A Unicorn is Born

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Harry N. Abrams, Nov 1, 2007 - Art - 88 pages
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Ursula, a pregnant white unicorn, prepares to grace the forest with the birth of another member of her rare, wondrous species. As nature's caretaker, Ursula is already an expert herbalist, magician, alchemist, astrologer and psychic. Now, awaiting her first colt, she has an opportunity to embrace the practical and mystical aspects of motherhood.

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Review: A Unicorn is Born

User Review  - Shahna - Goodreads

I love unicorns. This story was a little weird. Got to admit. There is a part about liquid secreting for a horn and just the way it was worded made it sound a million times worse then it was. BUT that ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kaila - Goodreads

"Oh sure customer, I'll help you find that book. It should be right about OH HEY UNICORNS." Cut to me flipping through a book about unicorns (with bonus intact stickers YES PLEASE) instead of helping ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2007)

Trinie Dalton is the author of short story collectionWide Eyed(Akashic) and co-editor ofDear New Girl Or Whatever Your Name Is(McSweeneys), an art book based on her archive of confiscated high school notes. She has collected unicorn stickers, books, and paraphernalia since kindergarten, and has authored various zines about unicorns. She used to sing and play guitar in Unicornucopia, a troubadour folk trio who performed invented medieval songs about unicorns and their lifestyles.

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