Bad Mermaids Make Waves
By: Sibéal Pounder Illustrator: Jason Cockcroft
Luciana V loved this book and had to show everyone how funny and cool chapter 5 was. While she really was enthralled by the adventure part of the book, she also enjoys humor so the combination of both had her excited to continue reading. She also commented on how great the artwork was as well.
A trio of smart and stylish mermaids are about to make a splash in this hilarious start to a new middle-grade series that’s The Little Mermaid meets My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish.
Mermaids Beattie, Mimi, and Zelda’s summer on land with temporary legs is going swimmingly-until they receive a strange message ordering them to return home at once. The beloved queen of the Hidden Lagoon has been fishnapped, and some seriously bad mermaids have taken over instead! Now, the girls are the only ones who can stop them.
If they’re going to save the day, they’ll need a clam car, some piranha-print nail polish, and possibly a talking seahorse named Steve. Can they do it?
Filled with magical mysteries, fabulous shell fashions, and three fin-tastic protagonists to root for, Bad Mermaids Make Waves is a hysterical new middle-grade adventure that will have readers begging for the sea-quel.
Luciana V excitedly lets us know some more about the book:
If you could use one word to describe the book, what word would you use?
If you could be anyone in the book who would you choose and why?
Steve, because he is a talking sea-horse
Tell us why you liked the book.
I liked the book because it was adventurous
Who was your favorite character and why?
Beattie was my favorite character because she had a lot of great ideas to save the lagoon
What did you think about the artwork?
The words on the artwork were funny and the pictures were realistic