Kid’s Book Review: The Unicorn Who Came to Breakfast

Kid’s Book Review: The Unicorn Who Came to Breakfast

About the Book

Readers who are familiar with the picture book classic by Julia Kerr  ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ will enjoy this story about a unicorn who makes a surprise visit, brightening an otherwise dull and rainy day.

With illustrations by Mike Byrne this is a fun book that lovers of all things rainbow coloured and unicorn-shaped will adore. It might also encourage families to re-visit their board games collection!

Can you guess which board game is the unicorn’s favourite?

The Unicorn Who Came to Breakfast

Emma Adams is an award-winning children’s book author who loves to write about fun things that will make kids laugh. Picture books written by Emma include: Unicorns Don’t Love Rainbows, Who Pooed in My Loo? and the Unicorn and the Rainbow Poop series

Other books illustrated by Mike Byrne include: Unicorns Don’t Love Sparkles, There’s a Troll on My Toilet and Who Made That Smell? Shhh! Don’t Tell!

Book Review

I didn't know unicorns liked snakes and ladders!

Thumbs up for this book, I love it! I love this unicorn and his rainbow hair.
It’s a good book because the family makes friends with the unicorn and they were kind to him and gave him a lot of food.

When he’s leaving he takes a doughnut with him!

My favourite page is when he’s playing a board game because it has my favourite game; I didn’t know unicorns liked snakes and ladders!

The pictures are really good because they are colourful and bright.

All boys and girls will like this book because at first the boy is bored and then he’s not because he has fun with the unicorn.

Sometimes children do get bored but you can read a book or look at the pictures and you won’t be bored anymore.

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Alternatively, we suggest that you visit your local library and request to borrow a copy from a friendly librarian.

Whichever you choose, we hope you enjoy being part of your unique reading community – happy reading everyone!


Reviewer Profile

  • Name: Unaysa
  • Age: 4 years
  • Likes: Cycling, drawing pictures, art and crafts
  • Dislikes: monsters, ghost and cavities
  • Favourite Movie: Paw Patrol
  • Favourite Song: I'm a Little Teapot
  • Favourite Book: Fix it Duck by Jez Alborough