What’s a frustrated unicorn to do? Dunfer the Dragon has just moved into the cave next door, and Isadorn’s perfect world has been turned upside down.
Not only does he make growling noises all day and night, he’s just burned down her favorite rosebush! Can Isadorn figure out how to talk to Dunfer about her problems? Or will her magical unicorn world be ruined forever?
I received a copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review.
A beautifully illustrated, thoughtfully written picture book for children. The main theme of the story is conflict resolution and finding your voice to express how you feel when someone does something that hurts you.
The story is easy to follow, as are the messages it conveys. There is an information sheet at the end of the book, outlining the story’s main points and how to relate them to problems your children may have.
There are also discussions points for a child to discuss with their adults.
A lovely picture book to read with your children, or for them to read alone if older. The theme of finding your voice is well described with useful pointers to make the process easier.