Where Art Thou Unicorn

The Unicorn – Seeing is Believing!

Some things need to be believed to be seen…and the unicorn is one of them! This rhyming fantasy picture book for very young readers takes children on a quest to find the fabled unicorn. Illustrated with hidden pictures of unicorns, it provides an interactive journey for parents and children alike.

Genre/Category: fantasy fiction, children's fantasy, bedtime story, young readers
Status: Published September 16, 2010

You can conduct your secure purchases either through Amazon.com OR from our online store. Both are published through Amazon, but our online store will earn my mother and I a better royalty rate. Thank you!

Author Notes

I'm proud to announce my mother did the artwork for this beautiful book and it has been a labor of love for us both. She's a fabulous artist and I encourage you to visit her web site to see a sample of the book and more of her artwork: Mildred L. Losee – MillieLouArt.com. Mildred does water colors and acrylic art, including some fantasy subjects like Harry Potter and mermaids.

The unicorn has always been a prominent fantasy figure in my life since childhood. My bed was filled with stuffed unicorns. My shelves were stacked with books containing unicorns. I did a book report on the unicorn when I was in high school and my pen name (Arial) is from my favorite unicorn book Ariel by Steven R. Boyett. I've written poetry about unicorns and my spirit guide is a unicorn named MaeDawn. When my mother retired and picked up her paint brushes again, I knew we had to do a project together and Where Art Thou Unicorn seemed the perfect first project for us. She was the one who introduced me to the world of fantasy and fairy tales, so I dragged her into this endeavor. It is, after all, her fault that I'm a writer of fantasy fiction. 😉

ISBN/EAN13: 1453677267 / 9781453677261
Page Count: 48
Binding Type: US Trade Paper
Trim Size :8″ x 10″
Language: English
Color: Full Color with Bleed
Related Categories: Juvenile Fiction / Readers / Beginner

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