Narwhalicorn and Jelly (A Narwhal and Jelly Book #7) (Hardcover)
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This is book number 7 in the A Narwhal and Jelly Book series.
In the hilarious seventh book of this blockbuster graphic novel series, Narwhal wishes to see a unicorn — and actually becomes one!
When Jelly wonders what a unicorn is, Narwhal explains that they’re pretty much narwhals of the land (!) — and then gets carried away with a grand plan to see one. With the help of Star, Narwhal’s wish comes true in the wildest, weirdest way: Narwhal gets some land legs and takes their first step ashore. After some wibble-wobbling and a bit of practice, Narwhal is soon galloping along in search of unicorns, though Jelly is a little land sick. Before they know it, Star has the duo blasting off to a magical planet where everyone is a unicorn! But Jelly's out-of-this-world adventure makes him feel out of his comfort zone, and he wishes he were at home . . . can Narwhal cheer Jelly up and also party down with their new unicorn pals?
About the Author
BEN CLANTON is the New York Times bestselling author and illustrator of the Narwhal and Jelly series whose picture books include Mo's Mustache; Vote for Me!; Rot, the Cutest in the World!; Boo Who?; It Came in the Mail; Something Extraordinary and Rex Wrecks It!. He lives with his wife and kids in Seattle, Washington.
A #1 Globe and Mail Bestseller!
An Indigo Best Kids' Book of 2022
One of Amazon.com's Best Children's Books for Ages 6-8 of 2022
"Clanton’s focus on social awareness and listening gives Narwhal an opportunity to work on some social-emotional development that will surely increase their capacity for empathy in future adventures. . . . [R]eaders will find themselves satisfied with the happy resolution and wishing for more. A wonderful, whimsical romp for fans of this heart-filled buddy comedy." —Kirkus Reviews
"[A] wacky and wonderful read with lasting lessons about the importance of being a good friend and how even the most ordinary adventures can be extraordinary." —Hakai Magazine