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The Eyes of the Unicorn

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The hunt for the unicorn is under way, for the Duke and his men are greedy for its magical horn. As the nobles ride off on their fine steeds, Tanisa, the exhausted serving girl, finally has a chance to rest. She awakens to two astonishing sights: a pure white unicorn resting his head in her lap and the Duke's son, whose arrow is poised to slay the beast. But the unicorn's ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published June 1st 2007 by Holiday House
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The artwork is amazing!
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Recommends it for: Everyone who loves beauty in art and in prose!
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The story. The art. The poetry. I need this book in my life.

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This is a pretty typical unicorn story with environmental undertones. I was hooked by the georgous, painterly illustrations.
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This tale of heartache in a corrupt society is a grand blend of story telling and illustration. Both are handled with adroit attention to beauty.
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Teresa Bateman was born in Moscow, Idaho, but moved to Washington State when she was three-years-old and that's where she has lived most of her life.

An avid writer and reader, Teresa has been making up stories and poems since she was in grade school. "To me it was as natural as breathing," says Teresa.

In high school Teresa would drive her teachers crazy by 'creatively' completing assignments. She
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