believes he is a unicorn and no one, especially Goat, can
tell him that he is anything but! Fully equipped with his
horn (party hat), colorful (clip on) tail and bag full of
magical unicorn sprinkles, we come to believe that anything
is possible, even a frog becoming a unicorn!
book is truly magical with bright, cheerful illustrations,
while the story gives you laughable narration that has you
rooting for this little frog who believes he is indeed a unicorn.
I mean, how can you not love a frog that believes he is a
unicorn and says things like "I eat flowers and toot
rainbows." I think my nine-year-old daughter said it
best, "Mom, all libraries need this book so everyone
can enjoy it." I know we loved it and laughed all the
way through! All of us should mimic this little frog a bit
more and believe in the impossible!