Children’s Book Review: Bee-ing Happy with Unicorn Jazz and Friends

Bee-ing Happy with Unicorn Jazz and Friends is a colorfuly illustrated happiness book in the Unicorn Jazz series, “Bee Happy” introduces adorable animals like a monkey, giraffe, octopus, gorilla, cat, frog, and of course, Woof the Crow, who show creative and fun ideas on what being happy can mean. 

Emotional intelligence, the self-awareness of emotions, and how we learn to respond to different circumstances using our emotions, is a vital skill we nurture in our children. As a parent, one of my biggest goals is to provide my children with greater understandings of their emotions. A wonderful feeling that I think all parents should focus on is happiness.

One of the ways you can expose children to being happy and invoking thoughts on what makes them happy is with books. “Bee-ing Happy with Unicorn Jazz and Friends” by Lisa Caprelli is a great children’s book that will have your children pondering what makes them happy. This book encourages happiness and appreciation for positive moments. Reading “Bee-ing Happy with Unicorn Jazz and Friends” aloud allows children the ability to recognize and share the many joys of their lives like trying on your mom’s clothes or going to the beach with family and friends.

Author, Lisa Caprelli includes discussion questions at the end of this book, along with some facts. You and your little one can use those discussions to explore their imagination and talk about what makes them happy. Another neat surprise that the author includes is a coloring page. The coloring page is an excellent opportunity for your little one to express their creativity and add their personal touch to the book.

This book will be a great read in any classroom or home and will win its way into your heart and onto your bookshelf. “Bee-ing Happy with Unicorn Jazz and Friends” will teach children that they can find happiness when they take the time to appreciate the wonderful things around them. 

Why and How to Use it With Your Kids

  • Great gift to give a child of any age.
  •  Use in a variety of settings including at home and in classrooms. 
  • Use alongside the Bee-ing Happy Coloring Book.
  • Create discussion with your children by utilizing the 10 questions offered in the book that encourage imagination.
  •  Sing the Official Unicorn Jazz Friendship song that accompanies the Unicorn Jazz Series.
  •  Build on the happiness examples in the book and have children come up with their own examples of what makes them happy.
  • Use in conjunctions with the official Unicorn Jazz Audio Book.
  • Cuddle up with your child and their very own Unicorn Jazz as you read the book together

Where Can I Find Bee-ing Happy with Unicorn Jazz and Friends?

You can find Bee-ing Happy with Unicorn Jazz and Friends by Lisa Caprelli on AMAZON and HERE.

Other Books in The Unicorn Jazz Series

Find out about these books HERE and check out my book review of Lisa Caprelli’s first book, Unicorn Jazz HERE.

The Spanish Version of Unicorn Jazz Is Now Available!

“Unicornio Jazz”, the Spanish edition of her book, is now available! Get your copy HERE. Stay tuned for the Spanish edition for “Bee-ing Happy with Unicorn Jazz and Friends.”

Available Worldwide - Unicorn Jazz Friendship Song That Accompanies Unicorn Books Series

You can find the Unicorn Jazz Friendship Song that accompanies the Unicorn Jazz book series below:

About the Author, Lisa Caprelli

Lisa is a writer; founder and brand creator of Unicorn Jazz stories and its mission.  She taught at Long Beach State, has experience in the elementary to high school classrooms.  And with a 25 year branding, public relations, FM/AM radio and podcasting, writing background, Lisa Caprelli, has made writing her life.  She is a Latina mom and an author of 12 books leading with children’s book series, Unicorn Jazz (English and Spanish); Skip a Step: Imparting Wisdom for Young Entrepreneur Minds, Color Your Message and Writing and Publishing Your Story and Turning it Into a Book.

 “I wrote the first book, Unicorn Jazz to help parents and teachers have important conversations with children that include compassion and understanding and to help children realize they have the power to reach out. I also wrote it to help children who look or feel different, who might be teased at school (like I was) to get some kind of support. This is a story that has many lessons depending on your child’s age.  Some top takeaways have been: “I am different and that’s awesome.”  “We’re all different as human beings.” “We all thrive for friendship, kindness and love in our lives.” 

About the Illlustrator, Davey Villalobos

Davey resides in El Paso, Texas with his family and siblings.  He has been drawing his whole life as early as age 4. Davey does 90% of his work alfresco while listening to music (from the smooth sounds of Dean Martin to the ear blasting riffs of Slayer).   Some of his favorite illustrators are Salvador Dali, Frank Frazzetta, Bob Kane (Batman). He enjoys being creative, intuitive and letting his imagination run wild. Davey will be publishing his first book this year.   He is a proud uncle of two and enjoys bike riding.

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All in all, my family and I have really enjoyed this book and we know you will too! Please feel free to leave me any comments or questions about this review. I look forward to hearing from you! 

* This book was kindly sent to me by Author, Lisa Caprelli in exchange for an honest review. 

16 comments on “Children’s Book Review: Bee-ing Happy with Unicorn Jazz and Friends

  1. Just seeing the unicorn on the book covers makes me happier. Really like that illustrations look like colored pencil. Makes them look more accessible and personally homemade to children.

  2. The illustration looks fine and this books sounds very well for kids! They will surely be encourage to read read and read.

  3. The illustration looks fine and this book sounds very well for kids! They will surely be encourage to read read and read.

  4. I love the look of these books, and it’s great there’s a Spanish version too. I’ll share this post with my friends with kids!

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