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This book is so fun and full of color. The message is about having fun and including others even if they are different. It spreads the message that we can have just as much fun or even more when we make friends with all types of people (or creatures in this case). It's just a happy book with vibrant illustrations and a simple rhyming verse that makes it fun to read and easy to listen to. It's a good way to start bigger conversations with young children and also great at surface level to just hold a child's attention even if they don't get the message yet.
I don't think it was anything special. Not really much of a story here. The only interesting thing happening is with horse in the middle and that isn't much of a story either. The pictures and colors are nice though
My 6-yr-old ADORES this book. It has everything a first-grader would want: unicorns, colorful illustrations, easy-to-read rhyme and GLITTER. She loves to read aloud the unicorn song, and I love the beautiful message of inclusion. It's a winner for bedtime -- or ANYtime -- reading for sure!
Bright colors. Unicorns. Glitter. Cupcakes. Parades. This book has it all in bright, fun, colors with a nice little nod to inclusion (while not taking away overly from "fun fun fun" to preach at kids). The illustrations are vibrant with lots of variety and plenty of sound effects. Kids LOVE this book and it's a top favorite in story time. The story lends itself to tons of group interaction and the narration is solid. If you're a librarian, teacher, day care worker, or nanny you'll love this one. Ages 3-8 love it. Yes, even the bigger kids. I've read this to hundreds of kids now and have to keep buying replacement copies because they love reading it so much.