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Look! It's the Candycorn (Llamacorn and Friends) (Board book)

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Unicorns love to trick-or-treat, too! The magical unicorn in this die-cut board book has a candy-corn horn that's just perfect for Halloween! Don't miss this companion to I Love My Llamacorn and all the other unicorn mash-ups!

Autumn is a fun time for all, especially when you're a candycorn! A special unicorn with a candy-corn horn spreads glitter and candy wherever she goes. This rhyming board book--with shiny foil and a colorful die-cut--will bring a smile to any child's face (and grown-ups' too!). For candy lovers, unicorn fans, and Halloween lovers everywhere! Little ones won't be able to resist the tactile concentric holes on every page. Look for I Love My Llamacorn, I Believe in Bunnycorns, and My Magical Mermicorn in the same hit series, by the same creative contributors!

About the Author


DANIELLE McLEAN is a children's book editor who lives in London. When she's not writing and editing children's books, she'll be found in a ballet class pursuing her other childhood dream.

PRISCA LE TANDE is a child of the disco era, so dancing queens and grooving cats are right up her alley. She sees the world of illustration as a dessert cart laden with enticing delights. (Why not taste everything? You can always go to the dentist afterward!) After studying applied art at school, she enrolled in a film studies program and began her adventures in the world of animation. When she is not illustrating children's books, she is creating and directing the animated series Grosha & Mr. B. She lives in France.


Product Details
ISBN: 9780593301173
ISBN-10: 059330117X
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: July 14th, 2020
Pages: 18
Series: Llamacorn and Friends

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Nielsen's always first-rate historical fiction, this one about the early 20th century Lithuanian struggle against the Cossack occupation and censorship of Lithuanian culture, traditions and banning of books, hums along at a pace which will endear action/adventure fans into turning pages. Some scary situations -- beatings, villages set on fire and constant surveillance -- make the book a better fit for at least ages 9 and up. - Review by Maureen