Real Mermaids Dont Hold Their Breath (Real Mermaids, #2)



Real Mermaids Dont Hold Their Breath (Real Mermaids, #2) Jade Begins Her Summer Confused Yes, There S That Whole Will This Be A Leg Day Or A Tail Day Kind Of Confusion, But Jade S Got Even Bigger Problems It S Been Three Weeks Since Mom Returned To The Ocean With No News Of Her Whereabouts Plus, It S Been Twenty One Days Since Jade First Kissed Her Mer Boy Luke And Now Nothing.Will Mom Find The Enchanted Tidal Pool That Will Allow Her To Become Human And Why Is Luke Acting So Weird The SEAquel To Helene Boudreau S Critically Acclaimed Real Mermaids Don T Wear Toe Rings Is As Energetic And Fresh As A Salty Sea Breeze.

H l ne Boudreau writes fiction and non fiction for children and young adults She is also a compulsive walker, a chicklet wrangler and a lover of cheese and cheap chocolate.Her tween novel REAL MERMAIDS DON T WEAR TOE RINGS is a 2011 Crystal Kite Member Choice Award Finalist.

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  • Paperback
  • 231 pages
  • Real Mermaids Dont Hold Their Breath (Real Mermaids, #2)
  • Helene Boudreau
  • English
  • 15 April 2017

10 thoughts on “Real Mermaids Dont Hold Their Breath (Real Mermaids, #2)

  1. Savannah (Books With Bite) says:

    Cute story Fun and fresh, I had no trouble diving into this book, falling into the world quickly.Being that this book is the second and I still have not read the first, I did not have any trouble picking up where the author left off The author does a great job on catching up the reader without it being too much The subtle hints and past thoughts help the reader move at a smooth pace along with the story.The plot line of this book is enjoyable There is some action in it that made me feel gidd Cute story Fun and fresh, I had no trouble diving into this book, falling into the world quickly.Being that this book is the second and I still have not read the first, I did not have any trouble picking up where the author left off The author does a great job on catching up the reader without it bein...

  2. Summer says:

    Butterflies over Boutiques Cute and quirky A fun quick read to relax before my upcoming finals Kind of disappointed that the next book is not on Kindle Unlimited.There is a bunch of fun humor within this book, so that was fun Lots of fish puns It was a quick read to help me stay on track with my reading challenge in between classes But I feel for the characters in this book, being a teen is hard Especially when you end up getting a tail But I also do not remember having as much freedom wh Butterflies over Boutiques Cute and quirky A fun quick read to relax before my upcoming finals Kind of disappointed that the next book is not on Kindle Unlimited.There is a bunch of fun humor within this book, so that was fun Lots of fish puns It was a quick read to help me stay on track with my reading challenge in between classes But ...

  3. Lindsay says:

    Jade s summer starts off rather confusingly She s never sure if it ll be a tail day or a legs day, she s heard nothing about her mom s whereabouts after she returned to the ocean, and while she might ve been kissed by mer boy Luke, it s been twenty one days since and now nothing But she doesn t really have ...

  4. Alanna (The Flashlight Reader) says:

    One word for this book cute The cover drew my attention first I mean, how cute is it I love that the mermaid tail is drawn on a chalk board and looks like it could or could not be attached to the girl Super cute That air of whimsy carries over into the book as well I did not read the first book in the series, but that didn t seem to matter The author does a nice enough job of highlighting the main points from the earlier plot without retelling every single detail As I ve said, I had fun One word for this book cute The cover drew my attention first I mean, how cute is it I love that the mermaid tail is drawn on a chalk board and looks like it could or could not be attached to the girl Super cute That air of whimsy carries over into the book as well I did not read the first book in the series, but that didn t seem to matter The author does a nice enough job of highlighting the main points from the earlier plot without retelling every single detail As I ve said, I had fun reading Real Mermaids Don t Hold Their Breath, but it didn t wow me I m not sure why I didn t find myself caught up in the story It was a fast read that I enjoyed, but it didn t really leave a lasting impression I m sure a tweenage reader would appreciate itthan me I really don t have a lot to say because it didn t wow me The story line was tightly woven and consistent, which is always a must for a good story That much I did appreciate The characters were cute and came across as wholesome I thi...

  5. J. says:

    Cute and fun like the first book but I am not a fan of the 14 year old dating situations Too young in my opinion I really wish I could find some books for girls with strong positive female characters that do not include romance.

  6. Winter says:

    AWESOME

  7. L says:

    There were no mermaids holding their breath in this book Yet there were finally toe rings.

  8. Lisa Dickson says:

    The adventure continues and it s exciting and fun

  9. Kourtney Maxin Williams says:

    Awesome book

  10. Bonnie (A Backwards Story) says:

    The second book in the Real Mermaids series, REAL MERMAIDS DON T HOLD THEIR BREATH, doesn t let me down, remaining as humorous and fun as the first book, REAL MERMAIDS DON T WEAR TOE RINGS, does Jade continues to embrace the insecurities of adolescence the summer she turns fourteen From the woes of whether or not a crush likes you back to chatting with your dad about the appropriate age for dating, Real Mermaids continues to tackle the issues most important to tweens while still building a fun The second book in the Real Mermaids series, REAL MERMAIDS DON T HOLD THEIR BREATH, doesn t let me down, remaining as humorous and fun as the first book, REAL MERMAIDS DON T WEAR TOE RINGS, does Jade continues to embrace the insecurities of adolescence the summer she turns fourteen From the woes of whether or not a crush likes you back to chatting with your dad about the appropriate age for dating, Real Mermaids continues to tackle the issues most important to tweens while still building a fun underwater adventure story.While RMDHTB builds off the world set in RMDWTR, it could be read as a stand alone H l ne Boudreau does a good job summing up the events of the first book, which reminds me of when I actively read books in this genre Sometimes I loved reading the sum ups and catching up Unless it was Sweet Valley or the BSC, and ...

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