was an adjunct faculty professor at the University of New Mexico’s nursing department. It was there that he realized the importance of good nutrition as the foundation of health, especially in the children he was seeing in his private practice.