The Mer-Child: A Legend for Children and Other Adults

The Mer-Child: A Legend for Children and Other Adults

Robin Morgan Jesse Spicer Zerner
3.4/5 (14 ratings)
This enchanting story tells of two outsiders who find a deep kinship in each other. The Mer-Child—with his pale green skin, surf-white hair, and shimmering tail—is not fully accepted in the sea world or the human world. The Little Girl—the child of a black mother and a white father—has been ostracized both because of her race and because her legs are paralyzed. The bond they weave, against all odds, becomes a wondrous celebration of our common capacity to love.
Language
English
Pages
64
Format
Paperback
Publisher
The Feminist Press at CUNY
Release
January 01, 1993
ISBN
1558610545
ISBN 13
9781558610545

The Mer-Child: A Legend for Children and Other Adults

Robin Morgan Jesse Spicer Zerner
3.4/5 (14 ratings)
This enchanting story tells of two outsiders who find a deep kinship in each other. The Mer-Child—with his pale green skin, surf-white hair, and shimmering tail—is not fully accepted in the sea world or the human world. The Little Girl—the child of a black mother and a white father—has been ostracized both because of her race and because her legs are paralyzed. The bond they weave, against all odds, becomes a wondrous celebration of our common capacity to love.
Language
English
Pages
64
Format
Paperback
Publisher
The Feminist Press at CUNY
Release
January 01, 1993
ISBN
1558610545
ISBN 13
9781558610545

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