This is a reading for a book aimed at children for ages 3-6.
North American (General)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Once there was a unicorn, he was white like the moon, and his horn was magic. It could make rainbows, it could make muddy water clear. It could fix cuts and broken bones, but the unicorn did not care about his magic horn. He wished he had wings. The unicorn went to a castle. The castle had a garden. It was filled with flowers and butterflies. I wish I had wings like yours, the unicorn said to a butterfly. My wings are too tiny for you, said the butterfly. The unicorn went to the woods. He looked up into the trees. Birds flew and landed in the tree branches. I wish I had wings like yours, the unicorn said to a Bluebird. My wings are the wrong color for you, said the bluebird.