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Claire and the Unicorn Happy Ever After

by B. G. Hennessy

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This book is about a girl named Claire who asks her dad, after he finishes reading her a fairy tale, what makes someone happy ever after. He responds that it is a good question and that she should think about it and let him know in the morning what she thinks. Claire then goes on an amazing adventure with her toy unicorn in her dreams where she visits many fairy tale characters and asks them what they think and they all have different answers. The next morning Claire tells her dad that it depends on what makes you happy.
This is a good example of a fantasy book because there is a talking unicorn in it. It is also believable, holds together, and asks life questions about happiness. The message of this book and the plot were both very good but the style of writing the author used was not very good in my opinion. It felt a little choppy. I think there were too many he said, she said that were back to back.
  bjacobsen15 | Jan 24, 2017 |
This is the story of a young girl named claire who takes an adventure in her dream. She goes on her adventure with her unicorn in search of what makes fairy tales so happily ever after. She visits all the different fairy tale characters and asks them all the same question, "What makes you happy?" She then wakes up from her dream and asks her father the same question. He tells her that different things make different people happy and that is what makes each person unique. ( )
  Emilysill | Nov 27, 2015 |
Clair and the Unicorn Happy Ever After is a story about a little girl who contemplates what makes people happy forever after her father reads her a bedtime story. Claire, the little girl, searches for her answer in the realms of her dreams with her now live unicorn, Capricorn, only to discover that there is no one answer to people's happiness. Claire and the Unicorn Happy Ever After is beautifully written, with literary allusions that most children would understand, and artwork that follows its audience throughout the book. ( )
  ksager | Sep 2, 2014 |
Claire gets a bed time story read to her every night that ends with "They lived happily ever after." So one night Claire wonders what is it that makes someone happily ever after? She dreams about asking a frog prince, princess, fairy, well, etc. She realizes that everyone's answer is different and that only you (yourself) knows what makes you happy. This is a great story for all of the little girls who wonder what happily ever after means. Great book. ( )
  acreel | Aug 31, 2014 |
A great book for class discussion about the concept of happily ever after. ( )
  rrobinson2 | Nov 20, 2013 |
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One night, Claire and her toy unicorn, Capricorn, journey to a magical land filled with characters from fairy tales to find out what makes someone live "happy ever after."

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