The Mermaid Atlas: Merfolk of the World (Hardback)
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The Mermaid Atlas: Merfolk of the World (Hardback)

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Hardback 48 Pages / Published: 01/06/2020
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The Mermaid Atlas will be your ultimate companion in discovering all your merfolk facts!

All over the world, wherever there's water, there are stories, legends and eyewitness accounts of mermaids. These magical, mesmerizing people of the deep have been well known for thousands of years, and almost every country and culture has a tale to tell about them. People have written, sung and passed on rumours about mermaids since ancient times, and often reported their own mermaid encounters, too.

Do you know the facts and stories surrounding the magical and, often elusive, world of mermaids? This gorgeously illustrated new book includes everything you wanted to know about these mysterious and captivating creatures. Discover their secrets in this beautiful compendium, written by children's author Anna Claybourne and illustrated throughout by award-winning Spanish illustrator Miren Asiain Lora.

The colourful spreads will take you on an-around-the-world journey, starting in Europe and the warm Mediterranean to the icy Baltic, as well as through countless isles, lakes and waterfalls, continuing to Africa with its immense lakes, cave pools and swampy deltas. Asia is the next stop with its thousands of islands, beaches, rivers and lakes while Oceania, surrounded by the Pacific Ocean with its scattered islands, seems to be the perfect environment for these mysterious creatures. The journey ends with North and South America, where there are sightings of water spirits and fish-tailed ocean goddesses throughout the whole continent, home to the freezing Arctic, the tropical Caribbean as well as the world's largest jungle.

The Mermaid Atlas will introduce you to the merfolk of the world, whether it's the beautiful Selkies of the Scottish seas, the wily Iara of Brazil who love to outwit travellers or the fearful Ningyo of Japan who can give you eternal life.

Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
ISBN: 9781786275844
Number of pages: 48
Weight: 540 g
Dimensions: 290 x 225 x 10 mm

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Amalia Gkavea

“A treasure for any mythology lover.”

''She is a mermaid, but approach her with caution. Her mind swims at a depth most would drown in.''
J. Iron Word

Mermaids. Complicated, controversial, mysterious,... More

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“5 stars!”

"The Mermaid Atlas" is such a lovely book! Beautiful illustrations accompany a good selection of stories and facts about mermaids, their lives and habits. The best part is that the book concentrates on tales... More

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“Beautiful Tales from the Deep”

A beautifully drawn and written history of Merpeople. The book is probably aimed at younger readers 8-12 year olds but it is an enchanting read for all ages. Each page tells a different story of a mermaid, merman,... More

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