Princess Salina and the Unicorn
Just as Princess Salina is to marry the Prince of Latonia, she runs off through the forest on her trusted unicorn, Moonbeam, where she finds herself in a terrible predicament which only a wise old wizard can save her from and then she finds the love of her life.
Genre: Children's - Ages 6-10
Pages: 28 with Illustrations
Posted by Clarbojahn on 22nd Nov 2013
Salina and the Unicorn is a delightful read for kids and adults who like children’s stories. The illustrations are impeccable and do much to further the enjoyment of the story. The story is about a princess who gets lost after running away from an unhappy marriage, one the father arranged. She soon gets involved with the witch. (Every princess story has one you know.) And finds her true love in a way that is totally enchanted and if I told you more I’d be giving away the story. I highly recommend this story as one your children will want you to read again and again, if only to see the precious art that informs the story.