Pacey Packer: Unicorn Tracker

Pacey Packer: Unicorn Tracker Review

Pacey's little sister, Mina, has always said her stuffed unicorn, Slasher, is real--but seriously? He's a stuffed toy! Then again, he does seem to be leading Mina outside her room and to . . . some kind of weird magical unicorn land? Pacey may not believe in unicorns, but she's not about to let her little sister be kidnapped, so she does the only thing she can: follows them to unicorn land (that she totally does NOT believe in). And for the record, it's NOTHING like the stories. First off, what's up with Slasher's attitude? It's not Pacey's fault he's trapped in a ridiculous stuffed body. And that Alpha Unicorn guy? NOT. Nice. Pacey will just be grabbing Mina and taking her home, thankyouverymuch . . . that is, if she can work with the grumpiest unicorn stuffy ever to outsmart the Evil Alpha Unicorn and find the way out--preferably without stepping on any poisonous killer flowers. (WHAT IS WITH THIS PLACE ANYWAY?!)

Title:Pacey Packer: Unicorn Tracker
Edition Language:English

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    Pacey Packer: Unicorn Tracker Reviews

  • Theediscerning

    A brisk bit of fun for brisk, fun youngsters. Pacey, the weirdly-named heroine, is being made a bit crabby by the younger sister she's been forced to babysit, but when she sees the kid being taken out...

  • Barbara

    This one is a 3.5 for me, and I predict it will be a big hit with its intended audience. With cartoon panels filled primarily with various shades of purple and white, this graphic novel features a kic...

  • Annamarie Carlson (she, her)

    Pacey Packer dreams of adventure, but she is stuck babysitting her little sister, Mina, and being wrangled into tea parties. Pacey turns her back for just one minute, and when she turns around, her si...

  • Destiny Henderson

    A pleasant surprise! The opening starts with Pacey trying to be a responsible babysitter to her younger sister Mina. Mina is obsessed with unicorns and tea parties and just wants to have fun. It is no...

  • Agatha  Gavaldon

    Pacey Packer is filled with fun and adventure. The art style is also really engaging, it’s black, white and purple color scheme really adds something extra to the story. Slasher reminds me of Grumpy...

  • Lisa Yee Swope

    We all know unicorns are awesome. Unicorns are grand! In fact, unicorns are the niftiest animals to roam throughout the land. But those fun fuzzy plushie unicorns that you let into your home and your ...

  • C S

    Okay......This book was surprisingly good for being about unicorns. I'm not saying I don't like unicorns. I love unicorns. But books about unicorns are usually... how do I put this? Cutesy. "Girly". L...

  • Mario Vilche

    I found this book on goodwill and it caught my attention that it was a "not for sale copy" I liked the book for my step- daughter so I read it myself before handing it out to her. I believe in less th...

  • Katie Lawrence

    Super clever! I love the concept of a stuffed unicorn being a real unicorn in exile. Mina and Pacey are believable sisters and a good team too. I enjoyed Pacey's sarcastic personality and Slasher remi...

  • Michelle

    What a delightful surprise! I found this gem while browsing my closest chain bookstore. It's funny, suspenseful, and has messages about family and forgiveness. I think my students will love it. The ar...