I LOVE THIS BOOK! OMG UNICORNS! READ IT! I swear I have put this book in the faces of all of my coworkers. I may not have read every picture book in the universe, but I say this with certainty: This is, hands down, the cutest picture book in the universe. Not only is it a faithful and adorable riff on the beloved classic, there is a handy Unicornology Guide for the Unicorn enthusiasts in your life. (Also, you'll notice, the kid in this book about Unicorns is a boy. Take that gender stereotypes.)— Heather
A magical unicorn book for anyone head-over-hooves for unicorns, unicorn horses, or little ponies For all those little lords and ladies who adore unicorns, this book is the bedtime story for them The illustrations are top-notch and beautifully colored. The prose is perfect. Highly recommended. -- The Children's Book Review As night falls in the enchanted forest, the unicorns and their friends gather to get ready for bed. Say goodnight to all the types of unicorns -- the pearly-whites, the foals, the oldens, the fluffies, the jet-blacks, the cuties, and even a unicorn baby -- as well as the wonderful beings who attend them, from rainbows and fairies to baby dragons and, of course, the full moon. Readers who've always wondered about unicorn habits, unicorn food, what a group of unicorns is called, and other unicorn facts will also be captivated by the fun unicorn facts that follow the story. It's a magical, fantasy bedtime story for unicorn lovers young and young-at-heart Grown-up fans of My Little Pony, The Last Unicorn, and Lisa Frank will treasure this book just as much as the new generation of unicornophiles
About the Author
Karla Pearl E. Horne Oceanak is the author of the Aldo Zelnick Comic Novel children's series. Kendra Spanjer, illustrator of the Aldo Zelnick series, wore her beloved unicorn costume every day from the age of 5 until she outgrew it at age 7. Her favorite thing to draw was, is, and will always be unicorns. They both live in Fort Collins, CO.