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!
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.
Emily Isabel is a 12-year-old actress, singer, and model. Her recent works include playing the part of Brigitta during The Sound of Music’s national tour and appearing in a number of various commercials.
The following is an excerpt written by Unicorn Jazz Social Media Manager, Amanda Keaton, who defines what leadership means to her after mentoring and working under the guidance of our children’s author, Lisa Caprelli. This was a college essay done by Amanda — through her own personal experience and interviews with those affiliated with UJ who play a big role
Rhett Drennen is a young musician, singer, actor and storyteller. He is quick witted and can easily create a stellar art of performance – out of a question such as Why do books matter?
Leaders Can Change the World just like Sesame Street influenced generations to come! Children’s author, Lisa Caprelli decided to take massive action since COVID-19 struck in March of 2020.
Casting Call for fun upbeat music video. Unicorn Jazz’s Dance & Sing With Me song.
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Whether your child or student misses going to school because of social distancing, continue to share the joy of reading, literacy and creative writing!
Sofia Swade is a 12-year-old singer, musician, and actress who is a shining presence. She is a wonderful part of our Unicorn Jazz community as seen in our 12 Days of Christmas musical special. Sofia did even more with “always being kind.” She joined our collective efforts with the Children’s Hospital of Orange County book drive. And be sure to