A unicorn fairytale from the unicorn’s point of view.
“Durant’s story is slyly whimsical as she builds up the world of Marbury, a world where there are many wonders, but also threats to the existence of Blue’s tribe.” – Jack Magnus From Reader’s Favorite.
“The Blue Unicorn…reads like old-time fairy tales…where life and death choices are made…” – From Fundamental As The Eyes See It Blog
“The gentle reminders of the importance of acceptance and maintaining a sense of self-worth are artfully woven into this fun adventure tale.” – From The Reading Addict Blog.
This YA unicorn book is perfect for fans of science fiction/fantasy books like Dragonriders of Pern by Anne McCaffrey and The Xanth Series by Piers Anthony or illustrated fantasies like Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll and The Wizard of Oz series of books by L. Frank Baum. Mix in some Brother’s Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale themes and you’re good to enter this enchanting world of the metal horn unicorn tribe.
Everybody loves unicorns! OK maybe they don’t but for those who do, they will love this story about a little unicorn who was born into a tribe of magical, metal horned unicorns. The little guy has no magic and he has no metal but somehow he must save the tribe from an evil sorcerer. Read this book for teens and older readers to find out if he can do it.
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This chapter style illustrated unicorn book is a collector’s dream containing page after page of lavish artwork. There are nearly 100 pages of story text by Sybrina Durant and the same number of pages of magnificent water-color artwork by Dasguptarts. This book, written by Sybrina Durant and illustrated by Dasguptarts, offers readers a visual feast of over forty beautiful water-color pictures that each span two pages. Forty-two – easy to digest two-page chapters are chock full of adventurous and entertaining morsels. This illustrated book will become a favorite of a teen, ya and older fantasy readers. A companion coloring/ character description book is also available at any online bookstore.
“Great book with unique story line.”
This book by Sybrina Durant is fantastic for younger children. Most kids dream of seeing or having a unicorn and this book will help them keep that magical innocence alive longer. The story line is unique and entertaining, too. Along with the fabulous illustrations, this book makes it impossible to not like the characters as we read their journey. Not only are the characters relatable, but the stories message is great for growing children. I highly recommend this book for parents looking for an original story about unicorns for their child. It’s magical and will be their new favorite book for years to come!