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The Mermaid Handbook

A Guide to the Mermaid Way of Life, Including Recipes, Folklore, and More

by Taylor Widrig, by (artist) Briana Corr Scott

tagged: cooking & food, water (oceans, lakes, etc.), diet & nutrition
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“Adapted from From history and folklore to recipes and tips for ocean preservation, as well as profiles and original illustrations of mer-maidens from around the world, The Mermaid’s Handbook features everything you need to know to follow the mermaid way of life. Includes an introduction by Dr. Alan Critchley with everything you’ve ever wanted to know about seaweeds, and original 2-colour illustrations by artist Briana Corr Scott.family stories told across Newfoundland and passed down over generations, these 10 spine-tingling tales traverse centuries and introduce readers to nooks and the Island's nooks and crannies. This spooky collection features black-and-white illustrations as well as traditional context on each story and the art of storytelling in Newfoundland.

About the Authors
Taylor Widrig is from the South Shore of Nova Scotia, where she grew up by the seaside and attended the Lunenburg Academy. She has a background in culinary arts, health and wellness, and worked as a private yacht chef prior to creating an algal development company and seaweed brands. Taylor loves theatre, sailing, islands, gardening, and spending time in nature and at home. The Mermaid Handbook is her first book.
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Briana Corr Scott as born in Salem, MA, and grew up in New Hampshire. Her love of painting began early in life, and continued during her studies at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. She moved to Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, in 2006, where she lives with her husband and three young children. She now works from a home studio, and her paintings and poems are inspired by the natural world, particularly the Nova Scotia coast. She is also the author of She Dreams of Sable Island.
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Recommended Age and Grade
Age:
8 to 12
Grade:
3 to 7

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