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Unicorns Myths and Monsters

Magical Unicorn Society

Kristina Kister May Shaw Anne Marie Ryan Olga Baumert



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Michael O'Mara Books Ltd
13 October 2021
From the Magical Unicorn Society's Department of Unicorns, Myths and Monsters comes this all-new collection of stories dedicated to the amazing mythical creatures - good and bad - that exist alongside unicorns.

Introduced by department head and intrepid explorer, May Shaw, there are tales of fearsome, fire-breathing dragons, phoenixes rising from the ashes, mysterious kraken that lurk in the deep, imps, sprites and werewolves in mythical forests, as well as the eight unicorn families and those who have encountered unicorns throughout history.

Each of the eight stories is accompanied by striking, full-colour artwork that shows the powers of the specific mythical creature in more detail, as well as an epic illustration of a key moment from the text. Perfect for fans of the previous bestselling titles in the Magical Unicorn Society series.
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Illustrated by:   Kristina Kister, Olga Baumert
Imprint:   Michael O'Mara Books Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 230mm,  Width: 170mm,  Spine: 16mm
Weight:   562g
ISBN:   9781789293494
ISBN 10:   1789293499
Series:   The Magical Unicorn Society
Pages:   128
Publication Date:  
Recommended Age:   From 7 to 12 years
Audience:   General/trade ,  Children/juvenile ,  ELT Advanced ,  English as a second language
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Anne Marie Ryan (Author) Anne Marie Ryan works as a fiction editor and writer, and has written children's books under a variety of pen names, including Bella Swift and Rosie Banks. She is US born but has lived and worked in London, UK for over 20 years. May Shaw (Author) May Shaw is the head of the Magical Unicorn Society's Department of Unicorns, Myths and Monsters. For years she has travelled the world to discover the best stories about mythical creatures and their magic.

Reviews for Unicorns Myths and Monsters (Magical Unicorn Society)

Every page is beautifully designed, in full, vibrant color, with lovely illustrations that accompany the text. It is as inventive as it is thorough, categorizing unicorns into different families and presenting the wealth of information in various formats, including time lines and family trees. This book is sure to delight any curious child who adamantly wants to believe in unicorns and always has plenty of stories to share about them. Booklist on The Magical Unicorn Society Official Handbook

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