The Magic of the Unicorn

The Magic of the Unicorn Only a unicorn s horn can purify the water in your medieval village Thus YOU set off on a quest to find the unicorn that can save your people encountering many magical beings along the way

  • Title: The Magic of the Unicorn
  • Author: Deborah Lerme Goodman Ron Wing
  • ISBN: 9780553252422
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Only a unicorn s horn can purify the water in your medieval village Thus YOU set off on a quest to find the unicorn that can save your people, encountering many magical beings along the way.

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    1. Deborah Lerme Goodman Ron Wing Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Magic of the Unicorn book, this is one of the most wanted Deborah Lerme Goodman Ron Wing author readers around the world.

    2. I LOVED Choose Your Own Adventure books when I was in elementary school. I remember reading them over and over!!I only wished I had remembered them earlier as my daughter, who has always been an avid reader would have loved them too. Originally released in the 1970's and 1980's in 2005 some were re-released. They updated some of the original titles with new pictures and text. Unfortunately The Magic of the Unicorn was not re-released. I'm saying it again.I loved these. They were really unlike an [...]

    3. This is 100% a nostalgic fueled review. I loved reading the Choose Your Own Adventure books in elementary school. Of all the books I read, however, The Magic of Unicorns is the only title that I distinctly remember, probably due to my love of unicorns, but also because it was the one book I remembered getting a good ending for without "cheating."It was lovely to step back into this style of book and it holds up fairly well today. I am very glad to have this piece of my childhood to read again an [...]

    4. Read on a weekend trip with a friend's family. I used to love Choose Your Own Adventure books when I was a kid and even got away with writing book reports about them in middle school! In this outing, I successfully turned myself into a unicorn, but it's not clear whether that actually saved my village, or if I'm happy about it. I did have to abandon all wishes to achieve this, so I guess this is a very neutral ending. ;-)

    5. You can bet I'm fully trained to find unicorns in forests and save my village from expiring of thirst. 1507 in Flanders: I can handle it! Will I choose to go into a cellar full of spiders?!? No, thank you!

    6. Well, I didn't die, but things also did not go according to plan. The good news is, while my character's life with kind of sideways, I saved the village! Three cheers for keeping a whole village alive!Author: Deborah Lerme GoodmanPublisher: ChoosecoPublication Date: 1985

    7. I don't know how you can go wrong with a Choose your Own Adventure. It was a fun fantasy read full of witches, Warlocks, Unicorns, and magic. This is middle-grade age level reading, but it doesn't take away from the thrill that comes with choosing your own path.

    8. This was my absolute favorite Choose Your Own Adventure! It seems like it's going to be all pretty and happy from the title, but this one stressed me out the most. I mean, the whole town's counting on you, and there's so many ways to let them down.Not enough unicorns, though!

    9. My 5-year old and I have been working on this book off-and-on for a couple months now. I think we are finally "done" with finding all of the endings. It got to the point towards the end where we actually just found the ending pages we didn't recognize and then backtracked to find the path to get there. Then we would read the story forward and see how it played out. She is amazed at the idea that you can alter the story and is very excited to find some more of these. Especially the Goosebump bran [...]

    10. The great thing about Choose Your Own Adventure books is that you can read it over and over again, and literally get a different story everytime-- because YOU are choosing the path! It's brilliant. And out of all of the CYOA I read, this story was best, by leaps and bounds. The main character is "you", the reader, but clearly in the pictures a cute petite blond from medieval times, who wishes to save her village from dehydration because of a drought and tainted well water. The only way is to fin [...]

    11. I loved unicorns back in middle school, and I must have read through every single ending this book had to offer and possibly one time I even read it straight through without choosing any endings, just straight through. There were so many ways to die! You could get poisoned because the unicorn horn didn't purify the water, you could get leprosy, the evil alchemist could through you in a dungeon FOREVER, or there were the more lingering deaths, where you work until old age trying to turn straw int [...]

    12. I loved these books growing up, so I decided to read through this one and all of its 27 endings again. I forgot how scary some of the options are! Perfect as a nostalgic read for adults or to pass along to kiddos. This and other Choose Your Own Adventures will be a fun, easy read whether they are on to chapter books or you are trying to help spark an interest in reading. I think I might have to start collecting more of them

    13. I loved Choose Your Own Adventure books as a kid and stumbled across 3 in a thrift store. Today I introduced this one to my Middle Schoolers and they loved it. The class loved deciding where to go and when we made a potentially deadly choice they would try to get me to back track so the story was not over. They were so engaged.

    14. My father gave this book to me when I was very young, when I was in gradeschool. It is a wonderful book, I got to have different ending every-time I read it. It felt like I'm really the main character since I got the decision to make every time.

    15. Do you guys remember these? I must have checked this book out of the library a hundred times to read again and again! I can't believe they are still out there. How cool!

    16. I loved the choose your-own-adventure books during my early years, and believe these are a great set of books for those who are new to reading their own books.

    17. Yes I did re-read this favorite from childhood. It's still awesome when "you" die a spectacularly gruesome death! This one stands out for combining two of my worst fears into one horrible demise.

    18. Found this on my bookshelf last night and took a trip down memory lane. This was my favorite Choose your own adventure book, mostly because I was obsessed with unicorns (still am).

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