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When I first read The Glass Mermaid, I was in fourth grade.

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Susan Clymer (1951–present) is an American author of children's books. She has published fifteen books, eleven of them through Scholastic Corporation. She is perhaps best known for her Animals in Room 202 series, including There's a Hamster in my Lunchbox, There's a Frog in my Sleepingbag, There's a Tarantula in my Homework, and There's a Rabbit in my Backpack. She currently lives in Kansas where she divides her time between writing and directing residencies as a visiting author in schools.

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By Pamela Johnson, Susan Clymer. Becca's mermaid was going to come alive. And Becca was about to have the greatest adventrue of her life. lt;p What's happening to Becca's mermaid?

Waking up at midnight on Christmas Eve, Becca, a little girl, sees two tiny people on the Christmas tree and travels with them to a fantasy world

Comments: (7)

Arilak
my favorite childhood book! so glad someone had a copy!
Vudomuro
I love this book! It's a book I read when I was young and enjoy reading it with my child. This is a must read for any kid
Moonworm
Rebecca Ladimer, or Becca, lives with her mother and year-older sister Adelle in the same house where her grandfather Alfred had lived as a little boy. Adelle is a very graceful dancer, and Becca is a little jealous of her. It is Christmas Eve, and Becca’s favorite ornament, given to her by her grandfather, is a glass mermaid whom she calls Lady Mer. Becca wakes up at midnight and goes down to see the presents under the tree. She finds two little people about six inches tall, a boy named Jingle and a woman named Sander, taking Lady Mer to their home in Seatown to be a companion for their mermaid Sealily. How does one get to Seatown? Through a tiny door in the trunk of the Christmas tree! And when Becca touches the doorknob, she becomes little too.

However, before the three can get Lady Mer, who is now alive, to Seatown, they must pass the home of an evil sorceress known as The Captain who tries to stop them because she wants to keep the mermaid for herself and also to make Becca stay as her apprentice sorceress. They have one hour to take Lady Mer to Seatown or she will die and Becca will have to stay. Will they make it in time? And will Becca ever be able to get home? There are some in my acquaintance who do not like stories about Christmas and others who do not like stories about sorcery or magic of any kind, so people in both categories would want to avoid this book. But for those who do not share these objections, The Glass Mermaid is a cute, though fast-paced, holiday story, especially for young girls. And as a result of her adventures, Becca learns the important lesson that she is as special as Adelle, only in a different way.
Zahisan
This book was really good because it was an adventure to beat time. Becca, Sander, Jingle and Lady Mer were really good characters because they were full of excitement. I started getting a little nervous when they said that the mermaid's tail was starting to turn to glass again. I was worried that they wouldn't make it. I was also worried when they put the mermaid in the water but she didn't move. They kept me guessing until the end.
Munimand
When I first read The Glass Mermaid, I was in fourth grade. It is a wonderful book for elementary school-aged children, and for anyone who likes fantasy that keeps you guessing until the end! The descriptions of the journey inside the Christmas tree really make you feel you are traveling with the boy and the mermaid! I recommend this book to anyone.
Jelar
I READ THIS BOOK IN ELEM. SCHOOL AND IT CAPTURED MY IMAGINATION. THIS IS A WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENT BECAUSE IT KEEPS THE YOUNG READER INTERESTED IN THE ADVENTURE FROM PAGE ONE. I AM 23 NOW, AND I JUST BOUGHT A USED COPY OF IT TO RE-READ AND HOLD ONTO UNTIL I HAVE CHILDREN ONE DAY!
Kekinos
On Christmas Eve young Becca discovers tiny people climbing on her tree, trying to carry off her favorite ornament--a glass mermaid. She agrees to shrink to their size and join them in their quest to save the mermaid of Seatown. They all disappear down a hidden door in the tree trunk. Becca, Sander and Jingle race against time to rescue both mermaids from the evil schemes of the Captain--a sorceress who terrorizes Seatown.
Becca has always been jealous of her older, graceful sister, but on this magic night she discovers that she has value and talents in her own right--she needs to be brave and strong to help her miniature friends. When her task is accomplished, she realizes that she truly belongs in her real family after all; she is NOT second best or a failure. A light read which elementary girls will enjoy. (Could introduce a class discussion of sibling rivalry and how we view ourselves.)
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Author: Susan Clymer
ISBN: 0590328395
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks; No Edition Stated edition (October 1, 1986)
Pages: 80 pages