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The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Underwater Adventure

by Michael Teitelbaum, Michael Teitelbaum

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I believe that this is a great book for children because the pictures follow the words very well and the story is easy to read. The pictures in the book seem to follow the words very well. For example, there is a picture that shows Ariel sitting on a rock, looking distressed, and there are two eels with one on either side of her. The words read, "Ursula sent her slimy eel servants, Flotsam and Jetsam, to Ariels grotto. ... Ariel was so upset that she ignored Sebastien's warning and swam off with Flotsam an Jetsam to meet with the Sea Witch." In addition, the book is very easy to read because text flows very well from one page to the next. The story reads very well and there are no breaks or skips in the story. ( )
  rprotz2 | Feb 15, 2016 |
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A mermaid loves to explore the see and wish to be like the humans. Her best friend is flounder, a talking fish. They go on adventures to sunken ships to barely escape a shark. They return to her cave of treasures to be disturbed by a human boat. She must save a prince in the end and return home before the crew sees her.

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I loved this book. The illustrations depicted the story perfectly and even for younger age groups it allowed them to follow what i was saying through the illustrations.

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1. Have the children paint blue paint onto blue paper and then paint their hands yellow to make flounder fishes onto the paper. They can then add glitter to the paper to make it look like the water is moving. They can then hang them up and pretend to be mermaids swimming in their oceans.
  CaitlinJones | Mar 12, 2013 |
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A little sea princess, longing to be human, trades her mermaid's tail for legs, hoping to win the heart of the prince she loves.

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