If I Were A Mermaid by Michele Medlyn

Dreams come true for a little girl as she takes her adventures into the sea, greeting and playing with the amazing creatures that live there. After a wonderful day learning about life under the sea, she realizes it’s time to go home to Mommy, Daddy, and her friends on land, where she truly belongs.

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If I Were A Mermaid by Michele Medlyn

A Review

Charming characters so beautifully illustrated. The story is sweet and each page has delightful, charming characters so beautifully illustrated. The story is sweet, and what I liked best was the way it encourages a child’s’ creativity imagination! Darling book to add to your collection! I’m keeping one, and sending others to the grandchildren!

~ Joyce S.

About Michele Medlyn

If I Were A Mermaid by Michele Medlyn Michele L. Medlyn was born in Mesa, Arizona. Although she lived in Texas for a few years, her roots are in Arizona, and she moved back for the last time in 1990, where she eventually met and married her husband, Ken. Having an active imagination as a child, Michele spent her childhood “pretending” with her best friend, playing cowboys and Indians, spies, dolls and anything else they could think of. Over the years, Michele doodled pictures and penned poetry for both adults and children, usually with some humor involved or a twist at the end. She even wrote a poem about her grandmother’s 60-year-old hair that grandma couldn’t reach to shave! Having discovered she also had a talent for music at the age of 12, she spent much of her teenage years playing the violin and singing with a trio. The young trio found some popularity in their community and also performed on a local television show, competing in a talent competition up against none other than the now-famous Wayne Newton, who was a young teenager himself at the time, singing locally with his brother, Jerry. Although writing is her current focus, Michele continues to sing whenever the opportunity arises and now enjoys being able to direct her church choir as well.

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