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I believe in unicorns / Michael Morpurgo.

By: Morpurgo, Michael, 1943- [author,, editor.].
Contributor(s): Walker Books | Blythe, Gary [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelSoundEdition: Unabridged.Description: 1 audio disc (CD) (53 min.) : digital, stereo ; 12 cm ; in container.ISBN: 9781486239788; 1486239781.Subject(s): Military occupation -- Children's fiction | Libraries -- Children's fiction | Unicorns -- Children's fiction | Books and reading -- Children's fictionGenre/Form: Children's audiobooksDDC classification: 823.92 Read by the author.Summary: Eight-year-old Tomas hates school, hates books and hates stories. Forced to visit the library, he stops to listen to the magical tales that the Unicorn Lady spins, tales that draw him in, making themselves part of him and changing the course of his life for ever, making him believe in unicorns.
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Eight-year-old Tomas hates school, hates books and hates stories. Forced to visit the library, he stops to listen to the magical tales that the Unicorn Lady spins - tales that draw him in, making themselves part of him and changing the course of his life for ever ... making him believe in unicorns.Set against the backdrop of war-torn Europe, I Believe in Unicorns explores the power of stories to transform lives. Produced in association with the Unicorn Theatre, the first purpose-built professional theatre for children in the UK, located on London's South Bank.

Book edition illustrated by Gary Blythe.

Read by the author.

Eight-year-old Tomas hates school, hates books and hates stories. Forced to visit the library, he stops to listen to the magical tales that the Unicorn Lady spins, tales that draw him in, making themselves part of him and changing the course of his life for ever, making him believe in unicorns.

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