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Unicorn Thinks He's Pretty Great

by Bob Shea

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Envy turns to admiration and finally to friendship for Goat and Unicorn.

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I absolutely loved this book for several reasons! First, I liked that one of the main characters was a unicorn. Unicorns and other mythical creatures are loved by school-aged children. The main character was a unicorn and I know that would capture and keep children's attention right away. The book pushes readers to think differently about each other's differences. The goat got jealous when the unicorn came to town, but it turned out the unicorn was jealous of the goat and they worked together to accomplish things! The "big picture" of this book is that when you put aside differences and work together, you can accomplish so much. ( )
  cberry6 | Sep 10, 2018 |
So awesome.
"Taste my cloven justice!"
"You've been unicorned!"
  aratiel | Sep 5, 2018 |
Goat is miffed about being outshined by a sparkly newcomer to town, but Unicorn, like many popular people, disarms Goat by being genuinely friendly (and especially enthusiastic about his pizza - goat cheese, of course ("This cheese is fa-tas-tic! So creamy and delicious....Lucky! I can only eat glitter and rainbows. Darn my sensitive stomach!"). The two end up friends once Unicorn admires all the cool things about Goat, and Goat is won over ("You know something, Unicorn? I had a feeling we'd be friends"). ( )
  JennyArch | Apr 9, 2018 |
Such a cute book! The illustrations were simple and fun to look at, the colors made the book vibrant and bold, and the story was silly and super fun to read! Unicorns are a very popular thing right now and I bet this book would be really popular for children between 4-10! ( )
  Saradub | Mar 17, 2018 |
The goat doesn't like how things have been since the unicorn moved in. Everything the goat does is upstaged by what the unicorn does. The goat is very unhappy and doesn't like the unicorn at all. The goat doesn't know how anyone could be friends with the unicorn. One day the unicorn asks to try the goat's cheese pizza and the unicorn loves it. As they begin talking the unicorn starts saying things that it is jealous about the goat. They become fast friends.
  klamproe | Nov 30, 2017 |
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