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"I just finished the second book.It was epic!I am 8 years old and have been reading your books since I was 4.I have read every single one of them.They are my favorite series.PLEASE keep writing them!"
Eva
2

"I am 6 and a half. My favorite sea creature is the anemone shrimp. I like animals. I just finished your book, Mermaid Tales Trouble at Trident Academy! I loved it! "
eliza
1st

"My faavorite is when Shelly finds out sheś a princess"
Aarna D
3

"Hello! My name is Melody and I want to say thank you for writing your bailey kids series. I really enjoyed them when I was younger!"
Melody
7th

"I like mermaids, that's why I like this book (Battle of the Best Friends). I liked how Echo and Kiki liked Shelley for who she was already. :)"
Ava
1st

"I’m so happy you replied, I learned about Ruth from the Internet. Google or YouTube search Ruth Becker Blanchard and lots of interviews and articles will show up! Anyway onto our next survivor, #19 Michael Joseph Early life Michael Peter Joseph was born May 11, 1907 in Detroit, Michigan, USA to Lebanese immigrants, Peter (born 1883) and Kathryn Rizq (born 1886) Joseph. In 1909, he gained a sister, Mary. Kathryn and her two children went back to Lebanon around 1911 to visit relatives. Titanic For their return to the US, the Josephs took a train to Cherbourg, France where they boarded the Titanic as third-class passengers. Kathryn was 23, Michael was four, and Mary was 2 years old. The family was asleep at the time of the collision, but Kathryn was woken up by the impact. After hearing the commotion outside, she woke up her two children and got them dressed. She carried Mary in her arms while Michael held onto her skirt. When they got to the boat deck, Kathryn and Mary were separated from Michael amidst the chaos. Kathryn and Mary escaped in a lifeboat, and an unknown man picked up Michael and threw him in a lifeboat. All three of the Josephs were picked up by the Carpathia the next morning where they reunited. There the kids contracted measles, and upon arrival in New York they were hospitalized before leaving on a train for Detroit. Tragic Post Titanic life In Michigan, they lived in an apartment above a grocers, On March 22, 1914 Katherine, her husband Peter, and Michael went to church, leaving their four-year-old daughter Mary alone, asleep in her crib. Michael Tonie, the grocer who lived directly below the Joseph family, heard the screams of a child and rushed up to the apartment. Kicking open her bedroom door he was met with flames and spotted young Mary standing helpless in the middle of the room, her clothes alight. Mr Tonie, without regard for his own safety, beat the flames out with his bare hands and swept the child up and rushed her down to his grocery store where he telephoned for an ambulance; Mary was taken to St Mary's Hospital. Her parents, upon returning from church, were met by a policemen who informed them of events and they hastened to the hospital. Mary died from her injuries later that day with her parents by her side. She was buried in Mt Olivet Cemetery in Detroit.  In March 1915, Kathryn gave birth to another daughter, Sadie. However, Kathryn tragically died at the age of 26 in June of tuberculosis. Sadie tragically died in November when she was less than a year old. In 1926, Peter Joseph died of a heart condition. Michael was taken in by an uncle and aunt. Later life and death Michael married Catherine Rouhana, another Michigan native with Lebanese parents. They had four children. Michael became a truck driver. He lived in Detroit for the rest of his life, and because of his tragic childhood he was rather quiet and enjoyed nothing more than the company of his family. He never cared to discuss Titanic and only spoke of it to his grandchildren. Michael Joseph died on May 18, 1991, a week after his 84th birthday of a heart attack. His death left eighteen remaining survivors."
Clara
5

"I love your Mermaid Tales books"
Lucy G
3rd grade

"I love your Mermaid Tales books"
Aarna D
3rd

"Why do you choose to write about mythical beings?? My mom is a little skeptical of your books"
lily
4th

"hello, debbie!! I think the ending should be that her grandmother was a vampire and gave her the broche and that she simply told Eddie that.I think you could've written different endings so that the readers could guess which one happened and then you could write the answer on the bottom of the page upside down"
Lily
4th

"who is your illistrater? "
lily
4th

"I do not know what kind of vampires don't wear polka dots i read.Can you please tell me what happened in the hallway???PLEASSSSSEE!!!!!!!Also have you written any books about soccer?(reading and soccer are my favorite things to do!!!)Do yo like reading too?? Is Bridgett Butt a real person?(if so i think she is kinda bratty) Love, Your Friend, Lily"
lily
4th

"That sounds neat!"
Ella L
4th

"It was great! :D"
Ella L
4th

"Your books are amazing I got them from the libary"
Hanna
2nd

"Oh that’s great! It’s wonderful to celebrate diversity, and in your books, there is ton! Kiki is asian, Echo looks african-american, etc, etc. Speaking on which, I read the Vampires Don’t Wear Polka Dots gn! (Graphic novel)"
Ella L
4th

"From what I think is that my friend is a ice mermaid and I am a fire mermaid "
Hanna
2nd

"Thanks debbie. Adobe Flash doesn't exist or get used anymore so that is why the video won't play. can the Bookends interview be put up again but on youtube maybe please? Or do you have the script of the interview? Really love to see it"
Luc
7

" I noticed there is a cover for book 22! Oh, I shorely can’t wait!"
Ella L
4th

"Books vs looks’s my fave!"
Ella L
4th

"I have gills to prove im a mermaid "
Hanna
2nd

"My friend is a mermaid too but I don’t know what kind okay back to me I am a fire mermaid because I like hot water "
Hanna
2nd

"Guess what I figured out?lm a fire mermaid "
Hanna
2nd

"Sorry for the late reply! I think Shelly and Kiki are my personal faves."
Ella L
4th

"Thanks Debbie, I hope your webmaster can help. i checked and adobe flash is not being used anymore either since last year by Adobe. I hope the Bookends video can be fixed to be seen another way maybe"
Luc
7

"I really want to see the Books Alone and the Bookends video interview but it says Adobe flash player doesn't support the video anymore and they can't be played. Can your webmaster fix this please? It's the website for sure as I've tried on a few computers"
Luc
7

"do you think you and marcia jones will write more books together one day? are you still friends and how does writing together work?"
Niamh
6

"Hello! I’m wondering, who is your favorite Mermaid Tales character? I think I favor Kiki, or Shelly. They’re both amazing! "
Ella L
4th

"Have you been a millionaire before because your books sold millions of copies? Thanks !"
Rhys
7

"Hi Ms. Dadey! I read Mermaid Tales a lot when I was younger, and seeing my younger sis start reading it brought back memories. I remembered that I started loving the ocean when I started reading your books. Thank you Debbie Dadey!"
Nivis
7

"Oh, it definitely will be. 2021 has been etched into my brain."
Ella L
4th

"Hi!Ever since I got the 4 in 1 Mermaid Tales book,I’ve always enjoyed reading them.They also help me to get away from life and dive inside a book for awhile.Mermaid Tales rocks!!"
Emma
3rd

"Bertram Dean Early life Bertram Vere Dean was born May 21, 1910 in London, England. His parents were Bertram Frank Dean (1887-1912) and Eva Georgette “Ettie” Light Dean (1879-1975). He gained a sister in 1912, Milvina. Titanic Bertram, his parents and sister boarded the Titanic on April 10, 1912 as third class passengers. They were immigrating to Wichita, Kansas, in the United States where his father hoped to open a tobacco shop. Bertram was 1 year and 11 months and his sister was two months (she was the youngest passenger). On the night of the collision, Bertram’s father felt the collision. He woke and went up on deck, to see what was the matter. He came back and woke his family and told them to get up and dress warmly. They headed to the top deck. They lost Bertram among the chaos, however Ettie and Milvina escaped in lifeboat 13. Bertram was put in another boat. His father died in the sinking Ettie and her daughter were picked up by the Carpathia the next morning. There they found Bertram there. Ettie decided to return to England, and sailed home within the next week. In his later years Bertram was educated at King Edward's school in Southampton, paid for by compensation from the various Titanic relief funds. He went on to work at Husband's Shipyard in Southampton where he met George Beauchamp who, he learned, may have been in the same lifeboat as he. The two became good friends. Bert Dean was married to Dorothy Sinclair, who had her own Titanic-credentials: her father had purchased the music shop in Southampton previously owned by Titanic victim Henry Price Hodges. Bert was very fervent about Titanic-related activities: he granted many interviews guested at several conventions, was a frequent visitor to the Southampton City Heritage's offices during the 1980s; he was secretary for 25 years for the Anchor Darts Club at the Royal Oak pub in Woodlands. Bertram Vere Dean died 14 April 1992, aged 81.  He was cremated at Southampton Crematorium on 22nd April 1992 and his ashes were scattered in St Mary's churchyard, Eling, Totton, Southampton, England. "
Clara
5

"Hi Debbie! This is Emma, I love the book "Worst Name In Third Grade." The second I finished it I knew I had to write to you. That book is now one of my favorite books! Happy New Year! "
Emma
2

"Hi Debbie! Happy new years, and happy belated holidays! I hope you’re doing well, and having a great time. Have a great day!"
Ella L
4th

"Another titanic story George Thomas Early life George Thomas was born February 9, 1904 in Tibnin, Lebanon. His parents were Darwish Thomas (1870) and Hannah Joseph Thomas (1885). He had an older sister, Miriam, born in 1902. Darwish left Lebanon in 1905 and settled in Spring Creek, Michigan. He eventually saved enough for his wife and kids to join him. Titanic George, his mother and sister took camels to the capital of Lebanon on the coast in February 1912. From there, they boarded a ship and sailed to Marseilles, France. From there, they took a train to Cherbourg, France where they boarded the Titanic as third-class passengers. Hannah was 27, Miriam was 9 and a half, and George was eight. Throughout the voyage, George recalled he and his sister would run around the ship and explore the vacant cabins. On the night of the sinking, Hannah put George to bed, but Miriam had not returned from exploring. Several men informed Hannah that the ship was in danger but that they had been instructed to stay in their cabins and pray. George’s mother hurriedly dressed him and they headed to the upper decks where she stood him near a lifeboat and told him not to move whilst she retreated back to her cabin in search of his missing sister who, thankfully, was located. Returning, Hannah found him in the same spot but very anxious as several people had tried to get him into a lifeboat without her. The family later left the ship, possibly in Lifeboat Collapsible C and whilst in the lifeboat George later related that the ship, in her final throes, stood out of the water before settling back and finally sinking which was followed by the grim sound of the cries of those struggling in the water. Upon reaching New York Jirjis, his mother and sister were taken to St Vincent's Hospital for recuperation following which they headed to Dowagiac, Michigan. Although his father was aware that his family were coming to the USA, he had no idea that they were journeying on Titanic and was surprised when he received a telegram from his wife. George and his family settled in Dowagiac and he gained a further three siblings: Sam (1913-1997), Francis (1914-1965) and Joseph (1916-1995). He was married to a woman named Rose (b. circa 1910 in Indiana; d. 1997) in 1926 and the couple had three children: Emily (b. 1927, later Mrs Howard Stites), Joseph (1928-2008) and Beatrice (1933-2003, later Furqueron). The family continued to live with George's parents for a number of years in Flint, Michigan. What became of his marriage to Rose is not clear and it seems they were later separated and divorced. George was remarried on 22 March 1936 to Dorothy Lucille Lane, née Pickett (b. 3 August 1916 in Terre Haute, Indiana) and they had a son, George (1936-2007), later in the year. Dorothy had previously been married to an English man, Roy Stanley Lane (b. 1913). George later ran a grocery store that he had purchased from his uncle Ilyās Rāzī and his father and brothers assisted him in the business which later expanded into a supermarket. He sold the store to his brothers in the 1940s and he purchased another smaller store before retiring from the grocery trade in 1948 and entering the real estate investment business from which he retired in 1970. In later years he was called upon frequently by local media to give his account of the sinking and he did so up until the end of his life. He recalled his awe of the ship and its splendour and how he and his sister would pass their days playing in vacant cabins and stairwells and how the sight of the sinking ship and the terrible cries that followed it never left him. In 1982, and despite being wheelchair-bound, he joined several other Titanic survivors at a convention of the Titanic Historical Society, of which he was a member, in Philadelphia. George Thomas continued to live in Burton, Flint, Michigan and was a member of the Davison Lodge #236, The Bay City Consistory and the Elf Khurafeh Shriners. His son George was Burton's first mayor from 1972 to 1976. George was widowed when his wife Dorothy died on 31 October 1991. He himself did not live long past the death of his wife and he passed away on 9 December 1991 aged 87. He was buried in Crestwood Cemetery, Grand Blanc, Michigan."
Clara
5

"Thank you for emailing me back!! I was very excited to hear from you! You are a great author and I look forward to reading more of your books! Your books made my Christmas list this year! Blessings! Brooklynn"
Brooklynn
2nd

"Hello Debbie! I hope you have a very merry Christmas and make amazing memories! What do you have planned? Anyway, I wanted to ask you I started a new book series! I wanted to ask you, does writing involve any math? Please confirm. Thank you so much! "
Kayla
3rd grade

"I’m so happy you replied, I learned about Ruth from the Internet. Google or YouTube search Ruth Becker Blanchard and lots of interviews and articles will show up! Anyway onto our next survivor, #19 Michael Joseph Early life Michael Peter Joseph was born May 11, 1907 in Detroit, Michigan, USA to Lebanese immigrants, Peter (born 1883) and Kathryn Rizq (born 1886) Joseph. In 1909, he gained a sister, Mary. Kathryn and her two children went back to Lebanon around 1911 to visit relatives. Titanic For their return to the US, the Josephs took a train to Cherbourg, France where they boarded the Titanic as third-class passengers. Kathryn was 23, Michael was four, and Mary was 2 years old. The family was asleep at the time of the collision, but Kathryn was woken up by the impact. After hearing the commotion outside, she woke up her two children and got them dressed. She carried Mary in her arms while Michael held onto her skirt. When they got to the boat deck, Kathryn and Mary were separated from Michael amidst the chaos. Kathryn and Mary escaped in a lifeboat, and an unknown man picked up Michael and threw him in a lifeboat. All three of the Josephs were picked up by the Carpathia the next morning where they reunited. There the kids contracted measles, and upon arrival in New York they were hospitalized before leaving on a train for Detroit. Tragic Post Titanic life In Michigan, they lived in an apartment above a grocers, On March 22, 1914 Katherine, her husband Peter, and Michael went to church, leaving their four-year-old daughter Mary alone, asleep in her crib. Michael Tonie, the grocer who lived directly below the Joseph family, heard the screams of a child and rushed up to the apartment. Kicking open her bedroom door he was met with flames and spotted young Mary standing helpless in the middle of the room, her clothes alight. Mr Tonie, without regard for his own safety, beat the flames out with his bare hands and swept the child up and rushed her down to his grocery store where he telephoned for an ambulance; Mary was taken to St Mary's Hospital. Her parents, upon returning from church, were met by a policemen who informed them of events and they hastened to the hospital. Mary died from her injuries later that day with her parents by her side. She was buried in Mt Olivet Cemetery in Detroit.  In March 1915, Kathryn gave birth to another daughter, Sadie. However, Kathryn tragically died at the age of 26 in June of tuberculosis. Sadie tragically died in November when she was less than a year old. In 1926, Peter Joseph died of a heart condition. Michael was taken in by an uncle and aunt. Later life and death Michael married Catherine Rouhana, another Michigan native with Lebanese parents. They had four children. Michael became a truck driver. He lived in Detroit for the rest of his life, and because of his tragic childhood he was rather quiet and enjoyed nothing more than the company of his family. He never cared to discuss Titanic and only spoke of it to his grandchildren. Michael Joseph died on May 18, 1991, a week after his 84th birthday of a heart attack. His death left eighteen remaining survivors."
Clara
5

"Hi Debbie! I will be telling you about the last 20 remaining survivors of the sinking of the Titanic on 15 April 1912. I will do one survivor each day. The Last 20 Survivors of the Titanic Ruth Becker Blanchard Early life Ruth Elizabeth Becker was born October 28, 1899 in Guntur, India. Her parents, Allen (1872-1956) and Nellie Baumgardner (1876-1961) Becker were from Ohio in the US, where they married before they shortly settled in India as missionaries. In 1905, the Beckers returned to Ohio where Nellie gave birth to another son, Luther. In 1907, the Beckers returned to India for another six year mission where they all became very sick. Luther tragically passed away that year at the age of two but the rest of the family survived. Later that year, Nellie gave birth to another daughter, Marion Louise. In 1910, Nellie gave birth to a son, Richard. Titanic In February 1912, Richard contracted an illness, and his parents decided they wouldn’t be taking another chance. Nellie decided she would take nineteen-month-old Richard to Allen’s hometown of Benton Harbor, Michigan in America for better treatment, and twelve-year-old Ruth and four-year-old Marion would go with them. Allen decided to stay behind and finish his mission. The Beckers boarded the SS City of Benares on March 7 at Madras, India. They sailed up through the Red Sea, through the Suez Canal, up through the Mediterranean, and landed in London on April 5. Nellie took the kids sight-seeing just in case they never made it to London again. On April 10, Nellie, Ruth, Marion and Richard set sail on Titanic as second-class passengers. Nellie was later quoted as saying, “I am not one bit happy about going on the maiden voyage of a ship!” The workers assured her that the Titanic could stay afloat if anything did happen, however she still felt uneasy. Ruth immediately began exploring the ship, noticing the men were still painting—and thought the ship may not have been finished. She saw the beautiful new dining room and admired the beauty of the sparkling silverware and linen. To pass the time for the voyage, she would wheel her toddler brother Richard around the deck in his stroller. On the night of the collision, the Beckers were asleep. They were located above the ship’s engines and had become so used to the vibrations. They were awoken by the ceasing of them. Nellie immediately woke up and asked a steward, “What’s the matter? Why have we stopped in the middle of the ocean?” The officer said, “No, there’s nothing wrong at all—we’ve just had a little accident and we will be going on in a few minutes!” Nellie went back to bed but heard lots of noise. She got up again and the steward was waiting outside their door holding a lifebelt. “Madam, you have time for nothing; come at once,” he told her. She and Ruth helped dress Marion and Richard. Two officers came, one carrying Marion and one carrying Richard. They reached a room at the top deck where they waited for more direction. When they finally got outside, Ruth counted five distress rockets. Because it was so cold, Nellie sent Ruth back down to the cabin to fetch some blankets. When Ruth returned, she saw Marion and Richard being tossed into lifeboat number 11. The officer standing nearby then said, “That’s all for this boat!” Nellie screamed and yelled, “No! Those are my children! Oh, please! Let me go with them!” The officer got annoyed and pushed her into the boat. Boat 11 was so crowded that Nellie had to stand. Ruth was still left on the deck holding blankets. As Nellie’s boat was being lowered, she called to Ruth! “Get in the next lifeboat!” Ruth walked down to lifeboat number 13. She saw an officer putting people in. She asked the officer, “May I get in?” The officer said, “Oh sure!” and he quite literally picked her up and dumped her in. That whole time, Ruth didn’t even think the ship was sinking, but rather they were taking everyone off the ship to fix the issue. Ruth had to stand as boat 13 was extremely crowded. The boat rocked back and forth as it was lowered. Boat 15 almost crushed them as it lowered, until an officer finally cut the ropes apart from boat 13. As Ruth’s boat rowed away from the ship, she saw the ship from a distance and saw the people screaming and yelling for help and jumping into the water. The wheels started turning in her head and she began to realize the ship was sinking. She passed out her blankets in the lifeboat to those who were most cold. She saw the lights growing dim on the ship. Then, Ruth and everyone else in the lifeboats watched the ship split in half and watching it sink, at 2:20 am on April 15, 1912! She recalled the terrible sounds of people drowning, and felt so sorry as there was no room for anyone else in her lifeboat. As the Carpathia arrived two hours after the ship sank at 4:30 am, Ruth’s lifeboat was one of the first to be picked up. She was put into a sack as she was too numb to move, and hoisted onto the ship. After all the passengers from all the lifeboats were picked up, Ruth hunted the decks for hours for her family. A woman came to her and asked if her name was Ruth Becker, and upon confirmation the woman said her mother had been looking everywhere for her. Ruth reunited with her mother and saw that her family was ok! Upon arrival in New York, Nellie told Ruth not to tell anyone they were Titanic survivors as she didn’t want the sympathy. However, on the train a woman came to them and realized they were survivors and began to sympathize. Nellie was polite to the woman, but turned to Ruth privately and scolded her, which was confusing as Ruth did not say anything! They finally arrived in Benton Harbor, Michigan, where Richard was cured of his illness. A friend of their family’s cabled Allen Becker and told him his wife and children were saved. Allen reunited with his family in America and they moved to Worcester, Ohio. Allen continued to be a minister. Later life Ruth graduated from high school in 1918 and then went to college to become a grade school teacher. She married Daniel Blanchard and they had three children and divorced him after 23 years of marriage. Because of Nellie’s PTSD, she cried whenever Titanic was brought up. She became completely estranged from Marion for reasons that aren’t certain, and when Marion died in 1944 at the age of 36, Nellie refused to go to her funeral! Her relationship with Ruth became strained, and Nellie’s Will said that Richard would get everything from his mother and Ruth was to make sure it happened. Allen died in 1956 at the age of 83, Nellie died in 1961 at the age of 84, and Richard died in 1975 at the age of 65. Ruth moved out to Santa Barbara, California following her retirement. As her mother had told her not to discuss Titanic, it was difficult to get her to grant interviews. When she began to grant interviews in the 1980s, she sat and thought about the details since she had not granted interviews. In 1982, she went to a Titanic convention for the 70th anniversary. Several other survivors attended including Ruth. While at the panel, she began to speak about the ship breaking in half. The ship had not yet been found and therefore nobody knew it had broken in half as a worker said in 1912 it sank in one piece. A representative of the Titanic Historical Society stood up and told her the ship sank in one piece. Ruth said, “Well, that’s what it looked like to me!” as if to say ‘I was there, you weren’t!’. She was certain the ship broke in half. In 1985, Ruth watched the 1958 film A Night to Remember with Titanic historians and would casually comment about what details lined up with her memory and which ones didn’t. She attended the 1987 and 1988 Titanic conventions. In March 1990, she went on a cruise with her daughter. During the lifeboat drill, Ruth commented, “We didn’t do this on the Titanic!” People began to turn around and realized there was a Titanic survivor on board. Ruth originally neglected the fame from the other passengers but eventually felt comfortable speaking to the others. Shirley Jones, the singer, was on board and sang for Ruth! Ruth died of malnutrition and dehydration on July 6, 1990 at the age of 90. Her death left 19 remaining survivors. She was the last survivor born in India. "
Clara
5

"Hi Debbie! I thank you 1000 percent for nominating me mermaid queen! Do you know when the first mini mermaid tales book is going to come out? Or did it already come out? Love, Kayla "
Kayla
3rd grade

"My friend Bryan called me an idiot!"
Cam
2

"how are you :/ im fine"
charlotte
3rd

"I mean vampires don't wear polka dots, sorry."
lily
4th

"dear Debbie Dadey, I know i haven't talked to you in a while but i'm talking now. When i read bailey school kids witches don't wear polka dots I was a little disappointed. The book for my taste was a little short and i would have liked to know what hapenenned to the boy in the end."
lily
4th

"Someone in my class said “Joe mama so fat” and I cried"
Lisa
2

"I like your books a lot keep it up good job"
landyn
3rd

"How is it like being a famos athar and i like your books. "
landyn
3rd

"did you get inspierd by a movie to make a book"
Xavier
3

"Hi Ms. Dadey, Why did you make the Mermaid Tales book? I just finished reading it with my mom! "
Violet
1st

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