What Would Unicorn Do?
By Sarah Ford
A little book of invaluable Unicorn life lessons.
Unicorn took the world by storm with his sweet nature, sunny outlook and positive attitude in the best-selling feel-good book Be a Unicorn. Now he is back with this little book of life lessons.
Looking for some guidance on how to live a happy, sparkling life? Or just wondering which path to trot along? Look no further than Unicorn, the best (and probably only) four-legged, one-horned happiness guru. With enlightenment on every page, let Unicorn teach you how to hopscotch over all of life's trials to a place where the grass definitely grows greener.
With adorable quirky illustrations and wise, thoughtful and often completely hilarious life advice, this is a little book to keep firmly in your pocket, ready to be consulted whenever life gets a little bit tough.
Wear the jumper that Granny knitted with pride.
Sing Pharrell in the shower.
Walk in someone else's flip-flops.
Try new things... uhm beetroot juice... pink, yummy.
Make every day count.
UNICORN WOULD NOT EVER (NO THANK YOU MA'AM):
Worry about a bit of dust.
Eat someone else's chocolate.
Blame others - 'my Panda made me do it'.
Dwell too much on the past.
Take things for granted.
Sarah Ford is a writer and publisher with a love of cocktails, coffee and animals... mythical or otherwise. She lives in the Cotswolds, but works in London, travelling back and forth on a unicorn. When she's not working she can be found hanging out in her garden, smelling the flowers with her daughter and a whole host of pets.
Anita Mangan is a graphic designer and illustrator living, working and breathing in London. She has made a career out of being silly and has recently developed cloven hoofs.
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07 Jun 2018
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