Unicorn Wings by Mallory Loehr
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"I wish I had wings." The white unicorn can heal wounds with his horn. He can make rainbows. But what he really wants is to fly. So he sets off on a quest--past birds and butterflies--to find wings of his own.

A charming Step 2 title with a ton of girl appeal.

About Mallory Loehr

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Not only is MALLORY LOEHR a talented children's book author, she's also editor in chief of Random House Children's Books and the editor for both the bestselling Magic Tree House series and Tamora Pierce's Tortall books. Her most recent book for young readers was Dragon Egg. VANESSA BRANTLEY NEWTON is a mom, a writer, and the illustrator of several books for children. She lives in New Jersey with her husband Ray, daughter Zoe, and two crazy cats, Kirby and Stripes.
Published March 27, 2013 by Random House Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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After sadly invoking his wish once more, he sees his reflection: “He had big white wings!” He flies off after the mare, because he “wanted to say, ‘Thank you.’ ” Perfectly suiting this confection, Silin-Palmer’s pictures teem with the mass market–fueled iconography of what little girls are (osten...

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