Authors > Rachel Morrisroe
Rachel Morrisroe is an inventively original new voice in the world of rhyming picture books. With multiple projects under wraps, Rachel is working with leading picture book talents, including Steven Lenton and Ella Okstad, to bring her hilarious and humorous ideas to life. Rachel is also an abstract artist and sells her work internationally.
Rachel's debut picture book How to Grow a Unicorn is published by Puffin. Illustrated by the astoundingly talented Steven Lenton, this gloriously silly yet heart-warming tale of Sarah and her adventures with a whole load of cheeky, home-grown unicorns is sure to delight young readers everywhere. Originally from Wales, Rachel has lived in Leeds and London and is now settled in Cheshire with her husband, two young children and a very daft dachshund.
The Truth About Yeticorns
A Yeticorn's charging about on the loose!
Bea often tells little fibs when something goes wrong. Fairy-cats wiped mud all over the floor, wild octoponies flooded the bathroom... and lately, a humongous Yeticorn has been charging around, gobbling up her sister Edie's sweets and sneezing confetti everywhere!
But one day, Bea wakes to find that a Yeticorn REALLY has come to stay - and his whippy, trippy tail causes all sorts of problems that she gets the blame for!
Can Bea find the courage to stop fibbing and finally tell the truth?
How to Grow A Dragon
An unexpected delivery of dragodil seeds provides the perfect chance for Sarah and Mr Pottifer to grow helpful dragon pets for their customers - or does it? It turns out that these fiery dragons are not very well-behaved at all... and everything soon spirals into smoke-filled, out-of-control DRAGON CHAOS!
Can Sarah's quick thinking and green fingers save the day?
The Drama Llama
One day a WORRY comes to stay and simply will not go away!
"Whenever he was worried or whenever there was drama,
Alex Allen's brain produced . . .
A living breathing Llama!"
Alex Allen, like lots of children, sometimes worried about things - like dancing badly or getting an answer wrong in class. But unlike lots of children, every time he worries a real-life llama appears! And the more Alex worries, the bigger Llama grows... which starts getting him into all sorts of trouble!
Will Alex ever learn how to control his worries and get rid of this pesky llama?
How to Grow a Unicorn
Welcome to Mr Pottifer's Parlour of Plants: a magical shop with the most surprising plants you'll ever see!
Sarah thinks she's discovered the perfect gift for her garden-loving grandma, but before you can say GARDEN FULL OF UNICORNS, things grow wildly out-of-hand!
Live your own hilarious unicorn fantasy in this rip-roaring, rhyming delight.
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