Mermaid Mysteries: Sula and the Singing Shell (Book 3)

Overview


The five mermaid friends visit King Neptune's Palace. There they learn about the magical singing shells--and the loss of the one shell that has the power to calm the sea. The next day, there is a bad storm, and Coral, Melody, Jasmine, and Rosa are trapped. Can Sula conquer her fears and rescue her friends?
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Overview


The five mermaid friends visit King Neptune's Palace. There they learn about the magical singing shells--and the loss of the one shell that has the power to calm the sea. The next day, there is a bad storm, and Coral, Melody, Jasmine, and Rosa are trapped. Can Sula conquer her fears and rescue her friends?
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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Sandra Kitain M.L.S.
King Neptune rules fairly over his kingdom. He and Princess Rowena have a collection of singing shells whose songs have many powers. They can change the seasons, put a shark into a trance, and even help mermaids swim as fast as dolphins. Princess Sula, a mermaid who lives in Mermaid Bay, finds a singing shell and by dropping it, causes an undersea storm. Sula struggles to confront the stormy waves and rescue her fellow mermaid friends. A fanciful look at a pretend world. The entire mermaid land is evoked by a map at the front of the book. This chapter book is part of the "Mermaid Mysteries" series. In every book there is a mystery to be solved by the mermaid detectives. Reviewer: Sandra Kitain, M.L.S.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780807550908
  • Publisher: Whitman, Albert & Company
  • Publication date: 3/1/2012
  • Series: Mermaid Mysteries , #3
  • Pages: 96
  • Age range: 6 - 8 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 7.60 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author


Katy Kit studied English at the University of London and went on to become a children's book editor. She moved to Bath, England, in 1996, where she now lives with her husband, David, and their two young children.

After a degree and 10 years working in Graphic Design, Tom Knight eventually realised that true happiness lies in drawing pictures in a shed at the bottom of the garden for a living. Brought up on a healthy diet of Tintin, The Beano and good country air, Tom finds his inspiration all over the place, constantly getting under his feet and making a mess. Tom lives on Mersea island with his splendid wife Tabby and their 2 boys, Archie and Seth.

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