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Meet the Mermaids: Hi, I'm Jenny

Meet the Mermaids: Hi, I'm Jenny

by Lois Petren /

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In this charming mermaid book meet Jenny, one of the Five Enchanted Mermaids! Her best friend is a seahorse called Sam and her favorite color is orange. And, she loves to sing. 

She lives with her mermaid sisters in an undersea kingdom called Atargatis where they have lots of sea creature friends. Each of the five mermaids has a special skill that they can use to help their friends. Jenny is the most confident mermaid.

In this children’s mermaid book, Meet the Mermaids: Hi, I’m Jenny, Jenny describes her experience of learning to sing, and then losing her self-confidence because she didn’t think she sang very well. Then she shares all the tips she used to get her confidence back so she could sing better.

This kids' positive thinking book helps children overcome those little negative voices in their heads with realistic ideas about ways they can use positive thinking for kids to boost their self-confidence.

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Lois Petren

Lois Petren, author of the Lulu and Lainey and Five Enchanted Mermaids series of children's picture books, became an author by chance when, after returning from a family vacation in Paris, she discovered she had left behind a ball of yarn she needed to complete a knitting project. This became the inspiration for her first book, "Lulu and Lainey ... a French Yarn." Five additional books followed.

The Lulu and Lainey series follows the exploits of a little French girl, named Lulu, who loves to knit with her grand-mére. She even has a favorite ball of squishy green yarn, which she calls “Lainey”.

Since 2018, in collaboration with LifeMadeSimple, LLC, Lois has authored a series of books about the Five Enchanted Mermaids, a diverse multicultural group of mermaids who help children to develop a growth mindset and learn developmental skills. Each mermaid has a superpower, which can help young children in their early development.

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