awesome childhood fantasy 🙂
~post by Marie
Once upon a time, there was a little girl who read lots of books. Many of the books she read were about wonderful far-off lands, with mystical creatures like dragons and fairies and griffins. In one of these books, she learned about a fascinating, beautiful creature, and quickly became enraptured. This creature was more majestic, magical, and amazing than all the others. This creature was a unicorn.
That little girl was me.
I still read lots of books about all those fantastical things, and in particular about unicorns when I can get my hands on them. Somehow, though, one of the quintessential unicorns of my childhood slipped through my book-grubbing fingers and I didn’t encounter her in literary form until I was much older. I’m speaking, of course, of The Last Unicorn, which I knew and loved first in its form as an animated movie that…
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