If you read and enjoyed Arial the Astronaut By Mary Nhin with illustrations by Jelena Stupar then take a chance to read Lil’ Metal Horn Unicorns by Sybrina Durant and Sandi Johnson with artwork by Enrique Vignolo. You might just love it.
Arial The Astronaut
By Mary Nhin
Arial the Unicorn flies to space, but on the way back to Earth something terrible happens. Will she be able to think quick on her feet and get her and the crew back safely?
Find out in this beautifully illustrated space book for kids that inspires children to stay calm and empowers kids to problem solve. Sometimes, the solutions may lie right at your fingertips.
The Best Space Book for Kids
Promotes problem-solving, encourages focus, and supports STEEM (science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship, and mathematics), and encourages out of the box thinking. This book will compliment a collection of titles from authors like Mo Willems (The Pigeon Has to Go to School), Dr Suess (There’s No Place Like Space), and Diane Alber (Never Let a Unicorn Scribble).
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Lil’ Metal Horn Unicorns
By Sybrina Durant and Sandi Johnson
This book is about the Lil’ Metal Horn Unicorn Babies And Metals!
As you read the story, look for the big, shiny gold stars. The Gold Stars indicate the metal of each unicorn’s horn plus an every day object made from that metal. The different metals are tin, copper, silver, gold, brass, nickel, aluminum, iron, steel, zinc and lead.
That’s A Lot Of Metal!
This story is also about one more little unicorn who is very different from the others. His name is Blue. He may not be like the rest of his tribe but he will not let that affect who he is now or who he will grow up to be.
Read the book to learn more about the blue unicorn and his magical Metal Horn Unicorn Tribe.This story is recommended for ages 4 to 8. It was created to help lil’ children learn about metals in a fun way
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Find these and lots of other unicorn books for Little Kids at Sybrina’s Unicorn Book Store.