From the author of the international phenomenon War Horse comes a moving story of unity and inspiration in the face of war.
A moving story about unity and inspiration in the face of destruction, by the 2003-2005 Children’s Laureate and author of the internationally acclaimed War Horse. Tomas hates school, hates books and hates stories. Forced to visit the library, he stops to listen to magical tales that the Unicorn Lady spins. These tales draw him in and are about to change the course of his life for ever… Set against the backdrop of war-torn Europe, I Believe in Unicorns explores the power of stories to transform lives.
I Believe in Unicorns needs to be bought for every library, school and home… to share with as many children as we can so that they can experience its magic for themselves. –The Bookseller
About the Author
Michael Morpurgo was 2003-2005 Children’s Laureate, has written over 100 books and is the winner of many awards, including the Whitbread Children’s Book Award, the Smarties Book Prize, the Blue Peter Award and the Red House Children’s Book Award. His books are translated and read around the world and his hugely popular novel War Horse is now both a critically acclaimed stage play and a highly successful film. Michael and his wife, Clare, live in Devon. Visit Michael’s website at: www.michaelmorpurgo.com.
Gary Blythe has illustrated many books for children, including The Whales’ Song, written by Dyan Sheldon, for which he won the Kate Greenaway Medal; Ice Bear by Nicola Davies; and Bram Stoker’s Dracula, retold by Jan Needle. Gary lives in the Wirral, near Liverpool.