Fairy Realm #6: The Unicorn

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Harper Collins, May 25, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 112 pages
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Enter the Realm of fantasy

In Jessie's last visit to the Fairy Realm she discovered a part of the Realm she had never seen before. And she helped the rainbow fairies find a lost treasure.

Now the Realm is in tremendous danger. And so is the human world! The evil creatures of the Outlands are planning an attack. So Jessie must make an impossible decision. Should she try to save the human world, or the Realm? She knows she can't save both. Or can she -- with the help of the powerful unicorns? But the unicorns are such secretive creatures. Can Jessie possibly convince them to help?

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User Review  - djenczyk - LibraryThing

I normally wouldn't review a kid's book, but this one really affected my daughter. She was do emotional during the unicorn parts. I couldn't help but be affected too. Read full review

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I loved this book! My favorite drawing was the unicorn on the front cover.
I say that this book is a great book for 4th and 5th graders to do a book
report on, trust me.

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About the author (2004)

Emily Rodda has written many books for children, including Finders Keepers, which School Library journal dubbed "a lively adventure," and several novels about the likable hero Rowan. The first of these novels, Rowan of Rin, won the Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year for Younger Readers Award when it was first published. In fact, Emily Rodda has won the Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year Award an unprecedented five times. A former editor, Ms. Rodda is also the best-selling author of adult mysteries under the name Jennifer Rowe. She lives in Australia.

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