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Reviewed by Scherry Jenkins for Readers' Favorite
It's not often that I find a children's book with so much appeal. The Little Unicorn is a refreshing, delightful tale of a unicorn who wanders off to an unknown area of the forest and isn't sure if she will ever find her way back home again. The more worried and sad she becomes, the more she loses her sparkle and even the colors in her mane begin to fade. After finding her way back home and seeing her friend, the little fairy, she finds her sparkle again through the power of love and believing in herself. Such a great concept that can be applied to any child's life. And what child doesn't love unicorns and fairies! Numerous small concepts are introduced, like venturing into places she was told not to explore and learning that bad things can happen. I loved when the little fairy tried to console the little unicorn by saying “Don’t worry, we’ll always have each other, and friendship is its own kind of magic.”
Sheri Fink has created a story that young children will love, and parents will love reading it as well. This would be a fantastic bedtime story, leaving the young child with visions of unicorns, rainbows, flowers and all things lovely as they drift off into sleep. And while I'm on the subject of "visions", I must comment on the beautiful, colorful illustrations in this book. Lynx Animation Studios definitely deserves a note of appreciation from this reader. These lovely pictures will certainly make my granddaughter smile. This beautifully written book even made me smile.