Are Unicorns Real?

Posted on Oct 26, 2020 | 9 comments

Did you know that the Siberian unicorn roamed the earth during the last Ice Age? Or that people used to make unicorn horns into medicine? Discover the history of these special creatures, and decide for yourself if you believe in unicorns.

Coming 2/2/21!

9 Comments

  1. Hi I am Grant Finken from the larchmont school zoom the only that you would be able to remember me is that I was the first person to tell you it was ontamontapeia in the chat. Any ways I think you should write about the water bear infact I bet you haven’t even heard of it. It is a microscopic bear type thing that can survive even in space. And since you like writing about weird stuff it would be perfect I mean it doesn’t even have eyes and it is a microscpic animal
    My Email is [email protected] or if that doesn’t go through my other one is [email protected]
    -Grant Finken

  2. Hi, Grant. Great job today, and I love that you wrote to me right away! I have actually heard of water bears, or tardigrades, and they’re very cool. I’ve been trying to think of a way to include them in one of my books, but I just haven’t come up with that yet. I might put them in a book I’m working on called Tiny Terrors! The World’s Smallest Dangerous Creatures, even though they’re not really dangerous but totally indestructible. Maybe they will outlive all other forms of life and take over the universe one day. Ha! Thanks for writing to me, and happy reading to you! Ginjer Clarke

  3. Hi I am Ryan Finken if unicorns are real can they fly?

  4. Hi, Ryan. That’s a good question, but you’ll have to read the book to see what I found out about both unicorn stories and real-life unicorns. They are interesting creatures, for sure. Thanks for writing to me, and happy reading to you! Ginjer Clarke

  5. Hi. My name is Claire Choe, I use to love unicorns when I was like 6-7 because I thought that they were cool and stuff, but since now I am 10, I didn’t really care about them, but I am interested in what you’re going to write in your book.

  6. What type of animals do you specifically specialize in?

  7. hi

  8. Hi, Nabhya. I like to say that I specialize in “weird, wonderful science” but that can mean a lot of things. I love to write about anything fun and interesting. I hope you enjoyed the program. Thanks for writing to me and happy reading to you! Ginjer Clarke

  9. Hi, Claire. I’m glad to hear that you’re interested in reading this book. I hope that it will give you some of your love for unicorns back, because I think they are fun for people of all ages. I think you will be surprised by what you learn! I hope you enjoyed the program. Thanks for writing to me and happy reading to you! Ginjer Clarke

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