Do you have a little one that loves unicorns? Maybe they love zebras? (Liam has been in love with horses and zebras since he was about two, and still is to this day.) Well, if they adore either of them, then Zoonicorns is perfect!
Exotic, Mythical, and Adorable!
When I was asked to check out Zoonicorns, what initially caught my eye was the darling little stuffies, and the whimsical idea behind them. (Between you and me, I am quite fond of the idea of unicorns myself.) The day we got back from vacation, there was one here waiting for us, along with the accompanying book.
Buffy Meets the Zoonicorns
Liam didn’t even wait for me to sit down and read the book with him. He picked it right up, sat down, and read it himself. I asked what he thought. “It was good, mama. You’ll have to read it too.” And so I did.
Buffy is young Bison, living in a zoo with her family. She was restless, her pen felt too small, and she felt too large. Her mother sang her an ancient zoo lullaby, and when she awoke, she was no longer in her pen. This is where she meets the Zoonicorns. While there, she also realizes that although she loves the Zoonicorns, she also adores and misses her family. The Zoonicorns assure her that when she feels restless, she can come back in her dreams, and Buffy drifts off to sleep.
The story is enchanting, and will teach young children that there really is no place like home, no matter how loud, and boring it can be. The illustrations are captivating. They are very colorful and enticing to they eye. The characters are just plain endearing.
Meet the Zoonicorns
Valeo, the blue Zoonicorn wants you to feel strong and brave, while Aliel (the pink Zoonicorn,) shows you how to be carefree and light. Ene (the green Zoonicorn) will cheer you up with a joke, or silly song, while the purple Zoonicorn Promithea, is peaceful and helps you feel calm.
They sent Liam Promithea, and they couldn’t have chosen a better Zoonicorn for my boy. He often needs to be reminded to center himself, and calm down. Little Promithea is a great reminder of this. He has been carrying her around the house since we have gotten home from Chincoteague Island.
It’s your turn to meet them all!
To get your hands on all of the Zoonicorns and the book, head to their website. You can also go onto their children’s website with your kids. They have printable coloring pages, stories and games. Don’t forget to follow them on Social Media as well! You can connect with them via Facebook and Twitter.