My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I bought this book because of my love of unicorns (and the small section on Unicorn Spells at the back to the book).
What I’ve found is that this is a book for adults with kids. Maybe small kids?
The way it’s put together is the book is fairly small, but thick; this is because the pages are not full of text, but word art and pictures (until you get to the recipes). The information given about unicorns is referenced in the back (which I love), and there are also many recent memes included. I especially like the ones about believing in yourself.
The illustrations are beautiful, if a bit cartoonish, but as its a parents book for kids, it works and goes with the themes. There are also crafts, recipes, and spells included in the book. I know I said spells and I’m sure many people are cringing at that, but don’t worry. The spells are just a complicated, fun way to communicate with the spirit of a unicorn. The spells center around finding happiness for yourself and seeing the magic of the world, nothing sinister here, it’s a unicorn for gravy’s sake!
So I do like this book, it’s cute, it’s fun, and it’s given me something to do for a little while!