A world of magical and fierce unicorns

By reaching the age of 13, each child gets closer to a common dream: riding their own unicorn!

The children are sent to the island, to the gates of a unicorn egg hatchery. When a child hatches an egg, it is assigned a unicorn and is also identified with one of the four elements. This year Skandar Smith will have his unicorn. At least that’s what he wishes with all his heart…

The first part of a trilogy, Skandar and the Flight of the Unicorn is also the first novel by British author AF Steadman. We suppose she made her lessons by devouring the novels of the saga Harry Potter † It’s not for nothing that this literary adventure is presented from the start as that of a new hero of a magical universe, even a 2022 version of the wizard of Hogwarts.

Despite these many similarities between the two magical worlds, however, Skandar manages to make his own way…or his own flight into the hearts of readers!

By sticking their noses into this fantastic work, the reader must be prepared to change their view of a unicorn forever. The unicorns of the Skandar universe are not cute and docile, like the famous white horse of the brave knight of classic fairy tales. They are fierce, bloodthirsty, powerful and deadly.

Action, twists and magic

However, unicorns are paired with their rider and rider from hatching and they will do anything to protect this individual. It’s interesting to see the bond that Skandar develops with his unicorn. As a reader you quickly become attached to it.

Skandar and the Flight of the Unicorn is an action and magic story, where the themes of self-confidence, friendship and fulfillment emerge, as well as family values… and surprising family secrets.

fans of Harry Potter or not, many readers will be charmed and want to fly to this magical island!


Confessions of a Cheerleader T.1: The Selection Camp

Skandar and the Flight of the Unicorn

Cheerleading is not a hobby, it is a way of life. That’s Rosie’s philosophy of life. Passionate about cheerleading, she managed to convince her parents to send her to school, which is home to one of the most famous cheerleading troupes in the country. Rosie has spent summer training for selection camp, but will that be enough to secure one of the team’s 32 spots? A fun and dynamic new series. The author, a former cheerleader, quickly captivates the reader. Little cool bonus: the cheerleading illustrations accompanying the story.

Miville hardware

Skandar and the Flight of the Unicorn

Summer is a great time to tell horror stories, roasted over a campfire between two marshmallows! The highly entertaining Black Collection is back with two new releases including: Miville hardware† On the evening of October 31, Alexis and his cousins ​​have a program of movies and horror stories. Instead of going there with a “classic” session of the Ouija game, they decide to call the old phone number of a hardware store that, according to legend, is haunted by its owner, a murderer… Answering the ghost of Miville ? Will the kids make it out alive? Once again, the Black Collection does not disappoint!

The War of the Offices

Skandar and the Flight of the Unicorn

Immerse yourself in the universe of Star Wars, school version! Michèle has the best primary education teacher in the fourth grade. His whole class agrees! lover of Star Wars, Mr. Olivier has turned his students into real Jedi and his lightsaber battles during intermission are super popular. Then Mr. Olivier has to be absent from school and a whirlwind of substitutes awaits his students. Moe, Michèle and her comrades stage a major uprising, going so far as to barricade their desks! A moving and funny story that tackles in an original and brilliant way the instability that sometimes reigns in schools.

Cool Girls – Puberty in Trust Mode

Skandar and the Flight of the Unicorn

Two female doctors on sex education missions join forces to present this book about puberty. A guide for young teens and teens – and why not their parents – this book covers many topics and, most importantly, without taboos. Breasts, menstruation, sweating, sexual orientation, consent, masturbation, eating disorders; this guide has one mission: to take the complexity out of puberty so that you no longer “suffer” with it, but tame it. Note, however, that since this is a translation, the sources listed at the very end are European organizations.

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