Forbidden Wings, A Mermaid's Story

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Nadeea is shorter than other Mermaids. Tormented by them, she wishes she could fly away with her fairy friends. Sir Cecil and Sadie Squarette take her to the home of the Damselflies who may have wings for her. Gwitihn, the Goat Witch, threatens her when Nadeea tries to save the Queen. When the Mers are captured by evil Sea Lions, she must decide: Will she wait for her wings or rescue the Mers? More
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About M. C. Arvanitis

M. C. Arvanitis resides in Freemont, Nebraska. She has a degree in Early Childhood Education. She taught preschool and early elementary for over thirty years until her retirement two years ago. She now spends her time writing elementary chapter books and Young Adult novels. Her short stories have been published in Skipping Stones Magazine, Totline Teaching Tales (Warren Publishing Co.), and Building Blocks for Bright Beginnings.

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Jennifer Ladd reviewed on Jan. 14, 2013

Having read one of M.C. Arvanitis’ children’s’ books in the past I kind of had a feeling what to expect: a cute story with some great lessons. I was not disappointed.

Having grown up on Disney movies, I think that every little girl at one point or another has wished that she was a mermaid; but never really wondered what mermaids wish for when there’s no prince around. I would never have guessed wings.

Nadeea the mermaid is just one of many unique characters in Forbidden Wings but she is by far my favorite. She was born different from other mermaids and as a result was bullied. She desperately wants wings so that she can fly like faeries. I loved that Nadeea didn’t wish to be like the mermaids that bullied her, but wished to stand out even more.

She goes on a quest to find someone who can make her wish come true and ends up not only making a lot of new friends but learning some important lessons about who she is and life in general. I really thought that this was a great book for kids and would greatly recommend it.
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