Abby and the Unicorn

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Pub Date Apr 01 2024 | Archive Date Mar 30 2024

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Sometimes what you need most was inside you all along.

When Orphan Abby meets Unicorn Zoe on the edge of the Silver Leaf Forest, she learns that Zoe's sister was stolen as a baby. Over the years, Zoe's parents became sadder and sadder, and they started to sleep for longer and longer, so if Zoe doesn't find her missing sister soon, her parents will never wake up again!

But when the good witch Glenda says that Zoe can only find her sister if she and Abby first find courage, kindness, and love, Abby and Zoe must work hard to finish their quest in time to save Zoe's parents.

Sometimes what you need most was inside you all along.

When Orphan Abby meets Unicorn Zoe on the edge of the Silver Leaf Forest, she learns that Zoe's sister was stolen as a baby. Over the years...

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Abby and the Unicorn is a cute children’s tale that combines elements of friendship, bravery, and magic. As Abby and Unicorn Zoe embark on their quest to find Zoe's missing sister, readers are treated to a charming story filled with adventure and hope. What I enjoyed most about this book is its message of courage, kindness, and love, which resonates throughout the pages. From the lush setting of the Silver Leaf Forest to the endearing characters, every aspect of this story captivated me from start to finish. Abby and the Unicorn is a delightful read that reminds us of the power of friendship and the magic that lies within us all.

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Hey, fantasy fans! Are you ready to embark on an enchanting adventure filled with unicorns, witches, and magical quests? Then grab your wands and saddle up, because Abby and the Unicorn is about to take you on a wild ride through the Silver Leaf Forest! Picture this: a plucky orphan girl, a wise unicorn, and a race against time to save Zoe's parents from an eternal slumber. But there's a catch—Abby and Zoe must first find courage, kindness, and love if they hope to succeed. With heart-pounding action, heartwarming friendships, and a sprinkle of magic, this book has it all. So what are you waiting for? Join Abby and Zoe on their quest and discover the power of bravery and friendship in Abby and the Unicorn today!

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Thank you NetGalley for this copy! I enjoyed reading this story to my daughter. It has a good message and great illustrations to go along with it!

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This book was so cute! It kind of gave off unicorns meet wizard of oz with the good witch bad witch. I love children’s books that teach kindness as well. Thank you Netgalley for the ARC copy

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A fun sweet story about adventure and family. The illustrations were beautiful. Loved the friendship betrrrn Abby and the unicorn.

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Cute story about friendship, family, courage and being helpful.
The illustrations are great.

Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this arc.

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"Abby and the Unicorn" by Cassie Fletcher is a really sweet original fairy tale. I loved this story, and I highly recommend it for anyone who likes fairy tales and/or unicorns! This is really a 5 star kids book!

Abby is an orphaned girl who one day meets a talking unicorn named Zoe. Zoe says her sister is missing and her parents are so sad they have fallen asleep and won't wake up until the sister comes home. They go see the good witch to find it what to do. She gives them a silver necklace with a pendant with three empty circles.
She tells them they have to find courage, kindness, and love in order to find Zoe's sister. They do succeed in their quest, and the ending is superb!

The book has text on one page with a small drawing, with a full-page picture on the facing page. The illustrator, Tamar Blaauw, did a great job creating drawings that look very fairy-tale-esque with lots of pastel colors contrasted with jewel tones.

Thank you to Netgalley and author Cassie Fletcher, who independently published this book, for providing this e-book ARC so that I could give you my honest review.

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