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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Two-year-old Landis loved unicorns. It was her dream to meet a unicorn one day, like Sparkles who was her pink unicorn stuffed toy. Sparkles was soft, fluffy, and snuggly and Landis loved him. She was happy that her friends brought her nice unicorn-themed presents when they came to visit her. Her mommy always insisted that she shared her toys with her friends while playing and Landis never had a problem with that. She knew sharing was caring. Landis prayed that she would come across a real unicorn and she always wished for the same thing.
Landis & the Pink Unicorn by L.A. Maldonado is a whimsical story that will fascinate and enthrall young readers with its beautiful message and illustrations. Arnild C. Aldepolla's illustrations add to the magic of the story and will make youngsters believe in dreams. The story will encourage readers to realize that belief is what matters, just as Landis believes her unicorn is real. There is magic and the whimsy in the way the author narrates the story to make it adorable to readers, especially to those who love unicorns. Landis & the Pink Unicorn by L.A. Maldonado is a good bedtime storybook and tutors can use it in classrooms and school libraries for storytelling sessions to help children believe in the beauty and magic of dreams.