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101 Ways to Use a Unicorn Hardcover – March 3, 2015
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"Pearlman’s humor is relentlessly clever and, when they’re not eliciting the odd bark of laughter, the examples of uses to which a unicorn can be put, and Urban‘s delightful illustrations of them, and the cumulative effect of the full-color, page-after-page variations on theme … listen: this book will at least leave you grinning...Your life will be incomplete without this little volume." -Austin Chronicle
"The magical creature and its ever present rainbow (Skittles, anyone?) is used and abused in a variety of ways that will make you laugh and cringe."
About the Author
Robb Pearlman is an editor, author, and pop culture junkie. The author of six books, Pearlman has steered the multimillion-dollar publishing and licensing campaigns for Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys and is an associate publisher at Rizzoli, where he directs the Universe calendar division. Dave Urban is an award-winning artist whose illustrations graced the pages of New York Times best seller Eats, Shoots & Leaves, The New Yorker, and many advertising and editorial campaigns.
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If you cannot come up with more than 44 even allegedly humorous uses for a unicorn, you should wait until you do before publishing.Read more