Monday, 22 May 2017

Gloria and the Unicorn by Wanda Luthman





A lovely children's book with a wonderful message.

The book encourages its readers to be happy and to love themselves.

Gloria looks different from other children, but thanks to Sir Louie, a magical unicorn, she learns to accept that it's ok to be different.









The Book:

Gloria and the Unicorn is a story that will delight you as well as pull on your heart strings as Gloria struggles with her facial disfigurement and wanting to fit in. Gloria’s mother died at birth and her father gave her to Miss Libby, the owner of a children’s home. Miss Libby loves the little girl and feels protective of her. But, it’s not until Sir Louie, the unicorn, shows up that Gloria starts to believe in herself. She has a conflict at school and never wants to go back and then she finds herself in an even worse situation; she encounters the evil Wizards of Malcadore who want to kill her. She must decide if she will face her fear of certain death to save her friend, Sir Louie, or lose him forever. Come along on Gloria’s marvelous journey with Sir Louie.




The Author:

Wanda published her first children's book, The Lilac Princess, in 2014. She loves to write in her free time. Her day job is being a High School Guidance Counselor.

Her goal in writing for children is to help them be the best they can be. So, using her Guidance skills, she has infused each of her story's with a social/emotional, character ed-sy message such as forgiveness, perseverance, self-acceptance, and love conquering evil.

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