Contained within this picture book is everything you ever wanted to know about the science behind unicorns: biology, history, diet, habitat and more. Join renowned unicorn scientists to learn the facts about this elusive species.
The unicorn is the most noble and beautiful of all the beasts. Colorful and shiny coats, luscious manes that smell of cinnamon, sparkly hooves. But not much was known about this fascinating species . . . until now.
Top professors working in the field of Unicorn Science have come together for the first time to create this comprehensive guide to the unicorn: Dr. Glitter Pants, Grand Unistorian; Dr. Sprinkle Steed, Doctor of Magic; Dr. Star Hoof, Rainbowmetrics Specialist; and Dr. Sugar Beard, Certified Hornologist. These highly trained scientists will reveal all of the secrets you've been dying to find out: What is a unicorn's horn made of? Why do I never see unicorns? What do unicorns like to eat? And what do unicorn homes look like? (Hint: there are guard'n gnomes, a ball pit and gummi bears growing on trees.)
This book will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about unicorns--and more. But please, handle with care, or you may be seeing sparkles for weeks.
CALE ATKINSON is an illustrator and animator living lakeside with his family in Kelowna, British Columbia. Believing in tea more than sleep, Cale is constantly working on numerous projects. He is the illustrator of many children's books, including If I Had a Gryphon, and he wrote and illustrated Where Oliver Fits and Sir Simon: Super Scarer and many more. His work can also be found in animated shorts, television and games. He has not met a unicorn . . . yet.
PRAISE FOR Unicorns 101:
“Enjoyably off-the-wall story.” --Publishers Weekly
“[T]he illustrations . . . suit the contents perfectly . . . . unicorn fans will find plenty to love.” -- Kirkus Reviews
“Each page is filled with bright unicorn drawings and cute details, ensuring that unicorn fans will chuckle or swoon with every page. . . . Children who want more from a picture book then a story will enjoy all the extra material about unicorns in this fun, informative picture book.” --Resource Links