The Blue Unicorn's Journey To Osm Illustrated Chapter Book

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
A unicorn fairytale, from the unicorn's point of view. If you love unicorns, read the story of the blue unicorn and his metal horned tribe as they journey through MarBryn to help him achieve his destiny.
This book is presented with two pages of chapter text for every 2-page spread illustration. It is meant for teen readers and up. Get the companion coloring book, too. More

Available ebook formats: epub

About Sybrina Durant

Sybrina Publishing and Distributing Company encompases both fiction and non-fictions works. Fiction books include children's stories by Sybrina Durant and other authors.

Children's Book Titles include The Blue Unicorn's Journey To Osm, Unicorns From Unimaise, Learn To Tie A Tie With The Rabbit And The Fox, Nellie Knows How To Knot A Neck Scarf, Yarashell Abbily and Her Very Messy Room, The Legend of the Blue Unicorn, Dorp The Scottish Dragon and many more.

Historical romance novels are written by Gina Rose.

Sybrina's Phrase Thesaurus 4 volume set and Help Yourself - Learn to Prepare, Publish and Promote Your Book are non-fiction titles.

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Reviews

Review by: LauraClarke on Oct. 29, 2017 :
I knew by the 20% mark that I would really love this book and it would go on my MG/YA favorites shelf, and I was right! I admit I had no real expectations when starting it, seeing as how I’d never read the author before and the description felt a bit “generic” to me. I was so immersed in this wonderful, fun book and impressed with the level of creativity that Sybrina Durant puts into “The Blue Unicorn’s Journey”. Of course, I was obsessed with unicorns in my younger days (what young girl wasn’t?) But I’ve never read a book where they were any sort of main/real character before. I loved the characters and the energy Ms. Durant uses. Solid world building throughout, which is really important for creating a believable fantasy. It’s not perfect, however, and I did feel at times there was too much narrative “telling” and backstory that would have been better ‘shown’ through dialogue and action. This caused the pacing to be erratic at times, but not too terrible. For the most part the editing was very clean, (only minor punctuation things here and there) and I appreciated how the ending wraps up nicely, but it also leaves the door open for more magical adventures. Can’t wait! Recommend for MG/YA, but adults will enjoy it as well. Special treat at the end of the book that I loved.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Jenna Brewster on Oct. 18, 2017 :
I will give this book 5 stars! “The Blue Unicorn’s Journey to Osm” a fun, enchanting story you just want to dive into and stay lost in! Unfortunately I finished it in two short nights, even though this book is surprisingly long… It’s been so long since I’ve read something with such magical, creative elements that didn’t feel super cliché or something I’ve read a dozen times before. So rare in this genre! … Sybrina Durant has perfected the delicate balance of creating an imaginative and complex magical/alternate world that isn’t confusing or frustrating or overwhelming –especially for younger readers-- but is just complex enough to keep us totally hooked! And I like how it is written in such a way that we see multiple character/unicorn POVs, as well as a narrator to show us the bigger picture. But Durant tackles some pretty heavy themes here and like that she doesn’t dumb it down for her younger audience (some really shocking moments and some sad ones as well). A great read, one I can see being in the libraries of junior highs… might skew a bit young for the High Schoolers but the story has enough substance to appeal to a mass audience. Recommend.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: MarcellaGonzo on Oct. 18, 2017 :
Is it weird that I want to live inside this book? Please? Haha. “The Blue Unicorn’s Journey to Osm” by Sybrina Durant is such an utterly charming story, one which I would have no hesitation having my children read, and even adult will like it as well. It is a “clean” fantasy suitable for most ages, but it is definitely geared toward the younger YA/ Upper MG crowd (12-18 I’d say), but it is a rare story that will transcend age groups. Sybrina Durant has a great way of writing in a believable manner that is intelligently constructed with great worldbuilding and lore, and characters we love and love to hate. Absolutely love the vibrant pictures that brighten the pages (and storyline). A well-written and tightly knit and action-packed plot will appeal to all readers, not just fans of fantasy. It has a solid universal message that everyone can understand and appreciate, and it is a lot of fun to read. I loved the ending as well, but keep reading to the last pages because there is a helpful pronunciation guide and some very cool drawings that relate to the story. This is such a cool niche here that Ms. Durant has tapped into and I would definitely love to read more like this in the future! Highly recommend.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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