From the creators of Unicorn and the Rainbow Poop
comes a stupendously snowy story filled with fun, friendship
and magical rainbow poop!
There's a land far away where the sky is so blue,
and anything can happen - your dreams can come true.
When a snow cloud appears in Happyville,
the townsfolk are alarmed. Snow? In
their town? Why, they've never seen such
things! But, thankfully, Unicorn comes to the rescue to
show them that not only is snow beautiful, but
it's also... FUN!
And, who knows, maybe Unicorn has a secret plan to turn the snow
into... RAINBOW SNOW!
A wintery gift - a perfect stocking filler
Shiny holographic foil on the cover make this a sparkly gift
Also available: Unicorn and the Rainbow Poop and Unicorn
and the Rainbow Poop Save Christmas
Praise for Emma Adams and Katy Halford's Unicorn
and the Rainbow Poop
"Bought this book for my 5 year old who has recently fallen
in love with unicorns. It's a great story, and we LOVE the illustrations!
There's so many little details you find something new
each time you read it."
"My 4yr old Daughter adores this book and dressed as a Rainbow
Unicorn for World Book Day."
"What a super book, an easy to read story with beautiful pictures,
what's not to like. We loved it!"
"Guaranteed laughs from your 3-4 year old."
"My granddaughter loved it."
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Emma Adams grew up spending lots of her time in her local library, reading Roald Dahl books and imagining she was Matilda. Her love of reading turned into a love of publishing when she went to Loughborough University to study Publishing with English, and when Emma later started working on books for children it felt like the most natural thing in the world. EMore about Emma Adams
I was born in a small village in Leicestershire on a snowy winters morning in the year of '85. Ever since I have known, I have always loved to draw. I was told that from a young age, I used to always put eyelashes on the characters I drew. This became one of my distinct quirks and has stuck with me ever since! As a child, I used to create paper houses and shMore about Katy Halford