Ringlet and the Day the Oceans Stopped

Felicity Williams


It’s mergirl Ringlet against time and tides … and there’s not much left of either.

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About the book

An eleven-year-old mergirl has better things to do than save the oceans from deadly stagnation. Except there’s no one else. And worse still, something monstrous is hellbent on stopping her. It’s Ringlet against time and tides … and there’s not much left of either.

About the author

Felicity Williams was born in Christchurch, New Zealand where she still lives today. She grew up in a house full of music and books – her mother was a classical singer and her father was a scientist – and has written hundreds of plays and operettas for children. She’s currently the owner and director of Canvas Bag Drama School and the rest of the time she writes.

Over the last few years, Felicity has spent considerable time researching the various habitats and species of merfolk. She discovered that merfolk are capable of living anywhere that there is water — in lakes and lochs, wells and waterfalls, ponds and rivers. Inside clouds and at the polar ice caps. There are also some who live in muddy puddles, although if you ever find one who does, Felicity’s advice is to walk quickly past the puddle and pretend you haven’t noticed anything.


Dimensions: 128 × 198mm
Number of pages: 268
Binding: soft cover

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