Magical Children’s Books about Unicorns

What do you get when you mix up bright flourescent colors and loads of glitter and sparkle? Well unicorns, of course! From Starbucks’ pink and blue, cotton candy-esque Unicorn Frappuccino to My Little Pony, the unicorn trend has been on an upswing for several years and shows no signs of slowing. Unicorn headbands, t-shirts and leggings are everywhere. And don’t be surprised if you see quite a few faces painted with bright, sparkly, unicorn-inspired makeup. Since unicorns are so trendy right now, we thought you could use some reading suggestions! Here are some of our favorite books for you to take a look at.

Where’s the Unicorn? by Ingela Arrhenius

Lift the felt flaps to discover four hidden magical creatures which includes a mermaid, a dragon, a fairy, and a unicorn. – Good Reads

Twinkle, Twinkle Unicorn by Jeff Burton

This unicorn is ready for sweet-dream adventures as she flies across the night skies.

How to Catch a Unicorn by Adam Wallace

A group of kids try to catch a unicorn by setting up traps, but the unicorn escapes each time.

Uni the Unicorn and the Dream Come True by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

A powerful, shared wish helps Uni the unicorn and the little girl who believes in him to save the land of unicorns from endless rain.

Blues for Unicorn by Molly Coxe

Unicorn and Mule want to start a cool blues group, but Unicorn decides she gets to make all the rules.

Uni and the Perfect Present by Candice Ransom

Uni gives Silkie a special present for his birthday.

Unicorn Diaries: Bo’s Magical New Friend by Rebecca Elliott

Bo and the other students at Sparklegrove School for Unicorns are excited when a new unicorn, Sunny Huckleberry enters the school, but Sunny does not know what his special magical power is. Bo has the power to grant wishes, and is eager to help him even though he does not want Bo’s help.

Rainbow Magic: Leona the Unicorn Fairy by Daisy Meadows

The magical creature fairies look after seven young magical creatures, and train them to use their powers for the good of Fairyland and the human world. However, all of the creatures have been stolen by naughty Jack Frost! Can Rachel and Kirsty help Leona find her magical unicorn before she’s lost forever in the human world? – Good Reads