I can't wait to use this book in one of my storytimes. It has humor, bright illustrations, friendship and unconditional love and acceptance.
Prosocial, full of good emotion words, and adoooorable.
This is rapidly becoming one of my storytime go-to's! It has everything I love to share with kiddos -- a sense of humor, bright and engaging illustrations, interesting vocabulary and concepts (we always have a fun and sometimes silly conversation beforehand asking if anyone knows what a narwhal is), and a sweet message about community and unconditional love.
I read this as often as I possibly can in my storytimes! And also to myself ;)
It has great illustrations, both cute and pretty. I like the colorful fish added in with the narwhals. There is a great distinguishing of land narwhals and sea unicorns and I like the description of that. The main character goes on this adventure to find who they are and comes to except both past and present situations and finds a way to keep them both and both sets of friends.
As a lover of unicorns as a child, I can honestly say this is one of my favourite kids books. Very imaginative and great for little girls.
Love this book!
SQUEE! A book with narwhals and unicorns? SIGN ME UP! Plus you can’t see it here, but IT HAS SPARKLES GUYS! Kelp the Narwhal (cough… unicorn… cough) is just trying to find his place in the world. He knows he doesn’t fit in with his narwhal buddies, but when he views a strange creature on land, he realizes he might not be the narwhal he thinks he is. Swoonworthy illustrations with an excellent message, I highly suggest this adorable book.
Cute story that promotes individuality and acceptance of everyone.
I like not quite narwal because it is so cute
red_cat_10465 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 3 and 15
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