Zoe and the Mermaids by Jane Andrews

Zoe and the Mermaids

Written by Jane Andrews

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The fairies are down on the beach having all kinds of fun but their day will really be made if they find some mermaids. It’s very unusual to see a mermaid, warns the fairy Queen.

Lovely illustrations tell this gentle, imaginative fantasy.


Zoe and the Mermaids by Jane Andrews

When all the fairies go for an outing to the beach, Zoe and Pip hope to catch sight of a mermaid while they enjoy the sun. But when they actually see one, they find her crying on a rock. Her sister is trapped under the water and Zoe and Pip offer to help, but they will have to use all their fairy magic to avoid the dangers of the deep sea.

About the Author

After art college Jane Andrews was a freelance illustrator for two children’s publishers. She also worked in the drawing office of a factory, and in various design studios as a paste up and finish artist, before returning to illustration after the birth of her two sons. She now works mostly on educational books and magazines as well as for Piccadilly.

She has written and illustrated books for Piccadilly Press including Milly at Magic School and the popular Zoë series.

Jane lives in High Wycombe, Bucks. She enjoys all sorts of music, ballet, weekly keep fit classes, swimming, food, going to the cinema and travel (finances permitting).

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Piccadilly Press Ltd

Publication date

28th April 2006




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