Mermaids by Claire Hawcock


Mermaids by Claire Hawcock

Dive down to the forgotten underwater kingdom of Mermina to explore the world of the Mermaids. Special items add to the deep-sea magic, with flaps concealing hidden treasures and enchanting documents that lift from the page.

About the Author

Claire Hawcock has written numerous books for children on a variety of subjects, including ancient and natural history. She has a particular interest in fairy tales, myths and legends. Claire's first picture book, Mine, All Mine, was published by Boxer Books in 2009, to be followed by a series of first chapter books for girls. Other previously published works include Dragon's Egg (Walker Books); Amazing Pop-up Pull-out T-Rex and Amazing Pop-up Pull-out Mummy (DK). She lives in Bath with her husband and children. Pat Moffett spent a year in a factory labelling gripe before enrolling for a degree in illustration and graphic design. In 2001, after 15 years of working as a designer and art buyer, she rekindled her desire to be an illustrator by undertaking an MA. Her books for children include Fairies and Magical Horses, also for Carlton, as well as Mirrorstorm and Mirrorscape.

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28 pages
Interest Age: 7+ years


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Publication date

2nd September 2010



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