In this collection of stories, our princesses fight evil and fix rocket ships, while unicorns (and one slightly confused narwhal) bring endless joy. Teaching us that we can be both beautiful and ambitious, both substantive and stylish, this collection is sure to be a fixture in your family’s reading library.
Not All Princesses Dress in Pink: Princesses play sports and get muddy and use power tools and fight evil sorcerers, all while wearing sparkly crowns, in this modern classic of female empowerment.
Interstellar Cinderella: Just the best. A fresh, feminist retelling of the classic tale, this Cinderella studies rocketry in the spare time, fixes the prince’s rocket ship, and leaves her socket wrench behind instead of a glass slipper. Spoiler, this book does not end with a royal wedding.
Not Quite Narwhal: Kelp, a unicorn raised by narwhals, struggles to decide who he wants to be: a land narwhal with his unicorn family, or a sea unicorn with his narwhal family? Kids will adore his sweet, engaging story about forging our own identities, complete with darling illustrations of our favorite tusked friends.
If I Had a Unicorn: Our heroine muses what it would be like to have a loyal, wish-granting, sweets-loving unicorn as a pet, complete with rides on rainbows and clouds of cotton candy. Kids will adore this mythical installment in the much-loved “If I Had A…” series.
Margaret’s Unicorn: The operative word here is enchanting. Margaret moves with her family to a little cottage in the Scottish highlands, where she finds a lost baby unicorn. Kids will love this gorgeously illustrated tale about love, new homes, and goodbyes.