Unicorns Are Jerks: Coloring and Activity Book by Theo Nicole

Unicorns are back and even bigger jerks than ever.

The coloring book that exposed the cold, hard, sparkly truth is back, this time with more shocking truths about unicorns. With twenty-seven new coloring and activity pages, Unicorns Are Jerks: Coloring and Activity Book is your ultimate guide to the wily ways of our single-horned friends.

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Theo Nicole Lorenz was born in 1985, weighing only six pounds and yelling a lot. Now many pounds larger and holding an MFA in writing from Hamline University, Theo still yells a lot, though mostly at the internet. Theo makes coloring books and sometimes comics in St. Paul, Minnesota.

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