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by Lucy Clibbon,Meg Clibbon

eBook Imagine You're a Mermaid (Imagine This!) download ISBN: 1550377906
Author: Lucy Clibbon,Meg Clibbon
Publisher: Annick Press (September 6, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1954 kb
Fb2: 1153 kb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: lit azw docx mbr
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Imagine You're a Mermaid book.

Imagine You're a Mermaid book. A merrily alluring guide to the realm of mermaids  .

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Clibbon, Meg; Clibbon, Lucy. Provides a glimpse of what it involves to be a mermaid, including what they look like, what they do during the day, how they communicate, and what life under the sea is like. 26 unnumbered pages : 26 cm. Bookplateleaf.

Imagine You're a Mermaid. Illustrated by Lucy Clibbon, Text by Meg Clibbon. Awash with information on all things mermaid, this book offers tips on what to wear (seashell tiaras and seaweed hair extensions), where to live (in coral castles with turrets of pearl), and what to do (look beautiful and maybe make some mischief). Dripping with mermaid tales, sea scenes, and even some treats to try (mer-ingues, anyone?), and saturated with stunning artwork (including watercolors, of course Imagine You're a Mermaid! is guaranteed to drown your boredom.

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A merrily alluring guide to the realm of mermaids.

If you've ever heard the call to be such a creature, Imagine You're a Mermaid! is the guide for you! Awash with information on all things mermaid, this book offers tips on what to wear (seashell tiaras and seaweed hair extensions), where to live (in coral castles with turrets of pearl), and what to do (look beautiful and maybe make some mischief).

Dripping with mermaid tales, sea scenes, and even some treats to try (mer-ingues, anyone?), and saturated with stunning artwork (including watercolors, of course Imagine You're a Mermaid! is guaranteed to drown your boredom.

Key Features: Fun to read, look at, and do activities Eye-catching illustrations complement delightfully silly descriptions

Comments: (5)
Xisyaco
My family really likes this book, as well as the fairy, pirate and wizard options we've read.
I do not take umbrage with the issues another poster raised because we choose books for a variety of reasons.
Some are fantastical some have a deeper meaning or message. All are read and discussed together as necessary.
I like that the books are somewhat interactive, the fairy one has spells and activities our children enjoyed.
The artwork is also very nice and creative.

It is a nice option outside of the Disney Princess and the like variety.
Lyrtois
I checked this book out at the public library because it had lovely illlustrations and my daughters are interested in mermaids. I didn't read it before we read it together. I was shocked! The mermaids spend all their time on their appearances, which is "better than being useful." The mermen, on the other hand, defend the castle, etc. Was this book written in the 1950s? It is terrible, but it did affirm that I'm teaching my girls well. About halfway through, my kindergarten daughter, who always wants to complete a book, remarked, "That is enough of that book." Agreed. We didn't even finish it. Don't waste your money; I'm glad I didn't.
Rocksmith
My daughter brought this home from her school library. Imagine my disgust at a line in this book that asserts a mermaid's life, which seems boiled down to nothing more than being beautiful and shopping for accessories, is "better than being useful." From start to finish, this book undermined the core values we attempt to teach our daughter: that consumerism does not equal happiness, that true beauty can't be achieved through accessories and that it is quite important to be useful. Yes, she is quite beautiful, but she is worth so much more than that. How about a book extolling the virtues of a scientist's life? Imagine the possibilities when we look beyond the stereotypes.
Bloodray
We got this from the library and I am relieved to see several other strong opinions posted here. This is an absolutely disgusting message for young girls. Please do not buy this for any child. Our young girls (and boys) should be spared this horrible, degrading, shallow story. I will be asking our local library to remove it from their shelves. I could only hope that Amazon and other retailers do the same.
Ceroelyu
The previous reviewer is absolutely correct. I quietly sent this book to Davy Jones's locker.