Primary Genre(s): Children’s Fiction, Picture Book
Published: 7 Sep 2021 by Sourcebooks Jabberwocky
Page count: 32 (print)
My Format: ebook via NetGalley
Do I Recommend: Yes
Commission Link (U.S.): Buy Unicorn Night
My rating: ★★★★★
Unicorns love to prance and dance the day away. But it’s exhausting! Now it’s time for unicorns to brush their manes, fluff their pillows, and sing the unicorn lullaby in this companion to the best-selling Unicorn Day.
Fuzzy jammies, flower beds,
Sweet dreams swirling in our heads,
Neigh, neigh, neigh,
Played all day,
Time to sleep the night away!
Here are my pros and cons for Unicorn Night:
- This is a perfect companion to the book Unicorn Day by the same author.
- The illustrations, by Luke Flowers, are fantastic!
- The simple rhyming text will be appeal to children and they will love (and probably memorize) the lullaby the unicorns sing themselves to sleep with.
- This is a great book for kids to learn about and appreciate a bedtime routine.
This is a charming story and it is a must-have book for all unicorn lovers!
This book is written for readings ages 4 to 8 years old.
Thank you NetGalley and Sourcebooks Jabberwocky for a free eARC of this book, which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily.
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