Unicorn Thinks He's Pretty Great
By: Bob Shea
Ever since Unicorn moved into the neighborhood, Goat has been feeling out of sorts. Goat thought his bike was cool—until he saw that Unicorn could fly to school! Goat made marshmallow squares that almost came out right, but Unicorn made it rain cupcakes! Unicorn is such a show-off, how can Goat compete?
Not Quite Narwal
By: Jessie Sima
Born deep in the ocean, Kelp is not like the other narwhals and one day, when he spies a creature on land that looks like him, he learns why.
A Unicorn Named Sparkle
By: Amy Young
When Lucy sees an ad in the newspaper for a unicorn, she sends in her twenty-five cents and waits for her very own unicorn to arrive. She imagines the flowers that she'll braid into his beautiful pink mane, and she even picks the perfect name for him: Sparkle. But when Sparkle arrives, his ears are too long, his horn is too short, he smells funny--and oh, he has fleas. Lucy isn't pleased, but in the end she warms up to Sparkle and realizes that even though he wasn't exactly the unicorn she wanted, he might be just the one she needs.
Hello My Name is Octicorn
By: Kevin Diller
Bob is not a unicorn. His friend George knows that. So does Stella. And Ted, and Larry. In fact, it's definite: Bob is not a unicorn. Or is he?
You Don't Want a Unicorn!
By: Ame Dyckman
A child wishes for a unicorn without knowing how unruly they are as pets.
Uni the Unicorn
By: Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Uni the unicorn believes that little girls are real.
By: Victoria Kann
A little girl and her brother play with her imaginary gold-horned unicorn that can float on water, fly, and turn herself into a fairy princess.