The Little Mermaid, Mermaids, The Sea Fairies, The Story of Peter Pan Retold
from the fairy play by Sir James Barrie, The Sea Lady Hans Christian Andersen,
Jonathan ... like you, without any love in you or any wish to be good and wise and
happy as we are. ... Such interesting histories of sea flowers, fishes, and
monsters, such wise lessons in tides and stars, and the mysteries of the great
Author: Hans Christian Andersen
Publisher: Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing
Come along for 25 Mermaid’s adventures, collected together in one ebook - easy-to-read and easy-to-navigate! In folklore, a mermaid is an aquatic creature with the head and upper body of a female human and the tail of a fish. Mermaids appear in the folklore of many cultures worldwide, including the Near East, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Mermaids have been a popular subject of art and literature in recent centuries, such as in Hans Christian Andersen's literary fairy tale "The Little Mermaid". In this great book collected works of Hans Christian Andersen, James Barrie, Andrew Lang, L. Frank Baum, H. G. Wells, Bret Harte, Louise M. Alcott et al. Hans Christian Andersen. The Little Mermaid Jonathan Ceredig Davies. Fairies and Mermaids Andrew Lang. The Golden Mermaid. Andrew Lang. Hans, the Mermaid’s Son Mabel Quiller-Couch. Lutey and the Mermaid Mrs. Molesworth. The Unselfish Mermaid Anonymous. The Fisherman and The Merman Abbie Phillips Walker. Hilda's Mermaid Charles Weathers Bump. The Mermaid of Druid Lake Louisa M. Alcott. Mermaids Louise Imogen Guiney. Water-Folk Abbie Farwell Brown. The Mermaid L. Frank Baum. The Sea Fairies Clara F. Guernsey. The Merman and The Figure-Head William Elliot Griffis. The Entangled Mermaid H. G. Wells. The Sea Lady Daniel O'Сonnor. The Story of Peter Pan Retold from the fairy play by Sir James Barrie E. Nesbit. Wet Magic Kirk Munroe. A Fighting Mermaid Lily Dougal. The Mermaid Bret Harte. The Mermaid Of Lighthouse Point Grant M. Overton. Mermaid G. Basil Barham. The Mermaid of Zennor John Timbs. Stories of Mermaids Philip Henry Gosse. Mermaids
I'm not about to believe in mermaids but I believe you did ... Mermaids are
supposed to have one tail like a fish. ... below the surface that she could go to
and from would be easier to believe than a mermaid or whatever you wish to call
Author: Don Lucas
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
“There’s more than one fish in the sea,” so the saying goes. For Sula this is certainly true, for she lives in an ocean of diverse creatures from tiny to colossal, from gentle to aggressive. Some being so dangerous they seek to make her part of their daily diet. Only the unimaginable and bizarre circumstances of her conception make her existence even possible in this harsh world. This diversity and variety add delight and adventure to her charmed life until she becomes of age and realizes that every creature in her vast world has a compliment - a mate - with which they can produce little ones of their kind. That is, every creature but her. Since they all come from a mating pair, where is she to find the pair that produced her? Her quest leads to adventures and discoveries both delightful and frightening, until it eventually leads her to her mate - her compliment - in a love story to rival the classics as her life unfolds.
Brexston held on to the fish's tail as hard as he could, he did not let go.As
Brexston ... I have never seen a fish like you before.” The beautiful fish ... I can do
magic and I can makea wish come true for you if you have faith and believe in
Author: Elise Morris Toucet
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
There is magic in the world, that brings us happiness and laughter. The magic in our smiles, that makes another smile back. The magic we share, when we see a rainbow in the sky. The brightness of colors and its endless beauty. We wonder where does it come from, where does it go? The magic of believing so much in your dream and your dream finally comes true. Never stop believing in yourself. Your dreams, or in the love and magic of others. Because you and I are where magic comes from. The unique greatness in our minds and hearts that we need to share. Those great gifts that come from Almighty God. Open your heart and you will see just as well as beauty, there is magic in you and magic in me.
Mermaid tails came in beautiful colors like fish, but we didn't have scales, just a
thick but velvety skin. "You're starting to sound like you would like vile things
done to you," he said. "Be careful what you wish for." "No! But I'm not a fish. Why
Author: Lidiya Foxglove
Publisher: Lidiya Foxglove
"Be careful, sweet," he said, with a flash of a grin that made me realize just how handsome he could be. "It's dangerous to feel too much in Never Land.” When I took Peter’s hand and flew with him to Never Land, escaping the fate of my overworked peasant mother, I thought it was a dream, but all I found was a cursed land. Peter expected me to tell stories and mend clothes all day like I was his mother, and at night, he cried out with nightmares. In Never Land, no one really grows up. At least, not on land. With my first womanly thought, I turned into a mermaid and Peter forgot my name. Yearning to escape, I was caught by the most dangerous man on the island—the very grown up, cruel pirate Captain Hook. I’m trapped in his chambers, and he makes me a very naughty bargain—but how long before that bargain becomes something more? Something that might destroy the secret that holds Never Land together and frees two lonely hearts? Captain Hook and the Mermaid is a fairy tale retelling for those who like an adorable happily ever after with a side of serious steaminess!
It was old and yellow and it looked a bit like fish bones. Crystal held her breath in
... She even tried to fit both legs into one side of her green pyjama pants, and
every night, before she went to sleep, she made a very special wish. 'I wish I was
Author: Raewyn Caisley
Publisher: Random House Australia
Crystal longs to be a mermaid. So her mother makes her a flashing silver tail. But the tail doesn't feel real enough, until the night Crystal wears it to bed . . .
Author: J. Michael Augustyniak
Over 1,000 color photos showcase 600 dolls and 300 fashions and playsets, and numerous close-ups aid the collector in identifying out-of-box dolls. A unique three-decade overview of Barbie doll is included.
Now , I can come here whenever I wish , ” she said . “ I am content for I know that
one day I shall see him again . ” Every morning after that , the little mermaid rose
up through the blue waters hoping to catch sight of the Prince . She swam ... No
earth man could ever love you because of your fish - tail – he would think it ugly .
Author: Jacob Grimm
Twenty-three fairy tales selected from the work of Perrault, Grimm, and Andersen.
Then the little mermaid sighed, and looked sorrowfully at her fish's tail. ... through
the water, and thought — "He is certainly sailing above, he on whom my wishes
depend, and in whose hands I should like to place the happiness of my life.
Author: Hans Christian Andersen
More than 150 tales from Hans Christian Andersen, including such classics as "Thumbelina," "The Snow Queen," and "The Ugly Duckling," are collected for this beautifully illustrated volume.
oblivion for the mermaid as according to the unsigned contract to gain a soul , her
life on earth comes to an end and she turns into sea foam , if the object of her
love fails her . In order to ... When his warm blood spills out on to her legs , they
will grow together to become a fishtail and she will again be a mermaid . But the
... Andersen ' s mermaid wishes to gain the prince ' s love as well as an immortal
Author: Mihály Hoppál
Publisher: Akademiai Kiads
Most of the 17 essays were selected from presentations at a symposium some two decades ago, the proceedings of which are published in Hungarian in a 2001 second edition, or at a 1989 international conference in Budapest. They discuss such topics as orgy accusations in the middle ages, the mermaid-folklore in fiction, and the obscene humor of an Asian storyteller. There is no index. Distributed in the US by ISBS. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Could her wishing have called “ his own mythic image ” ? 12 Yolen explores her
... In the 1840s , P . T . Barnum fooled gullible people by exhibiting monkey
skeletons attached to fish as mermaids . 13 Though ... to a mermaid . To become
his lover , she transforms her fish tail to legs , which " bit like knife points into her
Author: Cathi Dunn MacRae
Publisher: Macmillan Reference USA
Organizes fantasy literature into sub-genres and examines the lives and works of authors in each of the different areas