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Book Review~ Unicorn Bowling ( Phoebe and Her Unicorn Series, Book 9), #NetGalley, @Andrewsmcmeel, @MizDanaClaire

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Genre: middle grade, graphic novels

Publisher: Andrews McMeel

Pub Date: April 23, 2019

Rating: 🦄 🦄 🦄 🦄 🦄 

Synopsis:

Taken from NetGalley

My Review

Phoebe is a nine year old with a unicorn for a best friend, Marigold. The two have lots of adventures together in this fun young graphic novel full of clever humor and adorable illustrations. I haven’t read any of the others in the series but decided to give this one a try. I would absolutely recommend this for younger readers who love unicorns! There are several pages with more advanced wording or phrases but the definitions are included in the back. I found it a great way to introduce some new concepts to younger readers.
If I was a young reader I would have wanted to read all of these! Heck, I still might! I have a chest full of stuffed unicorns my preschoolers love to play with. These books would make a fun addition to my library.

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Thank you to Andrews McMeel and NetGalley for this advanced copy!

About The Author

Dana Claire Simpson is an American cartoonist, best known as the creator of the syndicated comic strip Phoebe and Her Unicorn, as well as the long-running web comic Ozy and Millie. Other works created by Simpson include the political commentary cartoon I Drew This and the alternate reality drama comic Raine Dog.

Other books in the series

Happy Reading Friends!❤️ What are you reading this week? Has your family read any of this series?

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2 replies »

  1. Hi, Lana! I would love for you to follow me in my blog. Vicky’s Rowdy Book House. You and I have somewhat the same kind of blog. I work at the Lee County Library in Tupelo, MS in the Children’s Department. I post books we are reading and I have written songs or finger plays to go with the books. Are students love the Unicorn books!

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