Where's the Mermaid
Immerse yourself in the bright and beautiful world of mermaids. Follow Meria, her mer-friends and Mer-Pug, and a host of colorful characters, on a global adventure to 16 detailed locations. From the Mer-King's birthday parade to an underwater rock concert via the circus, a sushi bar and a paradise beach, there are loads of fun scenes to explore. This book includes a special Arctic spread and extra challenge to find 10 pieces of dangerous plastic. http://www.WheresTheMermaid.com
Characters Page from "Where's the Mermaid?"
I had a lot of freedom in designing these characters each of them are found on every page of my book "Where's the Mermaid?" - http://www.wheresthemermaid.com.
The Mer-King's Birthday Parade
The opening spresad from “Where’s The Mermaid?” - http://www.wheresthemermaid.com.
The second spread from my book “Where’s The Mermaid?” - http://www.wheresthemermaid.com. In Mer-school, all the important subjects are studied: Music,dance, singing, art, sports, gardening and hairdressing.
This is where Mermaids like to hang out after school.
From my book “Where’s The Mermaid?” available now in the UK, ships worldwide - http://www.wheresthemermaid.com
Under the Arctic Ice
A speacial spread created for the book "Where's the Mermaid?", to help make young children more aware of the dangers of plastic pollution to our oceans. http://www.wheresthemermaid.com.
Rock the Boat
At night the mermaids see strange lights above and surface to find a wild party on a luxury yacht, hosted by Clay Prince, CEO and founder of Prince Corp. Inc.
From my book “Where’s The Mermaid?” - http://www.wheresthemermaid.com
This is where my story intersects for a moment with the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale, before moving off in a very different direction.
The Golden Treasure
A bonus puzzle page from “Where’s The Mermaid?” - http://www.wheresthemermaid.com. Includes a whole bunch of the strange mer-creatures created by the pollution from Clay Prince's hair products factory.
"Where's The Mermaid" Back Cover
Back color illustration for my search-and-find book, “Where’s The Mermaid?” - http://www.wheresthemermaid.com.