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Yes—Save my other items for later. At least now I know what to look for. Incidentally, the Mighty Highty Tighty, upon seeing that all the little kids looked like regular kids and not squares, had a hissy fit and threw himself off his reviewing balcony and that was the end of that!! Zilpha Keatley Snyder, Season of Ponies. This may be Season of Ponies. A a girl is given an amulet?
She meets a mysterious boy Ponyboy who refuses to exchange names and calls her "girl". Jane Yolen, The Transfigured Hart. I can't my copy so I can't be sure, but this rings a bell. If memory serves, the main character is desperate to find a unicorn in the woods, waits and waits for one to appear and believes it does. There's another character, a boy - they don't trust each other at all at first, eventually form a relationship. The unicorn may or may not be a hart Peter Beagle, The Last Unicorn. Just a thought.
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Could this be The Last Unicorn? The reader's description doesn't sound even remotely like The Last Unicorn. There are no children in TLU, and the plot is different in every detail. Could be The Little White Horse which turns out be to a unicorn , about an orphan Maria Merryweather - see a book report here. Fantastic site that I stumbled across today and has already helped me re-discover some long-lost, much treasured childhood classics! Thank you! This stumper is ringing bells with me, but I can't for the life of me remember the name of the book or the author.
Read it many times back in the early 80s, a blue paperback with a unicorn on the cover in white rays of light. Something to do with a lost? A girl goes on holiday to a seaside resort and befriends a boy who is being bullied by local boys, they discover a unicorn trapped in ice?
Hope this rather random memory helps someone! Neither threats nor Bermuda hurricanes stop the tantalizing search for the "Lost Vermeer. Clayton, The Blue Grotto, So uncommon are they that often the fiction and essays within were never printed anywhere else let alone in book form. Can't find it listed anywhere else!
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Nesbit, The Enchanted Castle. In this book a group of children bring a garden of statues to life with I think a magic ring. Nesbit, The Enchanted Castle, The children in E. Nesbit's "Enchanted Castle" -- Gerald, Cathy aka Puss Cat or Scratch Cat and Jimmy -- come across a girl with a magic ring that gets them into all sorts of mis adventures. At one point, Cathy turns into one of the statues that come alive at night in the castle's magic garden. A pencil comes into play in a couple of instances, most strikingly when the person using the pencil is invisible.
I'm not sure if I'm right on this one, but if I am, your mother is remiss -- this was a National Book Award winner not to mention an extremely famous author. When Nina first sees her in the French Museum, she senses there is something unreal about the strange, beautiful girl. And she will have to travel back through time, back to France and the court of the stone children…" E. I remember this too, but I can't think of the title. I'm fairly sure it was one of the many books written by E.
Nesbit, but a search didn't bring up a title and description that fit. And her books are old and sometimes hard to find I think she died in the s. If it is the same book I'm remembering, the author used the phrase "in their marble" to describe how the statues were alive but still made of stone - as in, they were moving "in their marble".
And yes, they were in some kind of elaborate garden. The Stone Garden. I seem to recall this title, but I don't remember any other details.
I've read all the books listed, but the clue doesn't quite fit any of them. Nesbit "book" actually a short story is "Man-Size in Marble" and is creepy as all get-out. Enchanted Castle seems closest, though. Digory and Polly meet and become friends one cold, wet summer in London. Their lives burst into adventure when Digory's Uncle Andrew, who thinks he is a magician, sends them hurling to…somewhere else. I agree with the solution of The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe for this stumper because I think Edmund scribbles a mustache with a pencil on one of the stone statues a lion, thinking it is Aslan?
Catherine Storr, Marianne's dream. Could it be Marianne's Dream? Marianne is sick in bed and finds a pencil to draw with. She draws a garden, house and boy and that night dreams about him. It was also a tv programme in the 70's. Quite frightening as the stones around the house come to life! Leland B. This sounds like a book my mother still has. It is a compilation, not written by Richard Scarry which could be why you haven't found it.
The first story is about a monkey who gets stung by a bee.