The Blue Unicorn’s Journey To Osm Read and Color Illustrated Book Page

The Blue Unicorn’s Journey To Osm

Read and Color Illustrated Book Page

Buy the Black and White Illustrated Chapter Book if you love to Read and Color.  Read a chapter and then add your own coloring style to the following pages. ISBN# 978-1942740162 The Blue Unicorn’s Journey To Osm Black and White Illustrated Chapter Book—Author: Sybrina Durant, Illustrator: Dasguptarts—YAF002030 YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Animals / Mythical Creatures, YAF01700 YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Fairy Tales & Folklore / General, YAF019000 YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Fantasy / General—8 1/2” x 11” – 186 Black and White pages. 

Links to the online stores where the  “Read and Color” Black and White Printed Version of the Illustrated Book may be purchased are below.

The book contains 186 pages of text and black and white illustrations.  It is less than half the price of the full colored book.  Age Level:  Teens and older readers.  ISBN# 978-1942740162

Black and White Illustrated Chapter Book available in Soft Cover Print Only at the following online book stores:

Adlibris—Print—Soft Cover

Alibris—Print—Soft Cover

Amazon—Print—Soft Cover

Barnes and Nobles—Print—Soft Cover

Bokus—Print—Soft Cover

Bol—Print—Soft Cover

Book Depository—Print—Soft Cover

Books a Million—Print—Soft Cover

Booktopia—Print—Soft Cover

Fishpond—Print—Soft Cover

Read a sample of the Blue Unicorn’s Journey To Osm Black and White Illustrated Chapter Book.

More Blue Unicorn Books

Buy the Full Color Illustrated Chapter Book.  It will make a great collector’s item or gift for a favorite child in soft cover print or hardback. Soft Cover ISBN# 978-1942740070  and Hard Cover ISBN#  978-1942740094

Buy the Black and White Illustrated Chapter Book if you love to Read and Color.  Read a chapter and then add your own coloring style to the following pages. ISBN# 978-1942740162

Buy the coloring/character description book.  It is more than just pages to color.  It will also introduce you to all of the characters in the story.  ISBN# 978-1942740100 

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Everybody loves unicorns!

OK maybe not everyone does but those who do will love to read about the little blue unicorn who was born into a tribe of magical metal horned unicorns.  It is his destiny to save the tribe but how can he do it with no metal and no magic?  Read the book to find out if he can. 

Readers will follow the blue unicorn and the Tribe of the Metal Horn through the land of MarBryn as Blue seeks to meet the destiny the Moon-Star Numen has set for him in Muzika Woods. Centuries after their arrival on MarBryn, there are only twelve unicorns left. They no longer have the technical skills or knowledge required to travel through space-time. One of them doesn’t even have a metal horn. . .nor does he posses any magic.

Yet, the Moon-Star Numen prophesized that the blue unicorn would be the one to save the tribe and bring the survivors back home to Unimaise. The others don’t have much faith in Blue but he has an adventurous spirit and good old common sense so he takes on the challenge alone. He is soon joined by his mentor Gaiso, the Stag and his friend, Girasol the Firebird. Together, the companions save a Humongous Elutron from the Bugans and they rescue Gwyn the Pendragon from Yegwa, an evil spirit.

Meanwhile, the rest of Blue’s tribe has learned that all horns will be required to meet horn tip to horn tip in order for Blue to receive the Numen’s magic. They race toward Muzika Wood in a desperate bid to reach him before the Moon-Star arrives. In their travels, they barely escape Magh’s city of Kudos with their lives. One unicorn is nearly gummed to death by a Blind Blober in the Caulis Caverns. With misadventures all around, will destiny prevail?

Note:  Why so many versions of this story?  There is a version of The Blue Unicorn’s Journey To Osm to suit just about any reading level and pocket book.  There is a coloring/character description book for the Blue Unicorn’s Journey To Osm story.  Buy it first to learn about Blue, his Tribe of Metal Horned Unicorns and other characters in the book as you color each one of their portraits. 

There is also a fully illustrated chapter book that can be purchased with either Full Color Illustrations or with Black and White Illustrations.  The B&W book can be used as a ‘read and color’ book.  Read a chapter, then color the fanciful picture after the text.

There will be a novel published soon that will feature miniaturized pictures in Full Color or in Black and White. The novel will also be available with absolutely no pictures at all. 

The reason for the black and white versions of the books as well as the text only version of the novel is because full color illustrations increase the cost of a book exponentially and I wanted to offer a version for every budget.  Black and White illustrations are less than 1/2 the cost of color illustrations.  Having no illustrations at all, halves the cost again.  

And speaking of no illustrations, the story is also available as an audio book, enthusiastically narrated by Troy Hudson.  It can be purchased at Amazon, Audible and Itunes.  To get the most out of it, though, buy a printed book to read along as you listen.

Print books available from most brick and mortar bookstores (upon request) and all versions of the book are available at most online book stores (immediately).  Don’t forget to ask you local librarian to shelve the books so that you and others can read them for free.

Dear Reader:

As an independent author, I must rely on a little help from my friends to spread the good word about my books to others.  My books are available at most online bookstores.  A nice review on any of those websites would be most welcome.

If you like my stories, please request the books in libraries, schools and book stores in your neighborhood.  Most libraries have online book request forms now, so it’s easy to make a request.

Plus, tell your friends in person and online.  Your voice will make a world of difference.  And feel free to reach out to me with your thoughts.  I’d love to hear them.

Finally, please don’t forget to let potential readers know how much you enjoyed the artwork by DasguptArts and the narration of the audio book by Troy Hudson.

Thanks for your support,

Sybrina

Sybrina@sybrina.com

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