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Bob Is a Unicorn by Michelle Nelson-Schmidt
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Bob Is a Unicorn

by Michelle Nelson-Schmidt

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Genre: Fantasy
Medium: Marker, computer
Age Appropriateness (Primary, Intermediate, Middle School): Primary
Review/Critique: This book was about an elephant using his imagination pretending to be a unicorn. The book is mostly dialogue between the elephant (unicorn) and other animals that are too busy for him. I would consider this book traditional fantasy because it has the main characteristics,. The book requires imagination but is still realistic but easy to follow, the characters also talk which only happens in fantasy books.
Comments on Use: I would use this book to talk with younger kids about being nice to each other, friendships, and the freedom of expression. ( )
  khadijab | Feb 8, 2017 |
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Celebrate with Bob the importance of imagination and the importance of always believing in yourself.

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