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How A Unicorn Made Me Stop Worrying

A Cute Story to Teach Kids to Overcome Anxiety, Worry and Fear. (My Unicorn Books - Volume 2)

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ISBN: 9781950280100


How could a pet unicorn make me stop worrying?

Yes, you heard that right! I have a unicorn for a pet

She’s my best friend ever. We do many cool things together – eating breakfast, racing across the meadow, then sliding down the rainbow, and a lot more…

But most importantly, my unicorn is very wise and smart and often sits with me for hours to talk about important things.

You see, being a kid, I have lots of responsibilities and things to worry about…

  • I worried that my brother would break my favorite mermaid doll…
  • I worried that my best friend at school would have a new best friend and won’t play with me anymore…
  • I worried going to a birthday party where I would meet so many people I don’t know…
  • I worried about the softball game…
  • I worried that everyone would make fun of how I look…
  • I even worried about the weather that would ruin my camping plan…
  • And I worried so many other things…

Luckily, my unicorn showed me how to stop worrying…

How did she do that?

Get this book now and learn how!

Fun, cute, and entertaining with beautiful illustrations, this is a must have book for children, parents and teachers to teach kids the proper way to think, and deal with worry and anxiety!


Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Rena McGrath
Adding to my counseling book collection.

This book has a great rhyming story with a great lesson for kids with anxiety.

Excellent read

Great read

helpful book for kids with worries

Great book for anxious kids, especially girls who like unicorns

Abigail Mendez

Very enjoyable for both myself and my kids. I like how in the unicorn series the unicorn is the one teaching the lessons, wherein the dragon series the dragon is the one learning the lessons. This book allowed me to have an easy way into teaching my 7-year-old eldest son about stress and anxiety in a way his young mind could understand.

Age appropriate

Well received and relevant.