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Russell, John (August 30, 2023). "District halts all new library books because of a " sexually suggestive" kids' book about a kitten". LGBTQ Nation . Retrieved September 2, 2023. In its Rainbow Shiny form ( view), the Kittycorn emits particles which cycle through various different colors, every particle is differently colored than the other, dissimilar to its shiny counterpart. Each particle varies in size and shape. The nametag of the Kittycorn cycles through the colors of the rainbow. Benson, Lee (October 30, 2022). "Shannon Hale and friends: Of all things to ban, not books". Deseret News . Retrieved September 5, 2023.
Johnston, Rich (March 17, 2020). "Million Dollar Deal for Wonder Woman's Shannon Hale and LeUyen Pham's Itty Bitty Kittycorn". Bleeding Cool . Retrieved August 2, 2023. When a real unicorn visits, Kitty finally sees how different she is in comparison. Her sad feelings do not last long though, as it is revealed that Kitty's admiration goes both ways because the unicorn has a headband with fluffy pink kitty ears. They are both kitty-corns! "I knew that another kitty-corn like you would see," says the unicorn; "Yes," says Kitty, "I see you."  Controversy [ edit ]
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In its Shiny form ( view), the Kittycorn emits several shaped particles, usually in the shape of either stars or circles. These particles are yellow in color. The nametag of the Kittycorn switches to vibrant yellow color.
This section is a trivia section. Please relocate any relevant information into other sections of the article. Cybils Finalists". Children's and Young Adult Book Lover's Literary Awards. Archived from the original on 2023-03-28 . Retrieved 2023-03-27. a b "Children's Book Review: Itty-Bitty Kitty-Corn". Publishers Weekly. January 7, 2021 . Retrieved September 2, 2023.After the publication of Itty-Bitty Kitty-Corn, Hale received accusations of being a groomer; Hale's response was that "a message in children’s books to be who you are is a very old concept. I’m not doing anything new here."