The truth about unicorns

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HarperCollinsPublishers, 1991 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 113 pages
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Describes the origins of the unicorn, including the real-life animals that inspired it, and the various myths told about unicorns throughout the world.

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User Review  - Je2nif4 - LibraryThing

Book: The Truth About Unicorns Author: James Cross Giblin Characters: None Setting: N/A Theme: Mythology Genre: Fantasy and Realistic Audience: Ages 10 + Curriculum: Can be used to discuss fantasy and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bethanie O'Dell - Goodreads

I used The Truth About Unicorns as one of my main resources for a research paper and presentation. This book includes the history of the unicorn, tales of the unicorn in different cultures, and ends with an explanation of a number of animals responsible for looking like a unicorn. Read full review

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James Cross Giblin is the author of more than 20 critically acclaimed books for young people. One of his recent books for Clarion, "The Life and Death of Adolf Hitler, "received the Robert F. Sibert Award for Informational Books. Mr. Giblin lives in New York City.

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