My Secret Unicorn: Dreams Come True

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Penguin Adult, Jul 4, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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Lauren's pony Twilight changes into a unicorn when she whispers the magic words, but Lauren must keep this a secret or it could put Twilight in great danger. Lauren's friend, Mel, is teased by girls at school because her pony Shadow can't jump. Shadow is afraid, so Lauren and Twilight visit him secretly and use Twilight's unicorn magic to give Shadow the confidence to begin to overcome his fear. One night a powerful storm leaves Mel and Shadow trapped in a barn by a burning branch. Shadow is scared and can't jump, but then he remembers Twilight's help and is filled with bravery. With a magnificent jump, he soars over the burning branch carrying Mel to safety.

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I bought this book for my 7 year old granddaughter. She loves this whole series and read it right away! Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Linda Chapman was born in 1969. Before before becoming a full-time writer in 1999, she had many jobs including being a teacher, stage manager, book-seller, university researcher and dog trainer. She has written over seventy books for children including the My Secret Unicorn, Stardustand Not Quite a Mermaid series. Linda lives in a village in Leicestershire with her family and two Bernese Mountain dogs. When she is not writing she spends her time looking afer her two young daughters, reading, putting on plays and horse riding.

Linda Chapman lives in Leicestershire with her family and two Bernese mountain dogs. When she is not writing she spends her time looking after her two young daughters, horse riding and teaching drama.

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