When the new manager of an apartment building bans pets, the children who live there find new companions in a herd of unicorns, much to the manager's dismay.
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Grade 1-3-An odd-looking monster attempts to startle little David, who is too busy playing on the floor of his room to notice. When the monster becomes sad as a result of his failure, the boy tries to cheer him up by teaching him to play and realizes that he has something in common with his new companionthey each long for their mothers' attention. David is surprised that adult monsters have to work just as his own parents do. Vivid full-color illustrations make this book appealing to young readers, though the high-level vocabulary may be a challenge for transitional readers. This fun book is suitable for independent reading or for a humorous read-aloud.Paul M. Kienlen, Alicia R. Chacon International School, El Paso, TX
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