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Day of the Unicorn

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A young boy's daydream transforms him into the fearless Sir Dauntless and he sets out to capture a unicorn that has magically escaped from a tapestry at Crag Castle.
Hardcover, 59 pages
Published June 1st 1994 by HarperCollins Publishers (first published 1994)
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both kids enjoyed this short simple book about a unicorn that came to life...just listing it in case I have to find it again later...
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Maureen Mollie Hunter McIlwraith writes under the name Mollie Hunter. Mollie Hunter is one of the most popular and influential twentieth-century Scottish writers of fiction for children and young adults. Her work, which includes fantasy, historical fiction, and realism, has been widely praised and has won many awards and honors, such as the Carnegie Medal, the Phoenix Award, a Boston Globe - Horn ...more