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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
A family of Unicorns lived in a giant mushroom. It was located on the magical hillside of Fairy Cornville. Papa Unicorn loved reading when he was not working and Mama Unicorn baked the best cookies and donuts. Their daughter Uwi Unicorn loved donuts. There was a knock on the door when Mama Unicorn was brushing Uwi's hair for bed. It was Postmaster Bob with a letter stamped with a gold seal. It was addressed to Uwi and it was an invitation for the Princess's birthday party and it was a Donut Party. Uwi was thrilled. But all her clothes were worn, stained, or ripped, and they had no money to buy new clothes. They knew there would be a solution for their problems and they so just stopped, inhaled, exhaled, and thought. They gathered some of Uwi's clothes and put them together to make a beautiful dress. Let's join Uwi at the party and see what happens there.
Uwi Unicorn: A Story About Problem Solving (Coping With Fussy and Frustrated Feelings) by Karlene J. Froling is an adorable story that teaches children how to solve problems by finding solutions instead of getting frustrated. 'Where there's a problem, there is usually a solution.' Stop. Inhale. Exhale. Think. The book also has some 'woobacaloobi' moments which can be discussed with children at home and in classrooms. This story is a good way for educators to teach their students how to face problems and overcome these calmly. The illustrations are as cute as Uwi and make the story breezy and captivating to young readers.