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Unicorn Board Book

Authenticity Collection

Unicorn Board Book
Unicorn Board Book
Regular price $ 9.99

Teach little ones the importance of staying true to themselves with Unicorn’s interactive story that promotes authenticity. Through bravery and embracing her true self, Unicorn learns how to let her light shine.

This interactive routine promotes:
Authenticity
Bravery
Friendship

 

 

The Unicorn board book measures 5" wide by 7" tall and features 12 fully illustrated pages. 

To preview Unicorn's story and download the free PDF, click HERE.

Unicorn was born to a well-known black stallion and a beautiful white mare. With a horn on her head, she has never seen another creature like herself in the world. Sometimes this makes her feel out of place, so her parents often remind her how proud they are of their special and beautiful daughter. Even then, Unicorn questions if she is really a horse since she looks so different from her mom and dad.

Unsure of herself, Unicorn worries about fitting in. The pressure she feels to make a name for herself in the same way her parents have only makes her feel more anxious. Unicorn thinks she would be happier if she could blend in with a crowd, so she lets her zebra friends give her a makeover to look like them. Once she sees her reflection, however, she realizes she is one-of-a-kind and bravely decides to be her true self.
 

DESCRIPTION

Teach little ones the importance of staying true to themselves with Unicorn’s interactive story that promotes authenticity. Through bravery and embracing her true self, Unicorn learns how to let her light shine.

This interactive routine promotes:
Authenticity
Bravery
Friendship

 

 

SPECS

The Unicorn board book measures 5" wide by 7" tall and features 12 fully illustrated pages. 

To preview Unicorn's story and download the free PDF, click HERE.

ABOUT

Unicorn was born to a well-known black stallion and a beautiful white mare. With a horn on her head, she has never seen another creature like herself in the world. Sometimes this makes her feel out of place, so her parents often remind her how proud they are of their special and beautiful daughter. Even then, Unicorn questions if she is really a horse since she looks so different from her mom and dad.

Unsure of herself, Unicorn worries about fitting in. The pressure she feels to make a name for herself in the same way her parents have only makes her feel more anxious. Unicorn thinks she would be happier if she could blend in with a crowd, so she lets her zebra friends give her a makeover to look like them. Once she sees her reflection, however, she realizes she is one-of-a-kind and bravely decides to be her true self.
 

Promotes

Authenticity
Bravery
Friendship

Skill Building

Designed by a therapist and educator, each collection supports important emotional skills