All of George’s family are yetis – except George. He is keen to find out when he can become a yeti, too. Grandad says it’ll be when he can survive alone on a frozen mountain, waiting to lure stray hikers to their doom. But George doesn’t like the sound of that.
George’s dad and big sister all have their own ideas as to when George will be able to become a yeti – but George isn’t keen on any of the things they suggest he must do, either.
When he feels despondent, Mum asks George, “Do you want to be a yeti?”
George realises that no! He does not!
Instead, he wants to be a unicorn! So George becomes a unicorn, and his father discovers that with cooperation and understanding, the whole family can work together and be happy and successful – despite their differences.