When a big box arrives one morning, Bridget Fidget leaps out of bed and spins down the stairs. She knows what's inside-a unicorn! After all, she's always wanted a pet unicorn, so it must be a pet unicorn. But inside the box is just another . . . smaller . . . box. And it's buzzing. This is no unicorn. But could it possibly be something even better?
For all kids whofive ever wanted what they couldn-t have (because it's a mythical creature or just beyond the family budget), here's Bridget Fidget-the girl in a whirl who finally sees that even better things can come in unexpectedly small packages. Like Eloise and Olivia before her, Bridget's got moxie to spare.
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Bridget wants a pet unicorn more than anything in the world. When a box arrives, she opens it, leaves the packing peanuts everywhere, and puts the box in bed with her sleeping mom. She and her parents open the box, and it's not a unicorn, but a cuckoo clock. Where's her new pet? It turns out to be a ladybug that flies in through the window.The illustrations are cute, but the story is lame.