The Mermaid of Amarvin Island

The Mermaid of Amarvin Island

The Mermaid of Amarvin Island

The Mermaid of Amarvin Island

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Overview

Swannie's life is changed forever when she saves a beached dolphin. In gratitude, Matmaka, the thankful dolphin, drops hints about her unique heritage. How does he know? Swannie is holding out hope that her father who went missing during a raging storm might still be alive. Could the dolphin be helpful in locating her father? Before returning to the ocean, Matmaka sends her on a quest to find the way to the Golden Secret, which ultimately leads her to Amarvin Island, where mermaids once frolicked before they fled from Nairamba, the monster serpent that feeds off greed and lies. What will it take to free the island of its many troubles so that the mermaids may safely return to Amarvin? The people, animals, and nature spirits Swannie meets on the way are willing to help, including Feliciana, her new friend from school. Will it be enough?


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781736682920
Publisher: Alkion Press
Publication date: 05/16/2022
Pages: 282
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)
Age Range: 5 - 12 Years

About the Author

Eric G. Müller lives in upstate New York, writing, teaching, and playing music. He has published novels, memoirs, and poetry books. His children's books include The Invisible Boat, its sequel, The Invisible Boat and the Molten Dragon, and Tiny Tin Elf. Born in Durban, South Africa, he studied literature and history at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Fulfilling years as a primary and high school teacher laid the foundation for his storytelling abilities. The array of colourful characters in his books face dangers with courage and resolute decisiveness. His rich imagination, concern for the environment, and deep love of children is once again made abundantly clear in The Mermaid of Amarvin Island.

Martina A. Müller is a multidisciplinary artist who works in painting, sculpture and installation. She is an internationally published children's book illustrator and has taught art at the high school and post graduate level. Her love for children as well as storytelling with her brush has found its way into the pages of this book. Throughout her career as an artist, curator and educator she has dedicated her energy to inspire the exhilarating and healing force of creativity in everybody and make art enjoyment accessible to all. Her work has been seen in numerous galleries and outdoor sculpture shows and is in private and public collections across four continents. She works as a freelance artist and teacher in Ghent NY where she maintains her studio.
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