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Xander and the Rainbow-Barfing Unicorns

Magic Smells Awful

Xander Stone didn't believe in unicorns -- until one puked on him! In this adventure, twelve-year-old Xander first meets the Rainbow-Barfing Unicorns -- stinky, zombielike, upchucking creatures from the magical world of Pegasia. They've been banished to Earth for, well, being stinky, zombielike, upchucking creatures. However, Earth presents them with a great danger: HUMANS. Luckily, the dashing, naively heroic Xander vows to protect them and their disgusting secret at all costs.

PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandXander and the Rainbow-Barfing Unicorns
Age Level8-10 Years
Reading LevelGrades 2-4
GenreFantasy & Science Fiction
Trim Size5 1/4 x 7 1/2
Page Count128



Kirkus Reviews

"Manning's premise is so bizarre it works, and Ellis' use of bright, bold colors to highlight the black-and-white spot illustrations amps that premise further, making the journey of these unicorns on Earth a truly hilarious one. . . .A unicorn story with a twist and funny characters who are in for an adventure." - Kirkus Reviews

June 15, 2018

Matthew K. Manning

Matthew K. Manning

The author of the Amazon best-selling hardcover Batman: A Visual History, Matthew K. Manning has contributed to many comic books, including Beware the Batman, Spider-Man Unlimited, Pirates of the Caribbean: Six Sea Shanties, Justice League Adventures, Looney Tunes, and Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? When not writing comics themselves, Manning often authors books about comics, as well as a series of young reader books starring Superman, Batman, and the Flash for Capstone. He currently resides in Asheville, North Carolina with his wife Dorothy and their two daughters, Lillian and Gwendolyn. Visit him online at

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