Litercurious Book Review
|Title||My Girly Unicorn|
|Publisher||Newhall Publishing Co (June 7, 2022)|
|Genre||Children’s Fiction, Children’s Fantasy|
|ISBN 10/13||0962743631 / 978-0962743634|
Graduated from the University of Pennsylvania. Former freelance writer for the Philadelphia Bulletin.
Excerpt taken from Amazon.
In a far away land up in the clouds, a herd of young unicorns play and laugh out loud. But one little unicorn so sad and shy, was left all alone when the other unicorns went by. They would not play with the Girly unicorn, she had a great big purple horn. Then one day the clouds turned dark and grey, the rain threatened to wash them all away. The Girly unicorn danced and danced, she chased the clouds away as if by chance. All of the other unicorns were so happy and glad, they hugged the Girly unicorn and she was no longer sad.
A cute book well animated. The colors are bright and the pictures are great for young children. The plot is pretty much Rudolph the Red Nose reindeer adapted for a girly unicorn instead. The story is told through rhyme and is quite short. A good bedtime story for children 2-5 years old.
I would like to thank J. Pedicini, NetGalley and Newhall Publishing Co for affording me the opportunity to review My Girly Unicorn.
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