Unicorn Jazz book review

Unicorn Jazz by Lisa Caprelli is a beautiful book about learning to accept yourself for who you are. The cover itself is striking and eye catching. The illustrations inside match and are part of what keeps you wanting to turn the page to read more. The story is about a young unicorn who loves to sing. One day, her family moves, and she finds that she now must make new friends. She tries to change herself to be like the new animals she meets. This does not work because she is beautiful as she is. One day she meets an animal that is also different. She learns from this animal that it does not matter if she can eat food high like giraffes or hide like a chameleon, she has her own talents. With the help of her friend, she finds her confidence and begins to sing in front of her new classmates. Everyone loves her voice and puts aside any differences to become friends. This is a book for any family to begin the conversation of accepting our differences with their children. It has a beautiful song inside any child would love to sing. This is a new book that I will be sharing with my clients at work and would recommend to any family or school teacher.