I had the pleasure of meeting the author of this new book, Little Unicorn Learns Unique, in a group I am apart of on Facebook. It’s an amazing children’s book/author/illustrator group that I love being a part of.
I saw a post asking for people to be a part of this launch party for this book and for the author, Arlene Pazmino. I had never been a part of a launch part before, so I jumped on this opportunity. I received a free copy of the book that Arlene recorded herself reading and I played it for my daughters.
We listened to the story, and it spoke volumes. Beautifully written, cute illustrations, and an amazing lesson behind the sweet story. It is an amazing book.
A little unicorn is scared that she won’t make friends at her new school, but her mom knows exactly what to say to help quiet her little one’s fears. Her mom teaches her daughter the meaning of unique and how she is unique just like everyone else is in their own way. She teaches her that it is her uniqueness that makes her special just like everyone else is special because they are unique.
Her mom’s words are what every little boy and girl need to hear. We know that most kids if not all, have their fears, doubts, and uncertainties when they start school. Will they make friends? Will the other kids like them? Will the teacher like them? Will the others laugh at them?
It is a very stressful time when you first start school, whether it is in Pre-K or 3rd grade or even High School. We adults have gone through it and now our children are going through it. This book is a great read right before your little one starts school. We always have advice to give our babies, but sometimes we need a little help. This book is perfect for that.
A sweet read with beautiful illustrations. This is a must have for your household. I also think it will make a wonderful gift for any child in your life.
If you’d like to learn more about the book and about the new amazing author, Arlene Pazmino, I have a link to the Amazon page for the book, Little Unicorn Learns Unique. I hope you enjoy it as much as I and my daughters did.