Why are unicorns so rare

EinHorn rarely comes alone / Kurt Einhorn Vol. 2

It's finally here, the second volume by Kurt, the Unicorn and a great adventure awaits young and old readers.

"KURT - EinHorn seldom comes alone" by Chantal Schreiber is about enchanted animals, magic potions and a chaotic two-horn. Our unicorn Kurz has his feet full again, and he would much rather eat marsh marigolds with relish. But such a real magical unicorn can't help but help. Plus there are Kurt's friends, Princess Flea in Pants, the cheeky bird Trill and a true ninja goldfish!

With the second volume, Chantal Schreiber worked perfectly on the first volume "KURT - Who wants to be a unicorn?" linked. The yellow cover shows Kurt as we know and love him. Colorfully designed shows ... more

It's finally here, the second volume by Kurt, the Unicorn and a great adventure awaits young and old readers.

"KURT - EinHorn seldom comes alone" by Chantal Schreiber is about enchanted animals, magic potions and a chaotic two-horn. Our unicorn Kurz has his feet full again, and he would much rather eat marsh marigolds with relish. But such a real magical unicorn can't help but help. Plus there are Kurt's friends, Princess Flea in Pants, the cheeky bird Trill and a true ninja goldfish!

With the second volume, Chantal Schreiber worked perfectly on the first volume "KURT - Who wants to be a unicorn?" linked. The yellow cover shows Kurt as we know and love him. Colorfully designed, it already shows us a little foretaste of the Zweihorn, Vogel Trill and is simply magical. Stephan Pricken's illustrations are simply wonderful and give the story that certain something. Who doesn't have to smile at the sight of the disgusting looking unicorn and its rose behind the ear?

In the story itself, there are a few important issues raised. It's not just about true friendship, courage and adventure, it also shows that it is worthwhile to stand up for something and to help others. In the book we find the topics of bullying, self-esteem and self-belief in a special way that is child-friendly. Educationally valuable and provided with a wonderful solution that encourages the little ones and can give them confidence. Chantal Schreiber chooses appropriate words, expressive, paired with a large portion of humor, which nicely loosen up the heavier topics. Overall a wonderful mix.

You can read the second volume for yourself, but I recommend starting with the first volume. You should get to know Kurt right from the start, then the joy of reading is all the greater. Recommended for ages 5 and up to read aloud.

Another special feature is the recognition effect in both books. Kurt's fur glitters when he has compassion for someone and Princess Flea wears pants instead of a dress. Both convey at the same time that feelings are important and that you can show them and that you can wear what you feel comfortable in - regardless of whether you are a girl or a boy.

"Kurt - EinHorn rarely comes alone" is a fairytale-like, exciting story that is very touching and simply enchants! With a smile guarantee!