Unicorn is a unicorn. And Horse is, well . . . not.
Horse is brown. Horse is plain. And Horse can'tstand the unicorn he shares a pen with. Unicorn dances. Tra la la!Horse does not. Blah blah blah.But when robbers kidnap Unicorn for a local circus, what will Horse decide to do? Packed with forty-eight pages of hilarious illustrations and deadpan wit, Unicorn (and Horse)is a funny yet endearing lesson on envy with one important truth: We are sometimes unicorns. We are sometimes horses. And happiness doesn't always come from pink cupcakes for breakfast.