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?
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.
Unicorn books for kids are at the heart of children and generations to come. Upholding the Unicorn Jazz series theme, imparting life lessons matter. These best-selling books support social-emotional learning in young readers.
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.
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
Put smiles on their faces and give time to those you care about, are important in the journey of making your own unique music. Chris Froelich is a musician and songwriter who wants to be known and remembered for being the musical creative who enjoyed connecting with people on a deep level.
An actress, model, competitive dancer, singer, and songwriter, Everleigh Murphy is an incredibly talented and positively energetic third grader with curly red hair, vibrant blue eyes, and adorable freckles who loves to perform.
What does a unicorn kids book for adults look like? Well, with Unicorn Jazz you can truly find meaning as an adult, too! By Aisha Armer
Valerie Shyokina is a wonderful and talented voice-over artist and actress who wants to be known for being the lady with the silly & quirky personality who does all the cute and funny voices for kid’s shows.
October is National Bullying Prevention month and an important time for educators, parents, grandparents, and children to come together to understand what bullying is and what we can do as a community to help combat the negative effects of it.