What is a unicorn? A unicorn is a one-of-a-kind, sparkly, and magical creature that look like a horse with a horn sticking out of its forehead. What happens when a unicorn breaks its horn, will he or she still be accepted? In Stephanie Sorkin’s latest book, “Am I a Unicorn?” readers will learn about one unicorn’s journey of self-acceptance.
It all starts out when a young unicorn wakes up in the morning, rushes downstairs to eat the breakfast that her mother prepared, and trips on a toy. She is horrified to discover that her horn broke! Frantically she tries to fix it because the next day she is supposed to be a special guest at a little girl’s birthday party. Will they believe she is a unicorn if her horn is missing?
The book illustrates the importance of accepting others for who they are on the inside, rather than what they look like on the outside. I love that the book teaches kids to celebrate the differences in people and accept what makes that person unique. Life would be boring if we were all the same, don’t you think?
“Am I a Unicorn” can be found wherever books are sold. If you’d like more information, check out the publisher’s website at www.mascotbooks.com.
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One Real Mom of SFV reader will win “Am I a Unicorn?” written by Stephanie Sorkin and illustrated by Srimalie Bassani. Please enter below for a chance to win.
**Winner will be chosen on December 16, 2020.**
Rules: United States Residents ONLY. One prize per household. One winner will be randomly selected via RaffleCopter and notified via email. Winner must respond within 48 hours to claim the prize or a new winner will be chosen via RaffleCopter. The prize will be fulfilled directly by the sponsor. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Disclosure: No monetary compensation was received for this post. This blog post is for informational purposes. Images shown in this post are used with permission. Thanks to Stephanie Sorkin and Mascot Books for partnering with Real Mom of SFV on this contest. As always, my opinions are 100% my own.