From the mists of time there comes a long-lost tale of unicorns.
When a homeless girl named Rielle and her dog, Pud, stumble into a wild and untamed forest, they meet the otherworldly unicorns of Wish.
Drawn into an ancient and forgotten legend, Rielle and Pud become entangled in an epic adventure of mystery, fate and consequences. Rielle discovers that when dreams unfold and magic happens, there can be no turning back!
In a forest of green and gold and in a time of legend, mystery and hope, Rielle and the faithful Pud journey deep into the unknown, and stumble into a world they could never have imagined!
Deby Adair is an Australian writer, author, artist and illustrator. She has written and illustrated since she was a young girl where she won awards and accolades, gaining significant recognition for her writing. However, it was many years later before she began writing for publication. She believes that everyone has a right to enjoy the wonderful and lifetime benefits of literacy and spreads the word where possible, such as during her school tour in the Australian 2012 National Year of Reading and book club or guest presentations. where she is a vibrant, engaging and informed speaker.
She loves all animals and believes we must take care of our natural world. Deby is writing more books and creating more artwork. Watch out for new books in the much-loved and acclaimed, 'The Unicorns of Wish' book series. She is a Friend of: www.love2read.org.au
Caught in a storm and all alone except for her dog, Rielle has no one she can count on.
By her wits, and the faithful Pud's mysterious nose for the remarkable, they soon discover that once the storm is over events have tugged them beyond the wall of their imagination.
Like all adventures, it's difficult to know if things have just become better or worse.
Wish: Dream's Beginning
‘Bear’s toes,’ Rielle wheezed as she sat up, ‘I feel like a squished plum. Do you know just how heavy you are, Pud?’ She hugged him hard, though, and they huddled almost happily for a moment. ‘We have each other,’ she whispered, ‘and I think we’re safe for now.’ Outside the tree-cave, lightning flashed and thunder roared.