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Oscar the Hungry Unicorn Eats Easter

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Oscar the Hungry Unicorn returns to save Easter in this third hilarious Oscar adventure from Lou Carter, the best-selling author of There Is No Dragon in This Story . It's Easter and the Easter Bunny has put together the most incredible, absolutely fantastic egg hunt. Everyone is excited, but uh-oh... Oscar the Unicorn is hungry! Oscar has eaten the eggs, the baskets, the signs - in fact, he's eaten everything! The Easter Bunny is too tired to hide more eggs, so Oola and rest of the fairytale crew step in to help. But just as the great chocolate egg hunt is about to get underway, some silly pirates accidentally misplace the map to the hidden Easter treats. Can Oscar's keen sense of smell - and his unstoppable hunger - save Easter before it's too late? The third brilliantly funny adventure of Oscar the Hungry Unicorn.

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About Lou Carter

Lou Carter worked as a primary school teacher before turning her hand to writing picture books. She is the author of Pirate Stew and the bestselling There Is No Dragon in This Story. She lives with her family in Cambridge. Find Lou on Twitter @LouCarter240.Nikki Dyson has been illustrating children's book since 2006, as well as creating artwork for Hallmark

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About Nikki Dyson

Nikki grew up in the countryside in a small village called Shrivenham in Oxfordshire. Nikki studied for her illustration degree in Swindon and since graduating in 2006 has illustrated books for children including 1,000 Animals, 1,000 Things to Eat, How to be a Superhero and How to be a Pirate.

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