Sarah's Unicorn

Sarah s Unicorn Although Sarah tries to keep her friendship with Oakhorn a secret her wicked witch aunt finds out and is determined to rob the unicorn of his magic Welcomes beginning readers to the world of fantasy

  • Title: Sarah's Unicorn
  • Author: Bruce Coville Katherine Coville
  • ISBN: 9780064430845
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sarah's Unicorn

    Although Sarah tries to keep her friendship with Oakhorn a secret, her wicked witch aunt finds out and is determined to rob the unicorn of his magic Welcomes beginning readers to the world of fantasy in a story which is simple and direct, yet woven with moonbeams SLJ.

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      Published :2020-02-19T17:12:11+00:00

    One thought on “Sarah's Unicorn

    1. Julia

      Although I have been a fan of "The Unicorn Chronicles" I have never heard of this particular book from the Covilles. Although both this and the series revolve around unicorns while holding magic within the pages of the plot I don't think this one belongs to the same series but is instead a standalone book directed to young readers who are just trying to comfortable with novels. The writing is very simple and easy to follow along while the formatting is nicely done so the reader isn't having any [...]

    2. Tricia

      I can't believe I forgot about this book! One of the best Unicorn books EVER!!!! It has beautiful illustrations and a good story and a unicorn (OF COURSE!!). I read this book several times a day (during "reading hour") in my third grade class and then I was very sad when I had to go to fourth grade.

    3. Jamie

      A cute story. Friendship, bitterness, forgiveness and caring. And the ladybug is by far my favorite character. So loyal! I enjoyed the drawing. The forest is beautiful and the expressions shown add depth the the characters.

    4. Mary Garrett

      SARAH’S UNICORN by Bruce and Katherine CovilleWorking together to defeat evil, would be a good addition to an anti-bullying program. “She used to be nice. Can’t you fix her?” Perfect bedtime picture books.

    5. Aubrey White

      This story is simple but lovely and the unicorn makes it just the kind of thing I would have treasured as a girl, so when I saw it at the library I was quick to grab it. Since we brought it home each boy has personally asked to read it multiple times. It has the perfect amount of text per page for Josiah and me to take turns reading pages, while still enthralling Nat & B. Even better, it whispers hope: a hero bent on revenge can be persuaded to act with mercy and a witch who acts out of evil [...]

    6. Mari

      I was brave to let my 2-year old Stephanie read this book (it has paper pages), but she loved the graphics and was intigued by the story. This is the book that I used to first teach Stephanie how to read. By age 2 she could read the entire book and identify the same words from the book in a variety of contexts. Smart kid!=^^=mb

    7. Sarah Adamson

      This was found to be the only book on unicorns in our local library (we could order others but we needed one like TODAY!!). We checked it out and my daughter did struggle with some of the words but we really enjoyed the story - just the right amount of excitement, fear, anticipation and joy! A really nice early reader unicorn book!

    8. Lorna

      This is a great book with charming illustrations. It worked on several levels in our house both as a read-aloud for our almost 4-year old and a book that challenged our beginning reader, who is six. It's great that such a short book can create a suspenseful story, with a happy fairy-tale like ending. Very enjoyable!

    9. Liz

      This is a great adventure fantasy book for kids. I think this was my favorite book when I was like in 3rd grade. I love Mrs. Bunjy (the ladybug) and Oakhorn (the unicorn). I always wanted a pet unicorn when I was little. If you were the same then you'd love this book!

    10. Darah Herron

      I remember reading this book when I was very young, and just recently went looking for a copy to buy for my niece. I loved reading through it again as an adult It brought back so many great memories and is probably responsible for my lifelong interest in fantasy literature.

    11. Hilary

      All the elements of a good fantasy book are here -- witches, unicorns, an orphaned child Good and evil clash (with good triumphing, of course) and transformation takes place. Pretty slick for a kids book! Good choice for transitional readers moving from picture to chapter books.

    12. Sarah

      Absolutely one of my favorites. I love unicorns and stories about girls named Sarah, so terrific combo here. I would read this everyday I think.

    13. M.

      I kind of wish that this one had been a short chapter book rather than the slightly choppy picture book that it is. But I still enjoyed it.

    14. Alicia

      I remember loving this book when I was little! I've been wanting to buy this book, but couldn't remember the title, I'm excited to find it again!

    15. Paula

      Although she tries to keep her friendship with Oakhorn a secret, Sarah's wicked aunt finds out and is determined to rob the unicorn of his magic.

    16. Pat Williams

      LIttle 5 year ol Marty read this book to me, on Laura's recommendation. What a fun time. He could read every word! After he read it, he wanted me to read it to him - so we read it twice!

    17. Stephanie

      ha! i still love this booki even have my original copy!! i don't know if it's still in print, but if you can find it, read it!

    18. Julie

      Lovely story and inspiring illustrations! Perfect for the 5-8 year old crowd, especially for kids who are still invested in the possibility of a unicorn appearing in the backyard.

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