Unicorn Jazz and its unicorn books made up of entertaining stories aim to be found in animation cartoons, streaming television, YouTube, Amazon Prime, classroom technology and communities. A unicorn is globally recognized character and there is a tremendous amount of visions that lead to action steps that happen weekly thanks to the collaboration of many incredible people.
Children’s Picture books based on Songs are so important to Unicorn Jazz. After all, music is life. And life is music! Take a look at these children’s books and songs that accompany their positive messages about social emotional learning.
Alena Jean Bernardi is a woman of many artistic talents. As an avid vocalist, songwriter, actress, and composer in the past, Alena is also a music educator with a unique method of emphasizing the art of spiritual teaching through sound.
Joining us on The Thing I Do for a fun showcase feature about flying small planes will be avid aviation enthusiast, Lori Valerio! A woman of many skills, hobbies, and things that she loves to do, Lori is an experienced social worker who has been in the profession since the mid-80s.
Elsa is a book author and podcaster of the radio program Wings of Love (Alas de Amor), which focuses on the wellbeing and safety of children by using discipline in loving ways without the need of threats or corporeal punishments.
The Aaron Community Cultural Center (ACCC) is a non-profit organization that provides many helpful services to those in need, including shared housing, youth employment preparation, support groups, life skills coaching, and food distribution to individuals and families in need of groceries.
Ocean Animals Book For Kids new book! The oceanic world is a big place (more than twice the size of all the land on Earth combined), so Unicorn Jazz and friends have a ton of sea creatures to meet!
Hindi’s Libraries began as a small community effort to pay tribute to a phenomenal young woman, educator, and mother who tragically passed away at the young age of 32 in the summer of 2018, Dr. Hindi Krinsky. To continue Hindi’s legacy, family and friends chose to build three free-standing libraries in her children’s school.
Friendship, teamwork, and forgiveness are all important – Interview of Children’s Author Donna Cowan
Lakeasha Williams is a long-time educator and principal of Shine Shine P.S. 399 in Brooklyn, New York. Born and raised in Brooklyn herself, Williams’ approach to education takes into consideration all aspects of life, however, she is most known in her local area and by her students for her organization of social justice and empowerment programs and events.