The story is a journey of a unicorn named Trot who was forced to leave his home in order to save his family farm. With this story, Trot learned to have faith, believe in his self, conquer his fear and defeat all evils that disturb him. From ridicule to failure, Trot learns skills to draw upon strength of and within him to overcome and to reassess and move forward.
According to Matt Fleming, managing editor and books editor for Time Out Hong Kong, The Brave Unicorn is rich in “Great characters, great story, great read, great fun!”
Instead of looking for that hero from the outside, The Brave Unicorn, creatively helps students look to what’s inside them and be able to save themselves from tough situations, bullying, cyberbullying, failures and temptations.
Despite the potential damage of cyber bullying, it is alarmingly common among adolescents and teens. According to Cyber bullying statistics from the i-SAFE foundation:
Over half of adolescents and teens have been bullied online, and about the same number have engaged in cyber bullying.
More than 1 in 3 young people have experienced cyberthreats online.
Over 25 percent of adolescents and teens have been bullied repeatedly through their cell phones or the Internet.
Well over half of young people do not tell their parents when cyber bullying occurs.
According to Bullystatics.org, over half, about 56 percent, of all students have witnesses a bullying crime take place while at school. There are about 282,000 students that are reportedly attacked in high schools throughout the nation each month.