345. Unicorn on the Cob

When I asked for stories about your pets, I was thinking of the kind that comes from pet shops or animal shelters.   I wasn’t expecting mythical ones, but – well, here goes.

This is a “book” written in 1992 by my daughter Gretchen (Ford) Covey and illustrated by my 5 year-old grandson Bryce.  They called it “The Clay Magician” but I think “Unicorn on the Cob” is a lot tastier – especially since it’s on butter-flavored paper.

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5 Responses to 345. Unicorn on the Cob

  1. Linda Lewis says:

    I love this story and write up! Do you have any photos of the unicorn?

  2. C Ford says:

    This is absolutely a creative story I have every read and this is written and drawn by my own extended family! Wish I could use that book with my little Deaf students and their families during our ASL readings!

  3. Tim Fitzpatrick says:

    I hope that spirit and imagination live forever in Bryce and everyone who reads this story. What a great story.

  4. Gretchen says:

    Love this story!


  5. Chris says:

    Love, love, love this!! Have you had it published? You should! It can be inspirational to young illustrators, just the kind of book I’d share before my kindergartners started their writing projects.

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