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Get the first Uni book, AND this one (the sequel). I'm always looking for books that tell a story with a real plot, and that illustrate spiritual virtues. These books do it all, in a gentle and subtle way. To be honest, I was worried the illustrations would be too cartoonish, but they are not. The colors are clear and bright, there is a lot of interest and movement on the pages, and most of all my granddaughters love these stories.
I was expecting a board book, as my first Uni the Unicorn book is a board book. I was assuming this one would match, but I honestly didn't pay much attention, I just got excited when I saw the next one and bought it (my girls LOVE Uni the Unicorn). Really no big deal, just not what I expected, and we have to be careful that baby doesn't get ahold of it like she can the board book. However, it is a GREAT hardcover book and comes with a dust jacket (which I don't understand the purpose of for kids, other than to get ripped or lost), BUT overall, a great and beautiful book, and a cute continuation of the story. Would definitely recommend!
I have a half-sister who is 5, 25 years younger. I got her this one because she loves unicorns like most most girls her age. She was ready to read it immediately. She loved the story. Loved the idea of the unicorns believing in little girls like little girls believe in them. I’ve gotten her every book since I got her the first.
Both of these books are good. The basic message is to believe in the impossible, even when others around you don’t. I do wish the author had picked something other than unicorns to base this around, soothing that actually is possible. My daughter loves unicorns, so she can’t get enough of it, but the book is just ok and I feel could inadvertently be counter-productive. I could be over thinking it a bit, but I’m also one of those lame parents that doesn’t press the idea of Santa Claus.