Unicorn Thinks He’s Pretty Great

Poor goat.

Just when he’s doing okay for himself (riding his bike to school, making snacks, cool magic tricks) until Unicorn moves in! How is he supposed to compete with a magical Unicorn! So of course he wants nothing to do with him, Goat is only human, right?

Well, turns out Unicorn is a pretty nice guy and thinks Goat is pretty special too.

This book turned out to be wildly popular. I think a lot of people relate to that Goat. I sure do.

It was on a ton of end-of-year best lists. Including NPR, Kirkus Reviews, Goodreads and Bookpage.

Last but not least it was Parents Magazine’s Best Fiction Children’s book for 2013.

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If you google it, you’ll find a bunch of terrific reviews. None will compare to the puddle-wonderfulness of this review from the lovely Betsy Bird. I am going to have this burned inside the lid of my casket so I may read it for all eternity.

The “If I write a million books a year for the next million years, I will never get a review this good.” review.

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  1. And let’s not forget that it got on New York Public Library’s 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing list for 2013 to boot!

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