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    Yesterday I bought Deep Blue but I didn't start reading it yet because I'm still reading the Siren. Once I'm finished reading I'm going to read Deep Blue.

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    One series that no one has brought up yet is The Tail of Emily Windsnap. It's about a seventh-grade girl who learns she is half mermaid.
    "The Mer in me, it's easy to see. Long golden tresses, a heart set free in the Sea."

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    First time I've heard of it. I'll have to check it out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurora Celestia View Post
    One series that no one has brought up yet is The Tail of Emily Windsnap. It's about a seventh-grade girl who learns she is half mermaid.
    OMG I read those books when I was little and LOVED them!

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    Oh my gosh Emily Windsnap!! Those books were my childhood even before I was a mermaid I think I read the first four but I know that more have come out since then. Man, I might have to go back and read them...
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    I have heard about all the books mentioned and have read some of them. I'm always looking for mermaid books, so I know of several.

    "Aquamarine" by Alice Hoffman is a favorite of mine, it's short and sweet, and the movie is loosely based off of it.

    "Forgive My Fins" by Tera Lynn Childs is teenage romance fluff, but I thought it was pretty good. There are two other books because it's a series, but the one I mentioned is the best one.

    "The Music of Dolphins" by Karen Hesse has always been a favorite, although it's not actually about a mermaid, it's about a young girl who was raised by dolphins and is taken onto land by humans, and she learns about the human world and what it means to be human. It's a beautiful story, though it's a children's book.

    "Mermaid Park" by Beth Mayall is about a teenage girl who finds a place where women perform as mermaids, very much like Weeki Wachi.

    I have read "The Siren." I personally liked it up until the ending.

    I know of others, but I don't want to take up too much room listing them all. If you like I can tell you others, just PM me or let me know.
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    I went to Barnes & Noble last week and bought Rogue Wave. The second book of the Waterfire Saga.


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