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Dragons and Unicorns: A Natural History Paperback – October 15, 1992
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Personally, my favorite pages are the dragon and unicorn illustrations. I like the way the artist drew them looking more like believable and realistic animals.
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I had a copy of this book as a child, and absolutely loved it. It is just an interesting, well-written little fantasy bestiary. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mordi
A great read, informative and scholarly in tone -- not without a sense of humour.Published 4 months ago by Alexandra
Written as a natural history book. I bought this as nostalgia having read it multiple times as a kid. Very fun read if you're into mythical creatures.Published 8 months ago by Yaydoom
This was a gift for my speed reading 12 year old daughter-it is EXACTLY what you would hope for. She read it within a day, and has re-read it a few times. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dan Ho
Replaced for one that was chewed by a young lab. Book was said to be new, but had fletching and other issues. Too bad. but not as bad as the one that was chewed.Published 15 months ago by Mynette
The book Dragons & Unicorns is an excellent read & if you are interested in either,...both animals are well covered in this communique !Published 20 months ago by Gary Giuffre'
The authors warn the reader that this book is based entirely on theory and quite a bit of it is intended to be humorously untrue. Read morePublished on April 7, 2005 by Amazon Customer