Lady and the Unicorn Paperback – Oct 1994
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
As a child, I loved unicorns, and I loved Medieval and Renaissance art. Naturally I've always like the unicorn tapestries. I used to have a print of one of the tapestries hanging in my bedroom. When I saw this book, I just had to get it. I was, however, a little disappointed. The story (a made up story about the characters pictured in the tapestries) is ok, but a bit contrived. The illustrations, however, I don't really like. They are simple, washed out paintings that don't go at all with the style of the tapestries (which are also pictured in the book). I personally think that a book that takes place in a certain time period should be illsustrated in that time period. The illustrations here have nothing in common with the tapestries and are of an inferior quality. I did, however, read this story to my third grade students when we were talking about Medieval and Renaissance art. They did seem to enjoy it.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Nancy Jones - Published on Amazon.com
I didn't know that this was a children's book when I bought it. It doesn't give me any of the content that I was looking for.