Reviewed by Alissa C. (age 8)
I like this book because I like unicorns and I like how magical it was when the unicorn became real. For example, the unicorn was on a piece of paper and then it turned into a real unicorn. This book taught me what it was like in New York during the Great Depression. At that time a lot of people had no home or money. They lost their jobs and had hardly any food. My favorite part was when Jack and Annie were riding the unicorn and the weather turned nice and sunny. This was magical to me. I liked the illustrations because they helped me understand the story. They were very detailed and also showed what the characters looked like. This book is part of a Magic Tree House series. It is different from all of the Magic Tree House books I have read because it includes a unicorn and it takes place in New York.
I recommend this book to kids who are 7 years and up and also like fiction books. I also recommend this book to kids who love magic and unicorns.