Author: Diana Murray
Illustrator: Luke Flowers
This book begins by talking about the Unicorn rules that all unicorns must follow. In the middle of the story the unicorns realize that there is an imposter in their neighborhood–a horse with a fake horn. As the horse begins to hang his head and leave, the unicorns decide it is more important to keep their friend, than to make sure everyone is a unicorn. They all return to enjoying themselves and following rule number 3–having fun!
This is a sweet, fun book that can help reinforce one of the earliest phonological skills: rhyming. Using a book with characters children love and being able to talk about words that rhyme is a win-win for everyone. The illustrations will also grab the attention of children. There is so much to look at within the illustrations, kids will love picking out the details of this story. This is a vibrant story with a good message that all children can enjoy.
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Kristy Genung is a sister, aunt, friend teacher and forever student. She has been teaching elementary school since 2009 and is currently teaching Kindergarten in Central Virginia.
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