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Book review: Bo the Brave

Image shows the cover of a children's book: Bo the Brave by Rebecca Elliott. The cover illustration shows a unicorn with a rainbow horn holding up a shield in its hoof. A dragonfly hovers behind it.

REVIEWED BY SLOANE, SECOND GRADE, MISSOURI, USA

Unicorn Diaries: Bo the Brave by Rebecca Elliott, Scholastic, ISBN 9781338323436

Sloane reviewed her own copy of this book.

Do you like books about unicorns? Then I think you should read Unicorn Diaries: Bo the Brave because it’s magical.

In this story, Bo’s class of unicorn friends goes camping. They heard noises and got scared. The unicorns found out that the noises were coming from the pixies. The pixies were having a party. The pixies were afraid of the beasts and Bo the Brave must save the day.

One reason I like this book is because it’s entertaining to all students. In this story there are lots and lots of unicorns. Another reason I like this book is because there’s lots of magic. Everyone has magical powers. The most powerful magic is flying. The third reason I like this book is because the pictures are wonderful. For example, the book has colorful pictures like orange and pink and yellow.

I hope you go get this book and read it right away. Do you want to find out more about this book? Visit your local library.

I recommend this book for kids ages nine and eight and seven. I’ll give this book a 10 out of 10!


Second grade students at Glenridge Elementary School (Missouri, USA) are guest reviewers at Alphabet Soup. Click here if you’d like to read more book reviews by Glenridge Elementary School. To send us YOUR book review, check out our submission guidelines. Happy reading!

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This post was added by Rebecca Newman. Rebecca is a children's writer and poet, and the editor of the Australian children's literary blog, Alphabet Soup. For more about Rebecca visit: rebeccanewman.net.au.