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A mermaid tale to inspire giggles in mermaid lovers everywhere! When a seahorse tries to convince a group of sea creatures why nobody likes mermaids, will it be the seahorse who learns something in the end? Come along on this imaginative, laugh out loud adventure and learn why nobody likes mermaids (hint: it's because everybody loves them!). This funny mermaid picture book gently addresses SEL concepts such as jealousy, accepting differences, comparisons, and being comfortable with yourself―in a fun, child-friendly way. A special nonfiction section filled with facts about seahorses is also included at the end of the book! "Mermaids are so overrated. They can't change colors, their tails blend in with the ocean, and they claim to be magical (but I've never seen them do anything!). Plus, they're really hard to find. Seahorses are known to be great friends...There are so many reasons why nobody likes mermaids. Don't believe me? Read this book and I'll prove it to you!" - Seahorse Also in the Nobody Likes series:
Nobody Likes Unicorns
Nobody Likes the Easter Bunny
and more to come!
Nobody Likes Mermaids is an instructive and imaginative read-aloud picture book perfect for:
Mermaid (and seahorse) fans everywhere!
Gifts for kids ages 4-7
Parent and educators who want to teach social and emotional learning (SEL), opinions, and nonfiction learning
Families, teachers, librarians, and classroom story times for preschool, kindergarten, and elementary students
Karen Kilpatrick knows her ABCs and likes to tell stories, so she makes up combinations of words on the computer! She also is a mom of three, runs a nonprofit called Authors4Education, is the Marketing Chair on the board of directors for Women in Toys, and created the plush toy brand MeBears. Some of Karen's other books include When Pencil Met Eraser and When Pencil Met the Markers.
Germán Blanco likes doodling so he draws some caricatures and then puts them on the computer, voila. He is also a graphic designer, a former Creative Director for a global toy company, and a member of the board of directors for Authors4Education. Germán illustrated the books When Pencil Met Eraser and When Pencil Met the Markers.