A fabulously funny fantasy fiction novel for children aged 9 - 12
by Stuart and Linda Macfarlane
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from Medusa Island:
Simon rowed faster. As her song was in Greek they couldn’t understand
the words but even if they had it would have made no difference. They
were spellbound—trapped by the nymph’s wondrous voice as she sang her
enchanting song . .
Come one by one,
Come to my seaweed wonderland.
My sea-horses will serve you,
A feast of oyster and caviar,
As you rest your weary heads,
On pillows made from turtle-shell.
And the cod will dance,
And the salmon will sing,
And you my dears will have everything.
Come to my seaweed wonderland,
Come, come, come to your graves.
still water an enormous head rose up. A green scaly head with a mouth so
big it could swallow fifty men in one go without the use of a knife and
fork. The children were so entranced by the song that they kept heading
towards it. Three gigantic bulging eyes watched them approach. Just a
few days earlier this fierce sea monster had been Melissa’s mild
mannered teacher, Miss Doogooder. Now she planned Melissa’s demise.