Amber Beetle Books

The Magical Mermaid Portal

The magical full moon

lights the underwater path

to the Mermaid Portal

Of the forgotten golden city

When eleven-year-old Celline finds a pearl bracelet on the beach, it leads her to discover an old family secret.

This secret will change her life forever, in ways she could never have imagined.

Reading age – 8-12 (suitable for reading to younger children, and also suitable for children over 60).
The Magical Mermaid Portal is book 2 in the Magical Doorway Series and is available now in paperback, hardback and on Kindle.

The Magical Faerie Door

The magical full moon
Lights the doorway to Eireaf,
Land of the purple sun
and the golden Faerie Queen

When Lily is given a magical faerie door by a lady who looks suspiciously like a faerie, she has no idea that her life is about to become very magical indeed.
Reading age – 8-12 (suitable for reading to younger children, and also suitable for children over 60).
The Magical Faerie Door is available now in paperback, hardback and on Kindle.

About the Author

Michelle Louise Gordon has been writing fiction about faeries, angels, mermaids and aliens for adults for many years now, and has decided to now write a series for children with similar magical creatures. She plans to write seven books in the Magical Doorway Series!

About the Illustrator

Lucja Fratczak-Kay illustrated The Magical Mermaid Portal and has made her home in the beautiful Wye Valley, where she and her husband have raised their two boys.

A lifelong artist, Lucja also owns a vegan skincare and soy candle business, naturally wye. She harvests the botanicals for her products from her very own garden.

naturallywye.co.uk

About the Illustrator

Rachel Miller illustrated The Magical Faerie Door and lives in Gloucestershire, UK, with her multi-talented fiancé, Jon, and bouncy labrador cross, Cassie. As well as drawing all things faerie, Rachel enjoys spiritual and personal development, playing the flute and piano, and annoying the neighbours with her singing.
She also runs a blog called Emotional Wellness.

You can check out her blog here –
rachelmiller1511.wordpress.com

and more of her gorgeous artwork here –
facebook.com/rachelmillerartist