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Disney's Little Mermaid: Sealed With a Kiss

3.85 of 5 stars 3.85  ·  rating details  ·  61 ratings  ·  10 reviews
Ariel loves playing hide-and-seek with her little seal friend. But when the princess can’t find him anywhere she begins to worry. After a long search through the ocean, Ariel finally finds him. The happy princess gives the seal a huge hug—and seals it with a kiss! This sweet Step 2 book features the Little Mermaid in her very first Step into Reading.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published December 27th 2005 by Random House Disney
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Karla Quintanilla
In the story, "sealed with a kiss", by Melissa Lagonegro, Ariel playis with her friends and has fun, but cannot found her little seal friend. Ariel behaves in ways that make her appear playful and careful.

One example is that Ariel is playful. (pg.1). She love to play hide and seek. Ariel and Flounder want baby seal play with them.

Another example is that Ariel is careful. (pg.6) She care about babby Seal and Flounder.
Ariel is carefuless because she want the both of her friends play and don't get...more
Sarah Adamson
A fun early reader book especially for those obsessed with Ariel and mermaids! Nice short story, useful words and some actual plot unlike most princess early readers.
Little Miss and the Legomeister
It's a cute, easy reader. Little Miss isn't ready to read it herself yet, but she still enjoys the story.

Little Miss read this to me tonight. A few words were still challenging for her. Also, it is in present tense, and that was confusing for her. She kept trying to substitute the past tense words.
Took it out because it had Ariel and we hadn't read it yet. Might also have been letter K week. As with most of the Disney Princess books, it was not a strong plot with next to no characterization.
The library needed princess books for the girls. This book is cute and easy to read for the beginning readers. I'll be suggesting to the first graders, just taking some AR tests.
Sweet's Family Bookshelves
Easy reader for beginning readers. Ariel plays hide and seek with her seal friend. Only she can't find the baby seal. She discovers him stuck.

My little one loves this book. It's short and simple and it's fun to see the characters play hide and seek.
A Disney princess book that I would happily reread. Active fun with friends and helping them too.
Danett N
simple book verse the orignal but held my 7yr old intrest. ;)
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