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Overflowing with cuteness, flooded with charm, and sprinkled with rainbows and pearls, Not Quite Narwhal, by Jessie Sima, is the sweetest story about an undersea unicorn born to a family of narwhals.
One day while swimming, Kelp is swept away, close to land. There he sees a sparkling creature that looks so familiar and sets out to discover the new land ahead of him. They teach him their unicorn ways and talents.
They spend a lovely day together, but Kelp misses home. His narwhal family greets him with happy faces and Kelp shares stories of his adventure. The little guy is torn between two worlds. Does he stay under the sea or return to land? Or just maybe—can he have both?
Not Quite Narwhal, by Jessie Sima. From start to finish this book is adorable, words and pictures. Kelp is a pearl born in a clam shell, precious and perfect. The visual humour is gentle and delightful.
Various themes flow effortlessly throughout—difference, identity, tolerance, unconditional love, kindness, change, and unity despite the separation of worlds, the distance between and contrasting lifestyles.
Uni is a unicorn with a magnificent mane, golden hooves and sparkling purple eyes, who believes that the little girls from stories read are in fact real. Uni dreams of making friends with a REAL girl, so they can run fast through the meadow, spin and twirl in the sunlight, and of course of course of course slide down rainbows.
Their friendship is meant to be—but will they ever meet? There are three ways unicorns get their magic—from the golden sun, magnificent rainbows, and the sparkle of believing. Uni and the little girl determine that the only way to bring sun, rainbows and sparkle back to the land of unicorns is if they believe in each other.
We already know that they do.
Friendship works its magic in both of these treasured reads. The meeting of Uni and the little girl is filled with more sparkle and shimmer than I could have imagined. Two very sweet tales for lovers of unicorns, rainbows and vibrant colours, daydreamer and believers in magic.
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