My Unicorn Garden Cards and Notelets

Stay close to family and friends with this beautiful Royal Horticultural Society stationery setto cut out and colour.

Author: Scholastic

Publisher: RHS

ISBN: 9780702302503


Page: 96

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Stay close to family and friends with this beautiful Royal Horticultural Society stationery setto cut out and colour. Packed with stunning detail inspired by the gardens of the RHS, there are 26 cards and envelopesto decorate, complete with sticker seals. Plus, there are over 40 stickersfor you to give your cards that extra magic touch! With easy-to-follow instructions and tear-out pages, customise each card to create a unique gift to treasure forever.

The Wonder of Unicorns

Say the words, 'I dedicate (or intend) this crystal to connect me with my unicorn.
use unicorn energy to open my heart. 1. 2. 3. send unicorn healing to others. 4.
energise my unicorn garden. 5. purify my twelve chakras with unicorn light.

Author: Diana Cooper

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1844093255

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 208

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Ancient myths and legends are explained from a higher spiritual perspective in this guide to the amazing energetic beings known as unicorns. Whether aspiring to help the world at large or simply improve a small corner of it, enlightenment seekers can use the meditations, rituals, and ceremonies featured in the book to unleash the great abilities of these elusive spirit guides. Supported by the author's personal-connection experiences, unicorns are revealed not as mere fantasy, but rather similar in presence and power to angels.

In a Unicorn s Garden

This unique, multilayered book recreates the myste

Author: Judyth A. McLeod

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN: 1921208570

Category: Gardening

Page: 288

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This unique, multilayered book recreates the myste

Child of Fortune

... to Great Edoku, my days with Pater Pan, my comrades in the Gypsy Jokers,
and my burning ambition to pursue the career of a ruespieler with scarcely a look
back once Ihadgained access to the Grand Palais module of the Unicorn Garden.

Author: Norman Spinrad

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0575117265

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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In the exotic interstellar civilization of the Second Starfaring Age, youthful wanderers are known as Children of Fortune. This is the tale of one such wanderer, who seeks her destiny on an odyssey of self-discovery amid humanity's many worlds.

Child of Fortune

Come, Sunshine, join me as an Honored Passenger in the Grand Palais of the
Unicorn Garden! ... access to the haut monde of the floating cultura for which I
had so strenuously albeit unsuccessfully campaigned against my parents' refusal


Publisher: Norman Spinrad




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A Unicorn Ate My Garden

Carlie encounters a sassy unicorn in her garden in this lovable children's book - a Growing Series story.

Author: Michele Long

Publisher: Independently Published



Page: 42

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Carlie encounters a sassy unicorn in her garden in this lovable children's book - a Growing Series story.

The Lady and the Unicorn

I heard Philippe on the path between the squares—he scrapes one of his toes
when he walks—and Nicolas des Innocents' bouncing step behind him. The first
time Nicolas came into my garden he said, “Sainte Vierge, it's a paradise!

Author: Tracy Chevalier

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101213186

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

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A tour de force of history and imagination, The Lady and the Unicorn is Tracy Chevalier’s answer to the mystery behind one of the art world’s great masterpieces—a set of bewitching medieval tapestries that hangs today in the Cluny Museum in Paris. They appear to portray the seduction of a unicorn, but the story behind their making is unknown—until now. Paris, 1490. A shrewd French nobleman commissions six lavish tapestries celebrating his rising status at Court. He hires the charismatic, arrogant, sublimely talented Nicolas des Innocents to design them. Nicolas creates havoc among the women in the house—mother and daughter, servant, and lady-in-waiting—before taking his designs north to the Brussels workshop where the tapestries are to be woven. There, master weaver Georges de la Chapelle risks everything he has to finish the tapestries—his finest, most intricate work—on time for his exacting French client. The results change all their lives—lives that have been captured in the tapestries, for those who know where to look. In The Lady and the Unicorn, Tracy Chevalier weaves fact and fiction into a beautiful, timeless, and intriguing literary tapestry—an extraordinary story exquisitely told.

My Secret Unicorn Keeper of Magic

Lauren and Twilight had used his seeing magic to look into a rock of rose quartz
and had discovered that Sparkle was stuck ... Then, only the other night, they had
helped Max by flying to fetch a school book that he'd left in his friend's garden.

Author: Linda Chapman

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0141901519

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 160

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The fourteenth story in the My Secret Unicorn series, about a little girl called Lauren and her magical pony, Twilight. Lauren's twelve-year-old cousin Hannah is coming to stay. Hannah is pony mad and Lauren can't wait to introduce her to Twilight. But when she arrives, Lauren is disappointed to discover that Hannah's not into ponies any more and prefers doing other things. Old Mrs Fontana, the only person who knows that Twilight is really a secret unicorn, explains to Lauren that time cannot stand still, and that people change and life moves on. She gives Lauren a small chest with a key and asks her not to open it until the time is right. Lauren is curious but has a worried feeling that there is more to Mrs Fontana's words than she is letting on . . .

My Unicorn Has Gone Away

Author: Robert J. L. Publicover

Publisher: Powder House Pub

ISBN: 9780963475909

Category: AIDS (Disease)

Page: 105

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"My Unicorn Has Gone Away" is a typical story of love and grief, except that this is the age of AIDS and it is the story of John and Bob. Bob Publicover began to write when he realized that his longtime companion John Carabineris was not going to recover from his first AIDS illness. He wrote to understand his own feelings. After John's death, he wrote, in his grief, to stay sane. The poems and short stories in this volume are not just about AIDS and grief. They also recall the happy, fun times that these two men spent together over 11 years. This book also tells the author's own struggles about being HIV positive. At John's "celebration of life" service, Baptist minister Larry French asked the over-400 people in attendance, "Have you ever seen a love story like this one... and between two men?" If great love between two people is special, then this story is special indeed. "My Unicorn Has Gone Away" is not a "gay book" or even an "AIDS book," but human book about the basic trials of life and faith; about love, loss, joy and sorrow. It is a book for anyone who has ever lost a loved one.

Life s Garden of Weekly Wisdom

They checked to make sure I got my homework done; and I had to clean my room
before I could go to the movies on ... A man wakes up, sees a unicorn in the
garden, and tries to wake up his sleeping wife to show her, but she won't get up.

Author: Sandra Lindsey Smith

Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser

ISBN: 0917849361

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 272

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Life's Garden of Weekly Wisdom is a charming and delightful word garden filled with tasty bites for one's soul. This garden promises to give the reader years of spiritual nourishment. Each chapter explores a practical application of principle. Sandy writes with clarity, love and self-awareness. A great book for both a spiritual seeker unfamiliar with Science of Mind principles and the spiritually mature. "My purpose in writing this book is to speak to those people who feel they are spiritual but don’t fit into a typical church philosophy. Everyone has a sense of spirituality; some just haven’t met it yet. If you are looking for a new way to view life, I invite you to check out Centers for Spiritual Living at I also encourage speakers, ministers, teachers, and others to share these ideas in your own way to inspire other people. To this end, I invite you to explore one lesson each week, by yourself or in a group. I hope you enjoy reading these thoughts on spirituality as much as I enjoyed writing them."

Unicorn of Death

The unicorn might come while she was in the garden. Lisa was torn on what to do
. She couldn't carry her Father to the garden with her, and she was afraid to leave
him alone. ... His fever was the same, but he hadn't stirred much that day.


Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1434979482



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An Eyeball in My Garden

... broomstick Mugwort tea Berries from a hawthorn tree Copper cauldron Dragon
horn Silver hair of unicorn Salamanders Ginger juice Needles of a weeping
spruce Wart remover New black cat ( Since my last one's now a rat ) Do Hall 42 .

Author: Jennifer Cole Judd

Publisher: Marshall Cavendish

ISBN: 9780761456551

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

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A collection of frightening and not so frightening poems for children.

There s a Unicorn in the Garden

Can she stop him before he tells his friends and becomes a real problem? (I mean, just imagine a whole infestation of unicorns gobbling up heads of lettuce left and right, for goodness sake!)Charmingly illustrated in bold, papercut artwork ...

Author: Katy Brown


ISBN: 9781732052710



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One day, I saw the most amazing thing. A shimmery, shiny, color-changing unicorn was standing half-in and half-out of my prize-winning azalea bushes eating up all the flowers! He said he was hungry, so I led him to my vegetable garden¿This engaging story is written and illustrated for early readers who enjoy problem solving, critical thinking, and uproarious comedy at bedtime. Join a clever little girl who must find a way to protect her garden produce from a stubborn unicorn who's sick and tired of being fed sweets. Can she stop him before he tells his friends and becomes a real problem? (I mean, just imagine a whole infestation of unicorns gobbling up heads of lettuce left and right, for goodness sake!)Charmingly illustrated in bold, papercut artwork in bright, eye-catching colors, this picture book is sure to keep children's attention. Each illustration shows dimension and shadow, giving the illusion of stacked layers of paper.Told from a first-person perspective, it's easy for kids to imagine themselves as the hero who must come up with a plan to stop the greedy unicorn from coming back. Ages 2-8.

Celebrate the Unicorn

Miss Whitman tells me that you say that you saw a unicorn in the garden by the
birdbath . ” The girl . “ Yes , I did . ” Dr . Freedheim . “ Are you sure you saw it ?
Wasn ' t it your imagination ? ” The girl . “ No , it wasn ' t my imagination . I didn ' t

Author: Jack Voelpel


ISBN: 9780940534018

Category: Unicorns

Page: 161

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A Unicorn in the Bahamas

For him, no doubt, the world would be as wide as his unbounded imagination, but
he would require wind, colour and a ... In it, of course, there would be —for the
convenience of my unicorn—that secret garden cherished by adventurers in ...

Author: Rosita Forbes



Category: Bahamas

Page: 244

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Death of a Unicorn

V To my amazement, Mummy decided at the last minute that she was coming to
the publication party for Uncle Tosh, and ... read Vogue and House and Garden,
or play our old private game in which Jane drew Cheadle characters in unlikely ...

Author: Peter Dickinson

Publisher: Small Beer Press

ISBN: 161873041X

Category: Fiction

Page: 204

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Praise for Peter Dickinson's mysteries: "A literary magician controlling an appar-ently inexhaustible supply of effects."—Penelope Lively For best-selling author Lady Margaret, the past is no longer a pleasant memory. Her first lover's mysterious death and the seeming inevitability of her inheriting the family's stately home are cast in new light by secrets unwillingly revisited. The first in a series of reprints of Peter Dickinson's mysteries, this classic British mystery will win fans currently engrossed in Downton Ab-bey. Peter Dickinson has twice received the Crime Writers' As-sociation's Gold Dagger. He lives in England and is married to the novelist Robin McKinley.

The Conscious Reader

The Unicorn in the Garden James Thurber (1894-1961), American humorist and
artist, began contributing in 1927 to The New Yorker, in which most of his work
first appeared. His humorous essays and short stories are collected in such
books ...

Author: Caroline Shrodes

Publisher: MacMillan Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780024103505

Category: College readers

Page: 810

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Garden of unicorns

Raina walked across the checkerboard grass of the Garden of Unicorns and sat
on a marble bench. Flitting around ... Raina stared at the unicorn with the broken
horn. ... His hair was tousled, his eyes were insolent, and his pose suggestive.

Author: J. C. Conaway


ISBN: 9780345251091

Category: Fiction

Page: 168

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The Phredde Collection

The unicorn wasn't very happy about having a jaguar anywhere near the castle,
so there was no way I was going to upset it by taking it in the rose garden. But I
wasn't going to say that to Dad. I mean it's his jaguar and he loves it. At least he ...

Author: Jackie French

Publisher: HarperCollins Australia

ISBN: 1743096380

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 1108

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7 books in 1. these spell-binding and spooky stories all star Phredde, a fractious but fun-loving phaery; Bruce, a mosquito-eating frog; and Pru, an everyday-normal school girl - except that she lives in a fairy castle, keeps pet piranhas, has a werewolf for a brother and a vampire for a teacher. the stories are A Phaery Named Phredde and Other Stories to Eat with a Banana; Phredde and a Frog Named Bruce and Other Stories to eat with a Watermelon; Phredde and the temple of Gloom: A Story to Eat with a Mandarin; Phredde and the Leopardskin Librarian: A Story to Eat with a Dinosaur Apple; Phredde and the Vampire Footy team; Phredde and the Ghostly Underpants: A Story to Eat with a Mango; and Phredde and the Zombie Librarian and Other Stories to Eat with a Blood Plum.

The Conscious reader

James Thurber The Unicorn in the Garden James Thurber (1894-1961),
American humorist and artist, began contributing in 1927 to The New Yorker, in
which most of his work first appeared. His humorous essays and short stories are



ISBN: 9780024398604



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