Unicornia by Ana Punset – Book Review

Unicornia by Ana Punset – Book Review

Unicornia by Ana Punset

Unicornia
Learning to Fly

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Synopsis

First in a series of magical unicorn adventures for fans of Isadora Moon.

Welcome to Unicornia: the most wonderful place in the world, full of unicorns, glitter and magic. Join Claudia on her first day at the School of Advanced Magic, where she’ll be taking potion lessons and a unicorn flying test.

Review by Stacey

Claudia has just arrived in Unicornia with her parents who have started running a food shop. She didn’t know until two weeks ago that Unicornia was even a place that existed and now she is living there and attending the local school.

It doesn’t take long for her to make friends but she is finding some classes difficult including the flying class in which she needs to pass a test flying on a unicorn or she will be dropped down a class.

Unicornia: Learning to Fly is a fun and fluffy children’s story. I’d say it was for around 6-8-year-old readers as the text is kept to a minimum for a chapter book and the plot felt quite basic and young, it is a delightful read though. The illustrations are pink, cute and feature heavily throughout.

If you have youngsters who love unicorns then this book would be perfect. It is like a big hug in a book and there are even more stories to come too.


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Ana Punset

 

Spanish writer and journalist, Ana Punset studied Audiovisual Communication at the Pompeu Fabra University, completing her training with a master’s degree in Writing for Film and Television from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and several courses from the Madrid Writers School.

Later, Punset began working for several newspapers and magazines, such as El Diari de Tarragona, and has worked as a professional editor co-editing several books. However, Punset is best known to the general public for her books dedicated to children’s and young people’s literature, especially for the novels in the Red Shoe Club series.

She has contributed to numerous novels published under a pseudonym and is now a professional reader as well as a writer and resides in Tiana, with her partner and Mancha, her Jack Russell Terrier.


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