Unicorns (A Stepping Stone Book(TM))

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A few mistakes, i am romanian and i know that the name of the person in the picture isn’t Vlad Dracula, it’s Vlad Tepes, in 1448 -1448, 1455-1462 and 1476. Other than that, I wouldn’t change a thing. The author brings to life a queen who lived 900 years ago by showing the depth of her passion and loyalty to her lands. Also starring is Ashley Wilkes (Leslie Howard) who Scarlett is sure she is in love with and his cousin, Melanie (Olivia De Havilland).

Pages: 48

Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers (July 14, 2009)


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