Review for Never Let a Unicorn Scribble!

Review for Never Let a Unicorn Scribble!

Never Let a Unicorn Scribble!, Colourful, Unicorn, Girl, Crayon, Drawing, Humour, Children's Books, Picture Book, Diane Alber“Listen to me Unicorn,
WE DO NOT EAT CRAYONS!
We draw with them!”

I was in the mood for a picture book and so when I bumped into this one… well I just had to read it. Unicorns? Drawing? Crayons? Yas, please!

In this book a girl has a pet unicorn (lucky girl, I want one as well) and she is curious about why you should NEVER let a unicorn scribble. She decides to try it out but points to quote at the start of the review you can see where that leads. She even tries to show her how to scribble. I was like, girl, your unicorn has hooves, not hands. 😛 What happens next though, her next idea because yes, this girl isn’t about to give up, well… you will have to read the book but I was absolutely loving it and laughing my butt off. That face of the unicorn. All those colours. Chaos! Yas! coughs Teehee.

The ending sure was a surprise to me! I was proud of the girl, and then shocked when we got back to the room. WHUT? BUT? That definitely wasn’t an end I expected, but I definitely loved it. It made me smile and it made me reconsider everything we read. Haha.

The art was fun, a bit simple, but I have to say it did made the colours when they appeared pop out. I especially liked the facial expressions (I laughed so hard during one of the scenes with the unicorn).

All in all, I am happy I finally had a chance to read a picture book again, and even happier it was one with unicorns and crayons.

Star rating, 4.5 stars

4 thoughts on “Review for Never Let a Unicorn Scribble!

  1. I love that you picked this one up because you were in the mood! People should just read whatever they fancy, and not feel like they have to stick to “classics”. Thank you for sharing x

    1. Aww! I totally agree! Sadly, there are too many people pushing others into reading books appropriate for age or the “classics”. I am glad that these days I care much less about what people think and wish I could go back to past me to let her know to do that as well. You’re welcome, thanks for commenting/reading the review!

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