Unicorns, School, and Me

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“Is a magnificent book that shows kids that differences can be their superpower. The lessons Fleur learns will inspire others to look within themselves and find their own worth.” —Kaylee Haynes, Elementary School Teacher

“Told in simple language so early readers can easily follow along… readers will learn tactics to help them fit in, while at the same time stand out with their own unique powers. A great and fun read that will both entertain and inspire young readers.” —Readers’ Favorite

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Emma Meyer
Emma Meyer writes stories that teach valuable lessons, boost children’s self-assurance and build their inner strength. She is also a freelance editor who works remotely…
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Saddle up for a school year with the best classmates ever: unicorns!

Fleur thought her new school year at Bright Pathways Elementary would be about regular classes and maybe making a couple of new friends. But whoa, was she wrong! Enter her new classmates: a bunch of kids with the wildest clothes, the craziest hairstyles, and the biggest secret ever—they’re actually unicorns pretending to be human!

Buckle up and join Fleur as she dives into a world sprinkled with magic and packed with surprises. School has never been this fun! With her unicorn friends by her side, Fleur learns what it truly means to stand out and fit in—all while trying to keep the biggest secret of all under wraps.

What lessons will Fleur learn? Can she manage to keep the unicorns’ secret safe? Flip through the pages of this amazing journey to find out that anything is possible when you find the magic within yourself—even if you’re totally, completely, 100% human!

 

“HELLO! My name is Fleur. I want to tell you in my own words about how things have been going for me. The beginning of a new school year always makes me a little nervous. I find it hard to meet new kids. I really like having friends, though. My mom and dad have been helping me to be a bit braver so I can make new friends.

This year, something unusual happened. It changed my whole world. These new kids came to our school. They’re really different. They wear these crazy, colorful outfits, and their hairstyles are unusual too. I knew right away there was something magical about them. But wait until I tell you what happened next. It’s even crazier. You won’t believe it!

By accident, I found out a big secret. These new classmates aren’t just kids. They’re unicorns! They changed into kids so they could go to school with humans. Even the new art teacher is a unicorn!

From that day on, everything was different.”

Illustrator

Ayesha Masood

Publication Date

06/12/2024

Number of Pages

101

Primary ISBN

9788367973168

3 reviews for Unicorns, School, and Me

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  1. Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers’ Favorite

    Emma Meyer’s early chapter book, Unicorns, School, and Me, is a fantasy like no other. Told in simple language so early readers can easily follow along, the story describes Fleur’s adventures as a new school year begins and some unusual new students join her class. With interesting drawings, the story moves along with lots of energy and excitement. The chapters break up the story into manageable and topical sections. The fantasy adventure allows young readers to learn more about empathy, helping others, and accepting others for their differences. Like Fleur, young readers will learn tactics to help them fit in, while at the same time stand out with their own unique powers. A great and fun read that will both entertain and inspire young readers.

  2. Kaylee Haynes, Elementary School Teacher

    Unicorns, School, and Me is a magnificent book that shows kids that differences can be their superpower.
    A new school year is starting, Fleur is a little anxious to see who will be in her class. A group of new students brightens her classroom with their colorful looks and differences. Fleur soon befriends them but only after learning their secret. Fleur begins comparing herself to her new friends. She will have to learn how to be herself and see her own worth. The lessons Fleur learns will inspire others to look within themselves and find their own worth. The friendships built in this book will inspire kids to have a friendship like Fleur and her friends do. However, the way Fleur’s friends are described at the beginning didn’t match the impression shown at the end of the book. They seemed very empathic at the beginning but were shown to have less empathy at the end. Having said this, all the feelings Fleur and her friends go through in this story are things that all kids can relate to in their own lives. The advice given to Fleur and her friends is advice that all people can use in their own lives.

  3. Valia Maloney, Mom of Two Kids

    Unicorns, School, and Me is a fantastic book for young readers that enjoy magical aspects of books. The main character, Fleur, is a relatable character. On the first day of school, she expresses feelings of nervousness and anxiousness. All young readers can relate to this feeling.
    In the beginning, Fleur is solely focused on her own thoughts and feelings. She is more focused on what others think about her and how she can fit in. Her view of life is minimal and self-centered. Young readers can relate to these feelings as well.
    In addition, Fleur has relatable parents. Throughout the book, her parents share stories from their past to teach Fleur lessons. All of their stories and lessons are supportive and encourage Fleur to be loving and kind.
    Furthermore, the characters illustrated in the beginning help the reader to visually identify the book’s characters. Visualization is a difficult task for young readers, so the characters being illustrated at the beginning is helpful. There is also a diverse group of characters in this story that also make it relatable.
    To conclude, Unicorns, School and Me is a fun and magical book with relatable characters. All young readers, that like magic, should read this book.

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