Serendipity Morgan And Me Paperback – Aug 6 2002
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One day she gets lost in the woods and finds a unicorn with his horn stuck in a tree branch. Morgan, the unicorn, asks if she'll help him break free. The princess, however, would rather go play than help Morgan this minute. But she promises to return later.
Once she grows bored of playing, the princess returns and cuts the branch away for Morgan. Together they roam the meadow, Morgan having since forgiven the princess for her belated rescue. However, the princess doesn't watch her step while they are playing and falls into a pond. From the safety of a lily pad, she calls for Morgan to help her. Morgan replies he will--eventually.
The princess realizes her mistake earlier and heartfully apologizes to Morgan. Convinced, Morgan rescues the princess from the pond. And ever since, they've been best friends.
I would recommend this book to young children, but I'm sure most adults will enjoy it just as much. Robin James is the talented illustrator of "Morgan and Me" and many other Stephen Cosgrove books. I highly recommend you read all of Cosgrove's books if you liked this one.
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Not the original book. Pictures are identical as far as I can tell but the story has been re-written to make the moral more obvious and the the story less ambiguous.Published 8 months ago by Jackie Allen
Morgan and Me had a great impact on me as a child. I would suggest that anyone pass this book along to their child. Read morePublished on Dec 12 2002 by Laura R.