“All you have to do is to remember I love you and even when we’re apart, Mommy’s love is always, always with you.”
Separation anxiety is a difficult struggle for young children and parents—this heart-warming story can help!
Yani is a young, fun-loving unicorn who lives in the magical forest with her mommy. One day, her mommy has to go out to help a friend on the moon, so Yani is left on her own for the very first time.
At first, Yani doesn’t know what to do with herself, and wonders why her mommy has left her all alone. She feels sad and thinks she will have to sleep the whole day. However, Yani decides that she needs to do something fun, and decides to go to Unicorn Valley instead of moping around all day.
On her journey to Unicorn Valley, Yani meets a bunch of new animal friends to play with and discovers a newfound self-confidence that she never knew she had. When it comes time to go back home, Yani is so glad to see her mommy, who is very proud of her. This inspiring story of love and bravery will warm hearts from start to finish.
– Suitable for ages 3-7.
– Written with the beginner reader in mind – simple vocabulary and short sentences.
– This book has Pre-K and Kindergarten level sight words in bold for easy recognition and recall.
– Adorable illustrations draw you into the story.
Yani the Unicorn and the Day Mommy Went to the Moon is a heart-warming children’s picture book that will teach your child self-confidence when it comes to dealing with separation anxiety. The beautiful full-color illustrations and simple language make this book perfect for storytime or nighttime reading.
Follow Yani on a magical adventure of bravery, maturity, and overcoming fears.
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Belle Brown is a mother to an energetic and very inquisitive “purple princess” who loves all sorts of stories. Her little kid’s insatiable appetite for learning inspired her to write her first book series, Patrick the Piglet’s Learning Adventures.
Belle Brown wanted to bring the power of learning through storytelling with her writing. Her books develop children’s cognitive abilities, help parents bond with their child, and nurture a lifelong love for reading.