Friends Rock (Paperback)
An Acorn Book (Unicorn and Yeti #3): An Acorn Book
Scholastic Inc., 9781338329070, 64pp.
Publication Date: October 1, 2019
Other Editions of This Title:
Library Binding (10/1/2019)
Pick a book. Grow a Reader!
This series is part of Scholastic's early reader line, Acorn, aimed at children who are learning to read. With easy-to-read text, a short-story format, plenty of humor, and full-color artwork on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and fluency. Acorn books plant a love of reading and help readers grow!
Yeti loves playing on the swing. Unicorn would like a turn.
Unicorn loves eating peaches. Yeti would like to try one.
Unicorn and Yeti find a sparkly rock. They would both like to take it home.
Can these magical friends discover how to share? These laugh-out-loud stories with full-color artwork and easy-to-read text throughout are perfect for new readers!
About the Author
Hazel Quintanilla was born in El Salvador, and graduated from Matias Delgado University in San Salvador with a degree in Graphic Design. Hazel lives in Guatemala with her husband and their three cute dogs.
Praise For Friends Rock: An Acorn Book (Unicorn and Yeti #3): An Acorn Book…
"Quintanilla's colorful, expressive art and Burnell's infectiously whimsical tone make their own good team... more sparkly, delightfully silly fun for Unicorn and Yeti fans." --- Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Sparkly New Friends (Unicorn and Yeti #1):
"It's impossible not to smile while reading about the fantastical pair gallivanting through this petite early reader, perfectly sized for small hands. This charming book is divided into three short stories about the friendship between a sparkly pink unicorn and a fluffy white yeti... the engaging characters and simple stories are made all the more amiable by Quintanilla's whimsical, candy-colored illustrations. Humor and positivity abound in this winning series starter that is a natural fit for Elephant & Piggie fans." --- Booklist
"Sparkly, innocent, feel-good fun for readers needing just a bit of extra support before moving on to early chapter books." -- Kirkus Reviews