Uni the Unicorn for early readers! Another exciting Step 2 adventure for children who can't get enough of Uni and friends!
Watching birds soar through the sky makes Uni want to fly! When Uni befriends a winged horse named Pegasus, it seems like flying might be possible. Uni's magic unicorn horn is good for helping others but it cannot make wings. Peg coaches Uni's creative attempts to make a set of wings. And it turns out that Uni can do some things Peg cannot do!
Fans of the picture books, as well as new Uni fans, will be excited to join this bighearted unicorn and friends on a new adventure of learning about caring for another and friendship.
Look for all the Uni stories, including Uni the Unicorn Bakes a Cake; Uni the Unicorn Goes to School; Uni's First Sleepover and more!
Step 2 Readers use basic vocabulary and short sentences to tell simple stories. They are perfect for children who recognize familiar words and can sound out new words with help.
PreS-Gr 2--While sitting around watching birds fly above her, Uni the Unicorn meets a young bird who is too afraid to fly. Trying to convince the bird to just flap his wings, Pegasus (Peg for short) flies on over. Uni wishes she had wings just like Peg; after trying various wings, Uni uses leaves, sap, and sticks--and she is able to get a little air! Unfortunately, she flies into a tree, knocking the little bird out. More worried about the bird, Uni saves him with her unicorn magic before checking in on herself. This leads to Uni learning that maybe she can't fly, but she can make a few good friends. This early reader is one in a series centered around Uni. As a Step 2 book, it accurately provides short and simple sentences, while engaging young readers in a sweet story. It also uses a mix of familiar words and less common ones. The art is bright and appealing. Beyond this, the illustrations match the text well and help readers decode what is happening in the story. VERDICT Overall, a good addition to early reader collections to appeal to young patrons and help them improve their reading skills.--Sarah WestCopyright 2022 School Library Journal, LLC Used with permission.