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In Gymnastica all animals are unicorns, using their horns to hunt, play and, paint. Authors create this fantastic world and reminisce about stuffies and humans in Gymnastica.



"I purchased this book for my granddaughter who is seven years old and loves gymnastics. She actually read the book herself to me and loved every page of the story. My favorite part with her was when she got up out of her chair and showed me every gymnastics move the little girl was doing in the book. Alexis is in gymnastics right now so this was really exciting for her. Plus she laughed at so many animals having a unicorn horn and it made her ask a lot of questions about the different animals. One thing of important note, the artistic creation of the drawings in the book make you feel like you are living among the story and around the animals. All together the storyline and the artists work makes this book a win-win for home and school libraries. It was so much fun for Alexis she wants to write her own story book now."
- Kimberly, a customer review

“I was drawn to this story because it's very whimsical and active. The book tells a story about how all animals were once unicorns. It follows birds as they use their horns to weave nests, penguins using their horns to play ice hockey, and bats as they use their horns to make cave-paintings. A twist in the story comes with the explanation for why we don't see so many unicorn animals today."

- Alexis Kandra, an artist behind the book art for this story

Unicorns in Gymnastica

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