Magical Creatures

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May 31, 2020
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May 31, 2020
The Best of Times?
May 31, 2020
How You Like Dem Shrimp?
May 31, 2020

There’s a fantastic world of stories to discover–and they’re all at your library! Whether you want to read about dragons, magicians, or brave princes and princesses, there is something for everyone at your library.

This summer, the Terrebonne Parish Library will be kicking off its annual Summer Reading Program on June 1st. By reading for just 20 minutes a day, library users of all ages can earn the chance to win big prizes (bikes for kindergarten to sixth grade and Kindle Fire tablets for teens and adults). Be sure to drop by any of the nine library branches or visit to sign up!

In order to get you and your family in the mood to celebrate summer reading, here are a couple of my favorite books about magical creatures. All three books are available through the Terrebonne Parish Library System, and you can reserve a copy today at






You Don’t Want a Unicorn

Written by Ame Dyckman

Illustrated by Liz Climo

You may find yourself in front of a wishing fountain one day with a coin in your hand. You may think that you want to wish for a unicorn. But I warn you, that is a big mistake, a HUGE mistake. Unicorns can be awesome, but it comes with a big price. They are messy, dangerous, and destructive. Trust me, you DON’T want a unicorn.





Tallulah the Tooth Fairy CEO

Written by Dr. Tamara Pizzoli

Illustrated by Federico Fabiani

Tallulah the Tooth Fairy runs one of the largest and most successful organizations for teeth collecting in the world. She divides her time by running her business, training new tooth fairies, and taking care of herself. When one night she finds herself stumped by what she finds under a child’s pillow, she has to use her business savvy to solve the problem.



How to Train Your Dragon: The Heroic Misadventures of Hiccup the Viking

Written and Illustrated by Cressida Cowell

Long ago there were dragons. Dragons everywhere. But now they are disappearing. In order for them not to be completely forgotten, Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III tells his story of finding and training a dragon. It is a story full of extraordinary feats, dangerous daring doing, and many misadventures.


By Naomi Hurtienne Magola, Youth Services Librarian