Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Book Reviews for the Blue Unicorn's Journey To Osm by Nicole L


Book Reviews for The Blue Unicorn's Journey To Osm

By Nicole S. Lopez on May 20, 2018

This book is illustrated throughout and is an easy read. Perfect for juvenile readers looking for a bit of adventure. I enjoyed the story along with the stunning and colourful illustrations. For me it was a super fast read, but I thought it was well written and easy to understand. Has a bit of adventure where you get to root for the underdog! (The blue unicorn throughout the beginning of the story.). I recommend this book for younger readers; older one might consider this to be boring.

Unicorn Book Feature - Get Off the Unicorn - By Anne McCaffrey

Unicorn Book Feature

Get Off The Unicorn

By Anne McCaffrey

A splendid selection of stories from the lady who taught dragons to fly and rockets to sing . . .

Lady in the Tower
The Rowan was one of a select group of telepaths—a complete Prime, one of only five. Then one day, another Prime appeared mysteriously from the outer boundaries of space, asking for help in a savage battle against evil!

Finder's Keepers
Young Peter had a unique gift which earned him and his mother a little money and gave pleasure to others. Then, one day, an unscrupulous man forced Peter to use his precious gift in a crooked scheme—and Peter grew up fast!

Helva and her new brawn were sent on an especially urgent mission . . . a mission that not only put them both in great danger, but a mission that also caused them to break the ultimate taboo!

The Smallest Dragon Boy
The only thing Keevan wanted in life was to be a dragonrider, just like his father . . . but everything seemed to stand in his way!

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Sybrina's Blue Unicorn Book Store - Unicorn Tall Lace-Up Sneakers

Unicorn Tall Lace-Up Sneakers

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