Learn about the history of unicorns in this photographic nonfiction leveled reader perfect for kids interested in the natural - and unnatural - world!
Did you know that the Siberian unicorn roamed the Earth during the last Ice Age? Or that technically any creature with one horn is considered a unicorn? That means narwhals, certain antelope, and even shrimp with a horn can be called unicorns!
Embracing childrens' delight in the mythical creatures while also imparting fascinating facts about the real ones, discover the history of this special animal and decide for yourself if you believe in unicorns!
With simple language and vivid photographs, Are Unicorns Real? is perfect for emerging readers curious about the natural world and the iconic creature.
About the Author
Ginjer L. Clarke writes fun, fact-filled nonfiction books about weird, wonderful stuff. Her books have sold a combined total of more than 3 million copies worldwide, have appeared on best-seller lists, and have been featured in book fairs and on reading lists. Ginjer loves to learn new things and is excited to take readers on journeys around the world to explore unique habitats and the animals, plants, and people who live there.
Ginjer is an experienced and entertaining presenter and has appeared at more than 150 elementary schools, regional reading and writing conferences, statewide book festivals, bookstores and libraries, and even a zoo. She is a graduate of James Madison University and lives in Richmond, Virginia, with her husband, young son, and several silly-looking pets.