Uni the Unicorn and the Dream Come True
Random House Books for Young Readers (August 29, 2017)
Age Range: 3 – 7 years
Grade Level: Preschool – 2
Hardcover: 40 pages
Kindle ASIN: B074MH4W4S
Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Brigette Barrager reunite to bring us a sparkly, magical sequel to Uni the Unicorn!
The Land of Unicorns is in trouble — it has been raining and raining for what seems like forever. This is a big problem because there are only three ways that unicorns can get their magic: from the golden sun, from magnificent rainbows, and from the sparkle of believing.
Luckily, Uni the Unicorn has always always always believed…that little girls are REAL. Join this very special unicorn and the little girl who believes right back as they finally meet and work together to save a magical land and all who live there!
Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Brigette Barrager reunite to revive this world glowing with possibility and hope that is the stuff of childhood fantasies.
The 1st book in the series Uni the Unicorn was a big hit around here. In fact, since its release I have given the book as gifts for baby showers, birthdays and Christmas. When I learned that there was a new Uni book being released I was very excited to review it.
The first thing you notice about the book is the impressive illustrations starting on the cover and continuing throughout the book. They draw children and adults right into the story.
When we enter the Land of the Unicorns it has been raining for days. No sunshine, no rainbows, no magic. Uni believes a little girl (because little girls are real) can make the rain go away. A cute little blonde girl that could be my granddaughter may be just the thing. What happens when they make the same wish at the same time? Well, you have to read the book. It really is a delightful story.
The age range of 3 – 7 is correct. A read to them story until they can start reading it to us. Those are the best stories. I am positive one little blonde girl is going to love this story when she comes to visit. The book will again make a nice gift for a child too with Christmas fast approaching.
You can find out book about Amy Krouse Rosenthal and her books here.
Find out more about Brigette Barrager and her illustrations here.
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