Get These Top-Rated Children’s Mermaid Books for Bedtime

Top-Rated Children's Mermaid Books“The Little Mermaid” never grows old. Everyone knows it – your mom, your dad, your siblings, your classmates… and now your children. The story is so endearing it’s not called a “classic” for no reason.

Now your children want another mermaid story. It’s time to introduce them to another set of characters. Here, we list down top-rated children’s mermaid books that everyone – yup, including you – will definitely enjoy reading before bedtime.

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Three Little Mermaids

“Three Little Mermaids” by author-illustrator Mara Van Fleet is an interactive story about three cute mermaids who, one day, decide to invite their sea friends for a tea party. The book is intended for children aged 2 to 5, teaching them how to count from 1 to 10.

Pinkalicious and Aqua, the Mini-Mermaid

If your child loves Pinkalicious, says one mom, she’s going to love this book. Plus, the included stickers will definitely get her excited even more.

“Pinkalicious and Aqua, the Mini-Mermaid” shares the adventure of Pinkalicious and Peter as they tag their friend Aqua for a day at the seashore. It’s written by award-winning illustrator and author Victoria Kann.

The Tail of Emily Windsnap

Targeting pre-teen boys and girls, “The Tail of Emily Windsnap” tells the story of a young girl, Emily, who when discovering about her identity, decides to explore the sea. Surely, children will be engrossed as they follow her exciting adventure.

Fancy Nancy and the Mermaid Ballet

“Fancy Nancy and the Mermaid Ballet” is not exactly about mermaids per se. However, the message that it gives will definitely resonate throughout the years. It tells the story of how a young girl deals with disappointment after finding out that a coveted role in a dance show was given to somebody else.

Camille’s Mermaid Tale

“Camille’s Mermaid Tale” is mostly about friendship, telling the story of how a group of friends help Camille turn a garden into something that she loves and misses dearly.

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