The Unicorn's Crown is a great adventure for Pathfinder characters and a fantastic introduction to the Ponyfinder universe. 58 pages long, the story is divided into four acts.
At each stage, player choices are open and allowed to affect the shape of the story. Players are rewarded for portraying ponies who solve problems without being your usual Pathfinder murder-hobos, but if that's the game your players want to play the module has advice for NPC reactions to choices.
It begins with an investigation and RP heavy interview sequence. Players are rewarded for finding the information, but if they fail the story doesn't grind to a halt. Each stage has options for moving the story along even if the players fail at their missions. This is not to say that their actions do not matter - the world is designed to react and respond to them and how they shape it.
At the end of this first book, players are faced with a decision that will shape the Empire - it is entirely in their hands.
The situations and challenges presented in this story are acceptable to play with young players while not being dumbed down in any way and still remaining fun for veteran/adult players.
The art by Sita Duncan & Tama’at Studio is vibrant and beautiful, and my only complaint is wanting more of it.