[BOOKS] ✸ Phoebe and Her Unicorn By Dana Simpson – Torrentindir.co

Phoebe and Her Unicorn txt Phoebe and Her Unicorn, text ebook Phoebe and Her Unicorn, adobe reader Phoebe and Her Unicorn, chapter 2 Phoebe and Her Unicorn, Phoebe and Her Unicorn a963e5 Do You Believe In Unicorns Phoebe Does She Has No Choice One Day She Skipped A Rock Across A Pond, And Hit A Unicorn In The Face Improbably, This Resulted In A Lasting Friendship Between Phoebe And The Unicorn, One Marigold Heavenly NostrilsCome Along For The Unicorn Ride With Phoebe, As She Deals With The Usual Burdens Of Childhood Cruel Classmates, Gym Class, Piano Lessons And Also Some Unusual Ones Magic Hair, Candy Breathing Dragons, And The Legendary Shield Of BoringnessCan A Precocious Little Girl And A Self Absorbed Mythical Forest Creature Find Common Ground Indeed They Can, And That S How Phoebe And Her Unicorn Unfolds


About the Author: Dana Simpson

Dana Claire Simpson grew up in Gig Harbor, Washington, drawing the entire time She eventually graduated from The Evergreen State College, despite having spent all her time drawing, and not always for credit.Attempts at doing real work along the way are hardly worth mentioning the relevant fact is that, from 1998 to 2008, she drew the internet comic strip Ozy and Millie After winning the



10 thoughts on “Phoebe and Her Unicorn

  1. says:

    A little girl saves a unicorn s life and the unicorn grants her a wish So what does the little girl wish for For the unicorn to become her best friend.I want a unicorn too It s doesn t even have to be a unicorn, as long as it s magical and friendly Lucky Phoebe She gets to ride a unicorn named Marigold Heavenly Nostrils to school and do slumber parties with her.Alright, jealousy aside, I quite enjoyed following the slice of life adventures of these two enchanting beings Both found a companion in one another Phoebe needs a friend, and Marigold needs someone to remind her there are precious things in life than one s appearance Who knew unicorns were so obsessed by their own beauty ha ha.The graphics are cute, but the dialog will always win Phoebe and Marigold are both witty and fun Neither can stay away from shenanigans I sincerely recommend this graphic novel series to kids, especially reluctant readers Blog Youtube Twitter Instagram Google Bloglovin


  2. says:

    Not laugh out loud funny, but it ll surely make you smile Cute, lovely and witty Recommended Is this meant to be science or art Both I call it sart.


  3. says:

    Hands down, Phoebe and Her Unicorn earns the award for literature s most deceptive cover Given its pink, glittery, unicorn adorned front one would expect this title to be the graphic novel equivalent of Daisy Meadow s why select a pseudonym that so closely resembles that of a stripper WHY kid crack Rainbow Fairies series A nauseating blend of cotton candy and insulting female stereotypes BUT trust, this book this book is NOT that At all Phoebe and Her Unicorn has all the sarcasm and dry wit of Calvin Hobbes. It features Phoebe, a desperately lonely 4th grader who enjoys gaming in her free time fuck that gender norms. Her classmates endlessly bully her, especially archenemy and Head Mean Girl Dakota, who has dubbed Phoebe Princess Stupidbutt Don t be deterred, believe me it gets better Captain Underpants this is not Things take a turn for the better when Phoebe skips a rock across a pond smacking a unicorn right in the noggin This action rescues the unicorn who s been magically held captive See, unicorns are essentially narcissists no, I m not joking and easily distracted by their reflections Relishing in their sheer awesomeness In exchange for her freedom the unicorn, named Marigold Heavenly Nostrils toldja so not a Rainbow Fairies type book , offers to grant Phoebe one wish Money, fame, limitless gaming, all at her fingertips..Phoebe says NAH What does she choose For Marigold to become her bestie Heartwarming but even Marigold contains enough self awareness to basically reply are you for real, kid.TAKE THE MONEY May the adventures of Phoebe and Marigold commence And they doPhoebe introduces Marigold to such worldly pleasures as slumber parties, family dinners, trick or treating, shield of boringness Phoebe and Her Unicorn is laugh out loud hilarious Marigold plays straight man to Phoebe s age appropriate eccentric There s obvious situational humor combined with quippy one liners, whip smart dialogue and an abundance of snark While it lacks Calvin Hobbes academic references, the story is similarly entertaining At my library, kids of both genders are equally enad with the story and clamor to get their hands on the latest installment Highly recommend.


  4. says:

    I picked this up because it was compared to Calvin and Hobbes The unicorn s name is Marigold Heavenly Nostrils.I loved it because it is not Calvin and Hobbes I can see why all the comparisons, and there are definitely similarities, but this is so NOT Calvin and Hobbes for girls Calvin and Hobbes was Calvin and Hobbes for girls This is different and great, and had a really nice vibe going for it Phoebe is spunky and fun and lonely, and Marigold Heavenly Nostrils is a unicorn that occupies much of the real world than reality should allow The two characters play off each other so nicely, and together they create a fun place where I want to spend time.


  5. says:

    Simpson is clearly playing off of groundwork laid by Bill Watterson Phoebe and her unicorn pal, Marigold Heavenly Nostrils, parallel Calvin and his stuffed tiger, Hobbes Sugary cereal, board games, color crayon illustrations depicting the child s interpretation of life events, super hero alter egos and all hearken to Watterson s work, but Simpson s comics lack the philosophical musings that add depth and heart to Calvin s adventures with Hobbes Marigold s sarcasm is good for a chuckle here and there, but a flippant comic about mental illness warrants caution, and one story involving a girl at Phoebe s school is blatantly tone deaf about girls who suffer unwanted hair loss.


  6. says:

    I picked this up because I liked the premise and I thought my daughter might like it and wanted to see how she d react Turns out that my daughter already subscribes to the webcomic That s some superior Dadding right there, I tell youAnyway, I had some free time this afternoon and spent it with Phoebe and Marigold and was thoroughly charmed Peter S Beagle mentions this volume in light of Calvin and Hobbes in his introduction and I think he s spot on Read that again Peter S Beagle wrote the introduction to this unicorn book That is just so perfect I had a nerdgasm before I d even started the book.Where was I Oh yeah, I think his bringing in Calvin and Hobbes is inspired in that non obvious but completely perfect kind of way you get with really insightful artists, sometimes Phoebe isn t Calvin s brand of activity and mischief so the story isn t really similar But if you replaced Calvin with a self assured, but kind of quiet, nerd girl with a friend unicorn, this is exactly what you d have Simpson gave me lots of goldeny laugh out loud moments, the occasional verklemming, and a deep appreciation for a good story well told I just loved each new development and the deepening relationship between our two main characters.So yeah, I heartily recommend this for anyone willing to roll with a magical unicorn who sometimes gets lost in contemplating her own perfection and a nerd girl who wants a best friend.


  7. says:

    Happy Unicorn Day When lonely fourth grader Phoebe rescues Marigold Heavenly Nostrils, who was trapped in the beauty of her own reflection, she is granted one wish As the self appointed Federal Awesomeness Inspector, Phoebe declares herself the most awesome girl in the world , which of course must be true because she wished to be best friends with a unicorn Together they play video games, have slumber parties in their pyjamas, play superhero and detective agency, gossip and enjoy music Marigold gets trapped in her reflection than once and I expect this will be a running joke throughout the series With our main characters fluent in sarcasm and dry humour, I found a lot to love In this first graphic novel of the series we meet Phoebe s parents, Dakota Phoebe s arch enemy, who calls her Princess Stupidbutt and Max Phoebe s spelling partner We re also introduced to Todd, the candy dragon, who was my favourite minor character because CANDY DRAGON Despite being so self absorbed, Marigold is capable of compassion and insight I loved how literal she is and my stubbornness appreciated the stubbornness of both Marigold and Phoebe Though they re often not on the same wavelength these new friends get along surprisingly well I adore these new friends and feel like I ve made two new ones myself I m especially looking forward to superhero segments with Claustrophoebea and Pointyhead I smiled a lot during this book and can t believe it s taken me this long to finally start this series Thank you, Unicorn Day P.S The magical picture of the unicorn reading is by Ivona Design.


  8. says:

    Absolutely adorable I love fierce, determined Phoebe I love vain but truly fabulous Marigold , and often laugh out loud funny I read this volume first on my own and then with my 10 year old, and I m planning to read it with my 5 year old, too.But first, I m moving on to read Book 2


  9. says:

    Este es un libro s per gracioso, no tanto por Cloe, sino por Cal ndula, que es la unicornio m s descarada, narcisista y pagada de s misma de la historia de la fantas a.


  10. says:

    I picked this one up for a challenge All Ages Comic and fit that category it did I enjoyed the magic of this graphic novel, I appreciated the drawings and storyline Phoebe is not very popular and finds herself upon Marigold Heavenly Nostrils the unicorn and wants her to become her best friend Best friends indeed hijinks ensue I found myself a little lost as in between the major plot points, little vignettes were inserted I found them all to be charming, but I found the disruption a little distracting.Cute graphic novel and one I could recommend for all ages.


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