Tween Unicorn Book Feature – Gloria and the Unicorn by Wanda Luthman

Sybrina’s Unicorn Book Pick

For Middle Kid (or Tween) Readers

 Today’s Unicorn Book Feature is

Gloria and the Unicorn

 By Wanda Luthman

Gloria and the Unicorn is a story that will delight you as well as pull on your heart strings as Gloria struggles with her facial disfigurement and wanting to fit in. Gloria’s mother died at birth and her father gave her to Miss Libby, the owner of a children’s home. Miss Libby loves the little girl and feels protective of her. But, it’s not until Sir Louie, the unicorn, shows up that Gloria starts to believe in herself. She has a conflict at school and never wants to go back and then she finds herself in an even worse situation; she encounters the evil Wizards of Malcadore who want to kill her. She must decide if she will face her fear of certain death to save her friend, Sir Louie, or lose him forever. Come along on Gloria’s marvelous journey with Sir Louie.
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Unicorns!  How we love them. . .

Luckily for all of us unicorn lovers there are hundreds of unicorn books available for all age groups.  I have gathered information about as many as I can find and have placed them here for you on my blog.

You can also find hundreds more for all ages at Sybrina’s Blue Unicorn Book Store.

This blog post was brought to you by Unicorn Author and Entrepreneur, Sybrina Durant.  Visit her Sybrina Blue Unicorn Book website for unicorn books, Unicorn Reader Tees, Unicorn Writer Journals and Notebooks, Unicorn Reader Book Sleeves and many cool unicorn gifts.  Sybrina writes The Blue Unicorn Books. This book, written by Sybrina Durant and illustrated by Dasguptarts, is presented in chapter book style with lots of pictures in order to keep young readers interest. It is meant for middle grade readers and up. If you love to read and you love to color, this is the book for you. Read a chapter, then color the fanciful pictures yourself in this fully-illustrated black and white version of “The Blue Unicorn’s Journey To Osm”. It is also available in glorious water-color style.

Browse Sybrina’s Blue Unicorn Book Store

In all, you’ll find thousands of books and gifts for your favorite unicorn lover at Sybrina’s Unicorn Book StoreSybrina has spent countless hours researching, finding and cataloging these books to make it easy for others to find what might become their next favorite book.  

Sybrina is an Amazon Associate and Influencer, so you can feel safe making a purchase from her online store because each link goes directly to the book’s Amazon page. At this point you may be wondering…why not just go straight to Amazon.  The reason is simple.  Sybrina accepts no money for advertising so you can be assured that the books you see in her online store are not simply limited to who pays the most to have their book up front. You will be amazed at what you will find there. 

And if you don’t find a particular book that you feel should be there, just send Sybrina an email with the book title and author’s name.  She will accomodate almost all requests to include a new (or old) unicorn book in her online store.
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