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When Alumna (the oracle) tells the metal horned unicorns that the last unicorn born will save them from the evil Magh, they are very excited. When he's born, he isn't what they expect. He doesn't have a metal horn! No metal, no magic! He's just plain blue. When Alumna tells Blue that he can gain magic, he's ready for an adventure!

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Tea and Dark Chocolate is a book of whimsical children's stories. Mostly, these stories are narrated by cats, and we see the thoughts of these ferocious felines.

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The Magic Treehouse Survival Guide is a nonfiction book that is a fun reminder of Jack and Annie’s popular adventure stories. It has step-by-step, easy to remember advice for how to stay safe in situations that can become scary and dangerous. Just about anyone anywhere in the world could use what is written in the “Wilderness” and “Extreme Weather” sections, but whether or not readers use information in “Lions and Tigers and Bears—Oh, Man!” or “Disasters” depends on where they live or travel.

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In the amazing sequel to Fable Nation, Fable Nation 2: Journey to Africa, Mitch goes on another exciting journey through the video game Fable Nation that he got sucked into in the last book. In the next level in the game, he is in Africa and has to face many new obstacles.

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Mitch is just a regular boy until one exciting day brings him to a new exhibit at his local zoo featuring a high voltage electric eel. The janitor warns him not to get too close, but Mitch is drawn to the strange and fascinating creature. When it shocks him, it shoots him across the room. He and his dad promise not to talk about this to his mother or his sister.

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Sirius de Soum de Gaia was born, along with two sisters and four brothers, to two of the best show dogs in history and has always been told to keep his head high, regardless of anything that might happen.

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Doodles Volunteer State Coloring Fun by Setria James is a fun and exciting way to learn about the state of Tennessee. Recommend for ages five and up, there are many informative coloring pages that will teach you something new every time you open this book. This tons-of-fun coloring book is broken up into three parts. The first part is called Tennessee State Symbols. In this part you will find information from state fossils to the state amphibian. The second part is titled Tennessee State Land Marks and Attractions.

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