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9780241392201 60e44bfce24f8321966cc4fa How to Grow a Unicorn https://cdn1.storehippo.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60e44bfee24f8321966cc577/webp/51mnejrumcs-_sx421_bo1-204-203-200_.jpg A rollicking, rhyming read-aloud treat from wordsmith extraordinaire, debut author Rachel Morrisroe, and the ridiculously talented, bestselling Steven Lenton Welcome to Mr Pottifer's Parlour of Plants: a magical shop with the most surprising plants you'll ever see! Sarah thinks she's discovered the perfect gift for her garden-loving grandma, but before you can say GARDEN FULL OF UNICORNS, things grow wildly out-of-hand! Live your own hilarious unicorn fantasy in this rip-roaring, rhyming delight from a terrifically talented new picture book author, with illustrations from the brilliant, bestselling illustrator Steven Lenton - illustrator of Shifty McGifty and The Hundred and One Dalmations picture book. Product description About the Author Before becoming a writer, Rachel worked in various media and public affairs jobs, including Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. When she wasn't promoting the animals to the media or interviewing celebrities who had rehomed pets, Rachel got to foster puppies and walk dogs in her lunchbreaks. Rachel has also worked in journalism, as a public affairs consultant and in external affairs for an economic think tank - but none of these roles were quite as fun because there weren't any dogs in the offices. Steven Lenton is a multi-award winning illustrator, originally from Cheshire, now working from his studios in Brighton and London. He has illustrated many children's books including 'Head Kid' and 'The Taylor Turbochaser' by David Baddiel, 'The Hundred And One Dalmatians' adapted by Peter Bently, The Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam series by Tracey Corderoy, Frank Cottrell-Boyce's fiction titles and the Sainsbury's Prize winning 'The Nothing To See Here Hotel' series by Steven Butler. 9780241392201
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How to Grow a Unicorn

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  • ISBN: 9780241392201
  • Author: Rachel Morrisroe and Steven Lenton
  • Publisher: Puffin
  • Pages: 32
  • Format: Paperback

Book Description

A rollicking, rhyming read-aloud treat from wordsmith extraordinaire, debut author Rachel Morrisroe, and the ridiculously talented, bestselling Steven Lenton Welcome to Mr Pottifer's Parlour of Plants: a magical shop with the most surprising plants you'll ever see! Sarah thinks she's discovered the perfect gift for her garden-loving grandma, but before you can say GARDEN FULL OF UNICORNS, things grow wildly out-of-hand! Live your own hilarious unicorn fantasy in this rip-roaring, rhyming delight from a terrifically talented new picture book author, with illustrations from the brilliant, bestselling illustrator Steven Lenton - illustrator of Shifty McGifty and The Hundred and One Dalmations picture book. Product description About the Author Before becoming a writer, Rachel worked in various media and public affairs jobs, including Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. When she wasn't promoting the animals to the media or interviewing celebrities who had rehomed pets, Rachel got to foster puppies and walk dogs in her lunchbreaks. Rachel has also worked in journalism, as a public affairs consultant and in external affairs for an economic think tank - but none of these roles were quite as fun because there weren't any dogs in the offices. Steven Lenton is a multi-award winning illustrator, originally from Cheshire, now working from his studios in Brighton and London. He has illustrated many children's books including 'Head Kid' and 'The Taylor Turbochaser' by David Baddiel, 'The Hundred And One Dalmatians' adapted by Peter Bently, The Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam series by Tracey Corderoy, Frank Cottrell-Boyce's fiction titles and the Sainsbury's Prize winning 'The Nothing To See Here Hotel' series by Steven Butler.

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