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The truth about unicorns, James Cross Giblin ; illustrated with drawings by Michael McDermott and prints and photographs

Summary
Describes the origins of the unicorn, including the real-life animals that inspired it, and the various myths told about unicorns throughout the world
Table Of Contents
A world of unicorns -- The beast with a three-colored horn -- A horse's body, a stag's head, and an elephant's feet -- The Ki-lin of China -- The unicorn man of India -- A maiden tames the unicorn -- The unicorn in the tapestries -- The unicorn of the sea -- Doubters and believers -- Horn or tusk? -- The "living unicorn" -- The rhino, the Narwhal, and the unicorn
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Edition
First edition.
Physical Description
113 pages, illustrations, photographs, 24 cm
Isbn
9780060224783

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