The Woodcutters and the Mermaid

The Woodcutters and the Mermaid

by Samuel Valentino
The Woodcutters and the Mermaid

The Woodcutters and the Mermaid

by Samuel Valentino



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The Early Readers' Fairy Tale Collection is a collection of classic tales brought to life by author Samuel Valentino and Brattle Publishing Group. The Woodcutters and Mermaid and two other tales are wrapped around valuable moral lessons. In this delightful story, we meet the woodcutters, Gavin and Bo, who are helped by a generous mermaid and learn about the consequences of being greedy. Samuel Valentino presents a lesson on greed in this brightly illustrated 28-page, full color picture book.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158144219
Publisher: Brattle Publishing Group
Publication date: 06/13/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 30
File size: 2 MB
Age Range: 3 - 5 Years

About the Author

Samuel Valentino is the author and illustrator of The Woodcutters and the Mermaid and has a love for telling children’s tales. For almost 10 years, he has been creating his unique books as personalized gifts to each of his children. These books have been his inspiration to create this collection of fairy tales—which he also beautifully illustrates. In his career, Valentino has employed almost all media. From his early crayon beginnings to sketching storyboards, animating commercials, and painting murals in child-care centers, he is a master of whatever media he pursues.

A lifelong writer and reader, Sam considers book illustration to be one of his most enjoyable artistic expressions. Valentino lives in the Greater Boston Area with his wife and their three children. Valentino is also the author and illustrator of The Silver Rings, the Early Readers’ Fairy Tale Collection, and the illustrator of the award-winning title, The Last Akaway by Gary Karton.
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