Do you know the unicorn watcher’s song?
A unicorn looks like a little grey horse,
With a waving tail like a lion of course!
But what’s most important for you to know?
One diamond hard horn on her head does grow,
One single sharp horn with a bright coloured glow!
Follow Red Rooster, Spotted Dog and Clyde the Horse through a wild romp across the Canadian Prairies. Why? Because we all know unicorns are lucky, and maybe even lucky enough to save the animals’ farm.
- FINALIST for the 2004 McNally Robinson Book for Young People Award
- FINALIST for the 2003 Manuela Dias Best Illustrated Book of the Year Award
“Combine a narrator who sounds like W.O. Mitchell at his rambling best, a legendary medieval beast, a farm in financial trouble, and a group of not-so-cooperative animals, and you have a humorous tale with timeless and contemporary relevance.” – Wild Rose Children’s Newsletter
“For enthusiastic storytellers who enjoy acting as well as reading, this is an excellent choice.” – Winnipeg Free Press