Unicorn for a Day: Another Phoebe and Her Unicorn Adventure (Volume 18)
In Unicorn for a Day, human Phoebe Howell and her unicorn friend Marigold Heavenly Nostrils both find their lives challenging but believe the other’s is easy. So, what would happen if Phoebe and Marigold trade lives for a day? The result is hilarious.
When Marigold struggles to learn to hold a pencil, she discovers Phoebe’s life can be tricky. Between getting her horn stuck in a tree and turning the sky plaid with a failed muffin spell, Phoebe learns being Marigold is difficult. With this spell the friends find out that sometimes, it is easier in your own life.
Just like the seventeen books before it, which don’t need to be read in order, Unicorn for a Day is never dull. With each perfectly illustrated, magical moment, you are carried into another world with Dana Simpson’s masterful work. This would be a great book for children five plus but not a good book for reading out loud. I recommend this book to libraries and homes for reading for fun.
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