Mommy, Where Do Baby Unicorns Come From?

Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
Five-year-old Chelsea wants to know where baby unicorns come from. When she asked her mother, she took off like a frightened rabbit. Perhaps her new unicorn friend will have the answer...or maybe Chelsea will just have to find out for herself.
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About Renee Adams

Renée Adams lives in New Jersey with many pets who kindly share their home with her. Between dreams of one day becoming the local “crazy cat lady” and fantasies of ruling the world with an army of robots, she writes, draws, plays video games, and does martial arts.

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Review by: larissabookgirl on Sep. 12, 2011 :
It is the one question that she could ever dread coming from the mouth of her daughter, the one question that she was hoping to avoid, and the one question she never wanted her little girl to discover the answer to. But when her five year old daughter asked this question her heart froze, "Mommy, Where Do Baby Unicorns Come From?"

When she first spotted the horse, the horse that had a horn on it head, she was enchanted. It was beautiful and magical and for some reason no one else seemed to notice it there on the other side of the fence; no one believed it to be real. But here it was, the brightest white with a horn on its forehead, and it made her wonder. If there exists a grown unicorn it must have once been a baby. But just where did it come from?

Mommy, Where Do Baby Unicorns Come From? is a short and bitter-sweet tale of one mothers anxiety to explain, or avoid explaining, to her innocent daughter the dark and heartbreaking truth of where baby unicorns come from. A story of one girl learning just how it is unicorns can exist and how in a heartbeat life can change forever. Not so much a story for children, this powerful and beautifully haunting short story is one that will stay with you.
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Review by: chickrocking on Aug. 18, 2011 :
All kids imagine unicorns and wonder where they come from

Innocence in children is very much a part of the story

A very short story but a very complete story

Well written

A fantasy tale that you will enjoy

Not a story to read to your child, it is for adults

A happy yet sad story

Enjoyed seeing into the child's mind

Her daily life could have been a little shorter with more details into the unicorn given

Pick this story up. A free story.
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Review by: Rachel Brown on Aug. 5, 2011 :
A very well written story. A interesting idea about unicorns. A very thought provoking ending. As a mother of young children I could relate to this story and it made me very sad at the end.
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Review by: Madison Keller on May 15, 2011 :
Cute story about innocennce and unicorns. It has a happy/sad ending. Very good story!
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Review by: Hywela Lyn on April 13, 2011 :
A delightful little story, I think perhaps there was just a wee bit too much detail about Chelsea's day at school, but it was well written and I thought the ending was very touching, as a lover of horses and unicorns, I could really relate to this story, and think it would be a lovely tale to read to older children.
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