Unicorn Being a Jerk

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Harper Collins, Nov 8, 2011 - Humor - 120 pages

A Hilarious Expose of the Secret Lives of Unicorns, Based on the Popular Online Comic!

In Unicorn Being a Jerk, author/illustrator C.W. Moss reveals - through approximately 55 colorful illustrations and accompanying captions - that unicorns are not the majestic creatures we think they are but are in fact jerks whose petty, selfish antics include stomping on children's sandcastles, feeding pigs to bacon, and parking in handicap spots at the mall. In the vein of The Book of Bunny Suicides, this humor book will be required reading for all those unsuspecting unicorn fans out there who will come face to face with the ugly reality of this mythical creature.

 

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About the author (2011)

C.W. Moss, 24, is a maker and doer who was born in Missouri and now lives in Los Angeles. He likes long walks on the beach, good music, and is a good listener. He loves having a good time. This is his first book.

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