Goodnight Unicorn a magical story of Unicorns

                 Goodnight Unicorn

A Magically whimsical parody of the beloved children’s book Goodnight Moon, Goodnight Unicorn By Karla Oceanak and magically illustrated by Kendra Spanjer. Is a 32 page beautiful picture book to be read and loved by kids 4 years old and up.

Goodnight UnicornFrom Fairies on Cherries to Gnomes and a Dragon,It’s a trip through the enchanted Unicorn forest as night begins to fall. I think it’s literally impossible for any child to not fall in love with this short easy to read picture book. Love Unicorns? You’ll love this perfect bedtime story.The illustrations are beautiful and very cute for young kids. You can tell this was written by a Unicorn lover.

Did you know that a group of Unicorn’s is not Herd? Nope! A group of Unicorns is called a “Blessing” (WHO KNEUnicorn fairiesW?) now for those of us that may believe in Unicorns there is a very cool assortment of “Factoids” at the end of the book that any true Unicorn believer will want to see. One interesting tidbit according to the Author is that because all Unicorns are known to be Intelligent and good that only people that are Pure of heart  can see a Unicorn. So if you’ve lived your life without a Unicorn sighting maybe just maybe…hmmmmmm

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Karla Oceanak is the author of the Aldo Zelnick Comic Novel Series, which has been honored with a Top 10 Educational Products of 2011 Award, a Book of the Year award (Foreword Reviews), a Colorado Book Award, and a Mountains & Plains Independent

Karla Oceanak and Kendra Spanjer

Karla Oceanak and Kendra Spanjer

Booksellers Regional Book Award, among others. She has worked as a writer and editor for more than twenty years and has ghostwritten dozens of books. Karla and her husband, Scott, live in Colorado with their three teenage boys in a house strewn with Legos, hockey gear, Pokemon cards, video games, books, and dirty socks. More at karlaoceanak.com

 

Kendra Spanjer divides her time between being "a writer who illustrates" and "an illustrator who writes." She and author Karla Oceanak are the brains behind the Aldo Zelnick Comic Novel Series. Her work for grown-ups includes copywriting and design, plus several incognito illustrations for adult beverages, t-shirts, posters, and various other vices. She has a picture book in the works  and lots of ideas for paintings and print work on her Poco press—though they're all just ideas for now.

When she invents spare time for herself to fill, Kendra enjoys skiing, cycling, exploring, discovering new music, watching trains go by, decorating cupcakes with her sister, and making faces in the mirror. More at kendraspanjer.com.

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Comments

  1. books4learning says:

    Many little girls love unicorns. I am sure this book is popular with them. Looks adorable.

  2. ccarpinello says:

    Always good to read about a fellow Colorado author. Thanks for sharing on the Kid Lit Blog Hop.

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