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Unicorns From Unimaise - Magical Metal-Horned Tribe
Unicorns from Unimaise: The Magical Metal-Horn Tribe - Sybrina Durant

This picture book, Unicorns From Unimaise, will introduce readers to the Tribe of Metal-Horned Unicorns from Unimaise. Read the brief text and soak up the fantastic imagery of each amazing scene. Illustrations by Dasguptarts will keep you going back to the book over and over again. You will see something new and different each and every time. This book is meant to be read to children but adults will enjoy it, too. It is a preview of "The Blue Unicorn's Journey To Osm," an illustrated book for teens and older readers.

Source: www.amazon.com/Unicorns-Unimaise-Magical-Metal-Horn-Tribe/dp/1942740182
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review 2017-08-24 05:17
Whimsical
The Blue Unicorn's Journey To Osm Illustrated Book: Full Color Illustrations - JPGs Only - Sybrina Durant,Sudipta Dasgupta,Kimberly Avery

This whimsical story is fun and entertaining, and not just for the little ones. I read it over several days with my nine year olds, reading a few chapters each evening, and we were all captivated by Blue and his adventures. Not only is the story entertaining but we learn some valuable lessons along the way. The gorgeous illustrations are eye-catching and add that extra element to this tale.

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review 2017-08-07 16:17
Giveaway & Review – The Blue Unicorn’s Journey to Osm by Sybrina Durant @Sybrina_spt @GoddessFish
The Blue Unicorn's Journey To Osm Illustrated Book: Full Color Illustrations - JPGs Only - Sybrina Durant,Sudipta Dasgupta,Kimberly Avery

I love the magical and elusive unicorn, so when I heard about The Blue Unicorn’s Journey to Osm, I had to ‘saddle up.’

 

 

The Blue Unicorn’s Journey To Osm by Sybrina Durant

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GENRE: Teen Fantasy Book

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MY REVIEW

 

There’s no place like home…OSM means awesome.

 

He is supposed to be their savior. But how can that be possible? He has no magic.

 

He feels an outsider, he just doesn’t fit in. Does anyone feel a touch of Rudolph in this?

 

The fun, colorful, imaginative illustrations are wonderful, filled with fantastical creatures, both good and bad.

 

Each creature is unique, individual, just like in real life.

 

Is there such a thing as a fish unicorn? If so, imagine the possibilities.

 

Set your imagination free.

 

The Blue Unicorn…reads like old time fairy tales…where life and death choices are made…And …maybe, you will learn why you never see a unicorn.

 

This magical fantasy filled with fun and humor, sadness and happiness, and lessons learned. We are not alone.

 

I voluntarily reviewed The Blue Unicorn’s Journey to Osm by Sybrina Durant.

 

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos  4 Stars

 

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review 2014-03-12 04:15
Learn To Tie A Tie With The Rabbit And The Fox: Story With Instructional Song
Learn to Tie a Tie with the Rabbit and the Fox: Story and Instructional Song - Sybrina Publishing & Distribution With a story and a song author Sybrina Durant book is a instruction to boys and those raising boys on how to tie a tie. I myself am a woman, not raising a boy and I have a husband who knows how to do this so I am not the target at the moment. I do believe that it true that the lesson of tying a tie may be on a losing end of a battle because single mom’s have been on the rise I suppose. I support the idea of passing this story on along with the instructional pictures within. The story of the rabbit and the fox was okay. I sort of had to struggle to really understand the connection to the instructions on tying a tie but that might just be me. I also thought when I first saw the fox that he was a wolf not a fox so the art for me for the story part was only okay. As for the illustration of the lesson was good. I think this could be a book you introduce around the age of 5 or 6. I am curious to know what others who have used it to teach their children with the help of the book.
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