A sheep wishes for a horn like his unicorn friend has, but it costs him more than he can bear.
|Statement||written by Stephen Cosgrove ; illustrated by Robin James.|
|Contributions||James, Robin, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.C8187 Mp 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||84015054|
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. One day Yew comes to Morgan and shares his feelings. Because Morgan loves Yew so, he offers the one thing he has Yew feels would make himself beautiful. Yet as a result he must say good-by to Morgan. Yew misses Morgan so much, he realizes he loves his friend so much more than how he appears to himself. Love abounds in the end!5/5(4). This one is about Morgan and Yew, who are best friends, even though Morgan is a unicorn and Yew is a sheep. The only problem: Yew doesn't feel special enough to be friends with a unicorn. He wants a horn of his own so badly that Morgan finally agrees to /5(4). After crying of guilt and loneliness all night long, Yew pleads with the Morning Star to restore things to normal. After Morgan comes back to him and the horn is returned to the unicorn, the two friends play together forever and Yew never again envies his best friend. Even very young children "get" the message in /5(14).
Yew, a plain little sheep, is jealous of his friend Morgan, a majestic unicorn with a magical horn. Yew wishes on the morning star that he could have Morgan's beautiful horn. But after his wish comes true, Yew realizes that looks don't mean anything compared to the love of a friend. Hello & welcome to Ember's Reading Room. Where I revisit childhood classics & include some commentary from an adult perspective. In this episode we read Morgan and Yew by Stephen Cosgrove. Book. Editions for Morgan and Yew: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ). Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Serendipity: Morgan and Yew by Stephen Cosgrove (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!5/5(2).
This one is about Morgan and Yew, who are best friends, even though Morgan is a unicorn and Yew is a sheep. The only problem: Yew doesn't feel special enough to be friends with a unicorn. He wants a horn of his own so badly that Morgan finally agrees to take him to the Morning Star to make his request/5(4). Morgan and Yew by Stephen Cosgrove. I loved the Serendipity book series as a kid. Serendipity Books were amazing. I read this when I was a kid, then bought a new copy for my baby cousin Morgan Morgan and Yew,have never read this one,really want to! Buttermilk bunny was my favorite. I still refer to every bunny as Buttermilk! Book Wizard; Morgan And Yew. By Robin James, Stephen Cosgrove. Grades. O. Genre. Fiction. A sheep wishes for a horn like his unicorn friend has, but it costs him more than he can bear. A sheep wishes for a horn like his unicorn friend has, but it costs him more than he can bear. SAVE TO LIST. From Reader Review Morgan and Yew for online ebook. jacky says. I had to wait a tad longer than usual at the doctor's today and to my surprise when I sat down this book was.