The Children’s Book Review | October 15, 2019
In our seventh installment of the “Learn to Draw on TCBR” series, Jessika von Innerebner, author-illustrator of Kevin the Unicorn: It’s Not All Rainbows, teaches us how to draw the fabulous Kevin—a unicorn who now knows that not every day has to be perfect. We LOVE this picture book, and we LOVE this drawing tutorial!
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Written and Illustrated by Jessika von Innerebner
Publisher’s Synopsis: A unicorn’s bad day turns into a laugh-out-loud look at the pressure to be perfect and the importance of expressing your feelings.
Everyone knows that unicorns are perfect. They are glamorous and glittery, and their smiles make rainbows appear! But Kevin is having a less-than-perfect day. First, he wakes up on the wrong side of the bed …on the floor. Then he discovers that his mane is so wild that even his Super-Perfect-Hair-Day-Spray can’t tame it. And the day just gets worse from there. Kevin does his best to keep his outlook sunny, but it’s hard to keep smiling when everything goes horribly wrong!
Ages 3-7 | Publisher: Dial Books | October 22, 2019 | ISBN-13: 978-1984814302
About the Author-Illustrator
Jessika von Innerebner is a self-taught artist who landed her first illustration job at 17 and has been coloring her way through studios like Disney and Atomic Cartoons ever since. Jess is the illustrator of several picture books and chapter books, but It’s Not All Rainbows is her author-illustrator debut. She and her illustrator husband live in Canada.
Discover more books like ‘Kevin the Unicorn: It’s Not All Rainbows,’ written and illustrated by Jessika von Innerebner, by checking out our reviews and articles tagged with Emotional Intelligence, Feelings, Humorous Books, Picture Book, and Unicorns (of course). Be sure to follow along with our Learn To Draw series, too!