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Field Guide to Unicorns of North America

The Official Handbook for Unicorn Enthusiasts of All Ages

Published by Bloom Books for Young Readers
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

Become an expert on the various species of North American Unicornus thanks to this fun, funny, and fascinating field guide!

From historical details to identification strategies, you’ll soon be immersed in the world of unicorns that roam the wilds of North America thanks to the scientific, "fact-packed" handbook. Plus, you’ll learn easy, step-by-step drawing techniques for when you’re out in the wild searching for signs of unicorn presence. Along with unicorn history, popular tales, and scientific information, you’ll be provided with in-depth details about the most popular species of North American unicorns, including:

• American Unicorn
• Hoary Unicorn
• Spiked Bog Pony
• Tropical Unicorn
• And more!

This field guide is perfect for any lover of these fantastic beasts, no matter if they believe unicorns to be fact or fiction!

About The Author

Andy Robbins writes, paints, and illustrates in the wilds of Wyoming. From cautionary coloring books to unique field guides and intricate paintings that explore deep human themes, Andy is continually attempting to share what's inside his mind. He also collects old things, practices the art of taxidermy on the odd jackalope, and plays pinball in his free time. He is always looking for something that isn't there and hopes to find it someday.

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