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Misty Morgan (Serendipity)

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A princess regrets her selfish behavior when her friend Morgan the unicorn disappears.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published April 19th 1995 by Price Stern Sloan (first published 1987)
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This book is part of the Morgan the Unicorn collection in the Serendipity series. Morgan's friend, The Princess, is always busy working, setting the clocks in her castle. She learns that play is just as important as work when her unicorn friend disappears and she must search for Morgan.

The pictures in this book are very evocative for a children's book... I remember feeling very sad for the princess, who is lost as she looks for her unicorn friend. Not sure if this story teaches much of a lesson...more
I think the Morgan books are some of my favorites. I hadn't ever read this one before. The princess does learn a valuable lesson about taking time to play. I think it's so important to allow children, especially, that time to be kids, use their imaginations and just simply have fun. Childhood goes by so quickly.
I read this book years ago when I was little but I scarcely remembered it.
I decided to re-read it now that I'm older to see if I'd still like it. I think it's a wonderful little story for children and the moral is very important. I can easily say I still like it very much so.
Ilana Waters
I remember reading this book in the doctor's office as as kid--and its message stayed with me all these years. Definitely something kids and adults need to be reminded of more often in our non-stop world.
Heather Moore
So beautiful, so sad. A lot for a child to think about.
My favorite Unicorn book as a child. ~!~
I LOVED this book as a child!
a cute story

TERRIBLE grammar and crazy hippie messages, but so much sweetness!
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