Unicorn & Horse Are Friends

Unicorn & Horse Are Friends

By David Miles

Illustrated by Holly Mengert

Board Book

16 Pages

Ages 3-5

Familius

Board Book ~ Kindle

Unicorn and Horse are very different. Unicorn likes to eat pink cupcakes; Horse likes to eat hay. Unicorn likes to play ring toss; Horse likes to run races. But despite their differences, Unicorn and Horse are the best of friends. In fact, their differences make their friendship even better! Featuring the characters from the beloved picture book Unicorn (and Horse), this colorful board book teaches the youngest readers how to celebrate differences and build diverse friendships.

My Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

A wonderful story about friendship. In this book we take a look at the massive differences between the two friends. Even through these huge differences between the two they are great friends. Showing children that diversity is something to embrace rather than shine away from. This board book is the perfect size for little hands with durable pages that can stand up to them as well. The illustrations are beautiful capturing the story beautifully.

About The Author/Illustrator

David Miles is the author of Book and has illustrated multiple series including the Slide-N-Seek novelty books and the Let’s Count regional board books. David and his wife and son live in California where they enjoy lots of tacos, donuts, and books.

Hollie Mengert is an illustrator and animator living in Seattle. She loves drawing animals, making people smile with her work, and spending time with her amazingly supportive family and friends.

Huge thanks to Familius for my gifted copy, to get your hands on this book click the link below!

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Have a wonderful Sunday my friends!

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