Thelma the Unicorn by Aaron Blabey

Title: Thelma the Unicorn
Author: Aaron Blabey
Illustrator: Aaron Blabey
Publisher: Scholastic Australia (2015)
ISBN: 9781743625804
 
Thelma the Unicorn by Aaron Blabey is a funny picture book that promotes the themes of friendship, self-esteem and identity.
 
Thelma the pony desperately wants to be a unicorn. Her dream comes true with help from a carrot and an incident with a truckload of glitter and pink paint. But becoming famous and pretending to be someone else is not as much fun as she thought. 
 
“You see her fans were mad for her. They’d scream and cry and laugh. They’d chase her everywhere she went to get her autograph.” So she ditches the glitter and the carrot horn. Thelma returns home to her delighted friends and is happy to be who she is.

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Scholastic AU: Thelma the Unicorn teacher notes
Scholastic: Thelma the Unicorn Activities
Aaron Blabey: Picture Book Maker
Child Development Institute: Self Esteem and Your Child’s Motivation
Kids Health in the Classroom: Self Esteem Teacher’s Guide
Aaron Blabey Official Website
Aaron Blabey Facebook
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