Pip Bartlett's Guide to Unicorn Training

Pip Bartlett s Guide to Unicorn Training From bestselling authors Maggie Stiefvater and Jackson Pearce comes the second installment in a series bursting with magical creatures whimsical adventures and quirky illustrations Now that the myst

  • Title: Pip Bartlett's Guide to Unicorn Training
  • Author: Jackson Pearce Maggie Stiefvater
  • ISBN: 9780545709293
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From bestselling authors Maggie Stiefvater and Jackson Pearce comes the second installment in a series bursting with magical creatures, whimsical adventures, and quirky illustrations.Now that the mystery of the exploding Fuzzles has been solved, it s up to Pip and Tomas to save their town from another magical troublemaker the Unicorn.

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    • Jackson Pearce Maggie Stiefvater

      I am not very active on this is largely a placeholder account Therefore, I do not read mail If you want to get in touch with me, please go here CONTACT ME Jackson Pearce currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with a slightly cross eyed cat and a lot of secondhand furniture She recently graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in English and a minor in Philosophy and currently works for a software company even though she auditioned for the circus she juggled and twirled fire batons, but they still didn t want her Other jobs she s had include obituaries writer, biker bar waitress, and receptionist.Jackson began writing when she got angry that the school librarian couldn t tell her of a book that contained a smart girl, horses, baby animals, and magic Her solution was to write the book herself when she was twelve Her parents thought it was cute at first, but have grown steadily concerned for her ever since.

    475 thoughts on “Pip Bartlett's Guide to Unicorn Training

    • I’m so into these Pip Bartlett books. It’s such a fun n series. This one is like the 4H fair for magical creatures with a mystery to be solved of course! We have a Regent Maximus in all his terrified grandeur entered in the Triple Trident Unicorn Competition and this time he’s showing all the baby unicorns his tips on everyday survival. That’s not all though. There is a unicorn tail thief on the loose so it’s up to Pip and Tomás to figure out who the culprit is before Regent Maximus h [...]

    • This was very good–not my favorite book ever, but some parts were so funny that I accidentally must give it a full five stars. So, yes, this book can consider itself appreciated.

    • In which we go to the COUNTY FAIR. Magical version. I totally loved all the magical creatures. Especially the police with the sea slug. And also the baby unicorns.

    • Einhornzähmen leicht gemacht ist der zweite Band der Reihe Pip Bartlett und die magischen Tiere. Man kann die Bücher auch unabhängig voneinander lesen, da man für Band 2 kaum Vorwissen braucht. Aber ich würde euch empfehlen, auch Band eins zu lesen, da er genauso süß und witzig ist wie Band zwei.Das Design ist wieder richtig toll. Das Cover hat den gleichen Stil wie Band eins. Die Seiten haben dieses Mal passend zur Coverfarbe Pinke Elemente, richtig toll. Außerdem gibt es wieder ganz vi [...]

    • Mhhhh ich bin ein großer Fan von Jackson Pearce und der erste Band der Pip Bartlett Reihe hat mir auch sehr gut gefallen. Und obwohl es im Folgeband ausschließlich um Einhörner ging, hatte ich irgendwie das Gefühl etwas den Faden zu verlieren. Ich sage das echt selten - auch bei Kinderbüchern - aber hier kam ich mir doch zu alt für die Story vor. Pip und ihre Freunde waren ganz okay, die Idee recht niedlich, aber es kam irgendwie keine Spannung auf und ich habe das Buch leider nur weg gel [...]

    • I absolutely adore this series from Pearce and Stiefvater- they make a great team and the books are so cute and fun. They clearly have a good time coming up with the different magical creatures in this world they've created. Pip and Tomas have yet another mystery to solve this time around- trying to figure out who is cutting off unicorn tails from all the show unicorns. I still particularly enjoy whenever Regent Maximus is on the page; his scenes never fail to make me laugh. While I didn't get t [...]

    • Pip Bartlett’s Guide to Unicorn TrainingJackson Pearce and Maggie StiefvaterIllustrated by Maggie Stiefvater Pip Bartlett is spending the summer with her Aunt Emma at the Cloverton Clinic for Magical Creatures. She loves talking with the animals, though no-one else realizes she understands what the animals are saying. Aunt Emma and her daughter, Callie, and Pip are going to the Triple Trident magical animal show and their neighbor, Tomas, is going with them. Tomas is allergic to just about eve [...]

    • This is the second book in the Pip Bartlett series. The first book being Pip Bartlett’s Guide to Magical Creatures. In this book, we are never told how Pip is able to talk to Magical Creatures or why there are Magical Creatures to begin with. Was this noted in the first book? Perhaps, but maybe we should not worry how or why and just enjoy the fact that unicorns and griffins DO exist, as does the Greater Rainbow Minx, and Gimmerbeasts. In case you do not know, Glimmer beasts have the ability t [...]

    • Well, that was fun. Besides being a fairly adorable second installment, this book also has the distinction of having me laugh out loud. It really doesn't happen too often that I laugh aloud at a book, so I appreciated it. Granted, I could have done without someone of the bathroom humor, but all those jokes aside, it really was amusing.Even though the book centers around unicorns, reader's get the scoop on a bunch of newly imagined magical creatures. This a book that satirizes cliches while simul [...]

    • in the second installment of pip Bartlett's adventures, she's attending a state fair/ magical animal competition where the main attraction is the triple trident - for show unicorns. I possibly liked this one even more than the first one? It was absolutely delightful as she met more animals, had a major mystery to solve and helped her friends, including the incredibly nervous unicorn to be brave and to get Tomas a rock shine as a pet. the one thing I missed in this one was the pictures. I assume [...]

    • I LOVE this series. As someone who works with animals, it's great to see a series that is teaching kids what we call "animal sense," things like when Pip checks that the startled unicorn she's with isn't going to rush the door when she opens it for someone else and paying attention to what works best for that specific species or individual and using that knowledge to set them up for success. Pip is a great role model for how to treat animals. The book is peppered with subtle good advice about ho [...]

    • 12/24/2017 ~~ Pip Bartlett is going to the Triple Trident Unicorn Competition! Think the 4-H County Fair but with magical creatures: unicorns, glimmerbeasts, dillopods, etc. Will she be able to train the biggest scaredy-horn unicorn, Regent Maximus, in time for him to successfully compete? Will she solve the mystery of who's sabotaging the other unicorns? Will she be able to help her friend find a magical beast that he's not allergic to? Give this to unicorn-crazy readers, fans of the Shelter Pe [...]

    • I think I may have enjoyed this volume even more than the first. Pip is a fun narrator (though I kept forgetting she's a girl, maybe because I'm reading Return of the King to one of my kiddos right now and have Pippin stuck in my head) and the supporting characters are fun, as well. Regent Maximus is a total goofball and his interactions with the baby unicorns are priceless. I have a third grader who has been pestering me to finish this book so I can add it to the collection and she can read it, [...]

    • Pip, Tomas, and Regent Maximus are back in a second entry in the Pip Bartlett series. Regent Maximus had me laughing out loud even more in this book than in the last--I have been shouting "angry eyes!" at my husband ever since we listened to the book in the car this weekend. The reader is just as good as in the first book--she has a great Pip voice!

    • Especially for two authors who usually write rather dark books for older readers, Pearce and Stiefvater really are masters at charming, hilarious, big-hearted Middle Grade. The story is entertaining all the way through, and I was especially thrilled to see the skittish return of Regent Maximus, paranoid highlight of the first installment.

    • 3.5 stars The best words to describe this book are cute and hilarious. I lost count how many times I laughed and said aww (baby Unicorn pen! (as in animal pen, not pencil)). Can't wait to read the next sequel in the series!

    • I love these books!!! I found this book highly entertaining. If you are not listening to the audio book you are doing yourself a disservice. I've recommended this series to all my friends for them to give to the children in their lives.

    • A cute story for kids. The magical creatures were funny - the authors were creative with their abilities and temperaments.

    • Creative story and light reading for mid to upper elementary aged kids. This was a read aloud with my son.

    • Extremely cute series. I love the mix of humor. We listened to this as a family on a road trip and the kids thought it was hilarious.

    • Appropriate for: age 11+I LOVE these books! They make me LOL, which is very hard to do. They also have a good message.

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