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The Unicorn’s Tale by R.L. LaFevers
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Aug 06, 11

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In the fourth title in the series, Nate Fludd and his Aunt Phil must fly to the aid of an ailing unicorn who has a secret. Despite his keen interest in learning about caring for magical beasts, Nate is preoccupied with trying to find out the fate of his missing parents. When an evil relative tracks the two of them down, he offers to trade information about the parents for a magical book or the unicorn's horn, reputed to give longevity. The creatures in this imaginative book are unique and appealing, and Nate, despite his natural abilities, seems real and given to fits of temper that seem real, considering his desperation to solve the mystery about his mother and father. He sometimes seems to forget that as a beastologist, the creatures themselves are what should matter most of all. Anyone interested in worlds where magic exists and unusual creatures can be found will enjoy this short title.

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