Mermaid Mysteries: Rosa and the Water Pony

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Albert Whitman and Company, Jul 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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The mermaid friends are excited about Mermaid Bay's annual carnival where the best performance wins a beautiful pearl necklace! Rosa uses magic to create a pony out of water, and she plans to perform amazing tricks on its back. But just before the carnival begins, the magical water pony is stolen. Who is trying to sabotage the friends' performance--and why?

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Review: Rosa and the Water Pony (Mermaid Mysteries #1)

User Review  - Cboatfield11 - Goodreads

The annual Mermaid Bay's carnival is happening soon and some mermaid friends are getting ready to compete in hopes of winning the beautiful pearl necklace! Using magic, a seahorse is changed into a ... Read full review

Review: Rosa and the Water Pony (Mermaid Mysteries #1)

User Review  - Shannon Jones - Goodreads

It was amazing because they took a sea horse and turned it into a horse. Then there was a competition and they all rode the horse and did tricks. The Protagonist was Melody, Sula, Rosa, and Coral. The Antagonist was Muriel and Myrtle who kept conspiring ways to pester the Water Babes. Read full review


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About the author (2011)

Katy Kit studied English at the University of London and went on to become a children's book editor. She moved to Bath, England, in 1996, where she now lives with her husband, David, and their two young children.

After a degree and 10 years working in Graphic Design, Tom Knight eventually realised that true happiness lies in drawing pictures in a shed at the bottom of the garden for a living. Brought up on a healthy diet of Tintin, The Beano and good country air, Tom finds his inspiration all over the place, constantly getting under his feet and making a mess. Tom lives on Mersea island with his splendid wife Tabby and their 2 boys, Archie and Seth.

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