These current days we bask in the warm sun of an idyllic island. We nosh on bits of fish and worms and occasional green things. When one of our turtle friends happens to visit, we sit around on a log and relive the stories of the old days. Our human, Constance, is now full grown. We have not seen her since the old Maytown days. We hope, for all of us, she finds out how to implement the answer to the question. If not, then these days will join the others and slip into the mists of a long forgotten time.
Are you really a two-headed turtle?
Yes....Yup! Hey, we want to ask why Humans ask such silly question, we mean there you are, looking at us and you can see that we are a two-headed turtle, but yet, you still insist on asking the question.
While The Smile Ambassadors was a novel suitable for all humans, The Smile Thief is a story for all turtles. The story twists and turns as it delves into the struggle of the bale as they make their way through the forbidden wilds. Zack and Mack's second instalment leaves the reader gasping for more as this apologue fits neatly in the center of this trilogy.
How does a runaway turtle become a Smile Ambassador to the world? Why do humans experience a felicific beatitude upon seeing this unique creature. What is it about a little girl and her pet turtle that has stadium sized crowds flocking to see them? Based upon the extrospections of Zack and Mack, a real, live, two-headed turtle currently living in the Northern Hemisphere.