From Publishers Weekly
Peachtree's first release, If I Found a Wistful Unicorn: A Gift of Love (1978) by Ann Ashford, illus. by Bill Drath, extends a plethora of thoughtful propositions ("If I found a wistful unicorn and/ brought him to you, all forlorn.../ Would you pet him?") coupled with breezy watercolors. This hand-size volume is just right for presenting to someone special. All ages.
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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About the Author
Ann Ashford was born in 1939 in Hannibal, Missouri, and raised on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. She graduated from Agnes Scott College in 1961 and was a United Methodist church workerofr migrants in Texas, a welfare case worker in Atlanta, a teacher, an actress, and vice-president of a family-owned fund-raising consulting firm. She died in 1988.
Bill Drath was born in 1915 in Wisconsin. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin, he served in the army during World War II (earning a Bronze Star) and in the Korean War, retiring in 1966 as a lieutenant colonel. In addition to IF I FOUND A WISTFUL UNICORN, Drath also illustrated WHEN SOMEONE DIES, WILLOWCAT AND THE CHIMNEY SWEEP, and SOUTHERN IS . . . . He died in 1991.