Unicorn Night is the next book after Unicorn Day. In Unicorn Night, the unicorns must get to sleep because it’s late and they’re tired! They have finished playing a lot, skipping, eating cupcakes, and sliding down rainbows. They have made a mess with glitter and shined their horns. Now that their fun is done, they clean up (good job unicorns!) and start getting ready for bed by brushing their manes, sipping milk, and fluffing their cloud pillows to get comfy. Before they fall asleep though, they realize that they forgot something! This “something” has to be done, so their parents better get to it.
I like Unicorn Night just as I liked Unicorn Day, which I read a couple of years ago. There are certain things that I need to do before bed so that I can fall asleep, too. The things that I have to do are some of the same things as the unicorns, but not the same as the mystery thing. I like that I can read this story on my own, and I like looking at the pictures because they are colorful and glittery! Any kid who likes unicorns will enjoy this story!
|Page Count||32 pages|
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