If you thought unicorns were strictly imaginary, think again. Anatomy, evolution, life cycle, magical properties - discover just how much you didn't know about unicorns. Dive into the life's work of famed unicornologist Professor Temisa Seraphini with this beautiful, fully illustrated encyclopaedic volume of unicorn knowledge. Meet species from the fjords of the North to the unforgiving deserts of the equator as you discover the wonders of this enchanting creature from past to present.



ISBN: 9781911171959
Series:The Secret Lives of
Audience: Children / Juvenile
Format: Hardback
Number of Pages: 64
Publication Date: 1 Apr 2019
Publisher: Flying Eye Books
Publication City, Country: London, United Kingdom
Dimensions (cm): 29(H) x 24.5(L)



Robin illustrates in dramatic spreads that combine elements of fantasy with the aesthetics of a vintage picture encyclopedia. Seraphini's earnest tone will persuade nonbelievers, and maybe even move them to help dwindling unicorn populations (by picking up litter and growing native plants).
--Publishers Weekly

Wonderful detailed images of the different species of unicorns, the scientists, the landscapes, and other details described.
--Youth Services Book Review


Author Biography

Dr Temisa Seraphini grew up in Nottingham where she first encountered a unicorn in the wild, igniting a lifelong passion for their study and conservation. She is now a leading expert on Unicorns and Unicornology at the University of Forgotten Magical Creatures. Sophie Robin is a freelance illustrator who graduated with Honors from Edinburgh College of Art in 2017. She lives in Glasgow.

The Secret Lives of Unicorns

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