The First Unicorn by Kathleen J. Shields

The First Unicorn by Kathleen J. Shields.

Almost everyone knows what a unicorn is, but do you know where they came from? Who was the first unicorn? How did he get his golden horn? And why did others follow in his footsteps?

Aden is a young horse, who believes that giving of his time and gifts is the best way to share hope in the world. One evening, he is visited by an angel who bestows a gift of gold upon his forehead, “You cannot see or spend it. It’s for others to behold.” Yet, when he returns home that evening, the herd sees the horn as a weapon and chases him away.

Sad but not discouraged, Aden continues to help and care for others. However, when his mother gets injured, he discovers his horn can perform miracles. It was that first miracle that softened the hearts of the others and inspired them to lead a God-filled life as well.

This story is about love, acceptance, kindness and giving. It is the story of the First Unicorn and how God’s creation would succeed at greatness.

“Anything is possible if love is what you choose. Miracles can happen if you share the good news.”

5 Stars: Love, Acceptance, Kindness and Giving.

‘The First Unicorn’ is the prequel to the Award-Winning children’s masterpiece titled ‘The First Unibear.’

Like with ‘The First Unibear’ children’s imagination will soar, as the colorful illustrations bring to life, the skillfully written and inspired story. The fantasy is enchanted and the lessons taught will remain in each child’s heart.

This story is about a young horse named Aden. Rather than staying with the herd, his energy and goals bring adventure and friendship to all those he meets. Aden’s prayers are answered, after his mother gets injured. God blesses Aden with a remarkable gift and miracles begin to happen.

Aden becomes a leader through love, acceptance and giving. It is Aden’s first miracle that softened the hearts of the others and inspire them to lead a God filled life.

I recommend this picture book for all young readers 4-10 years old. ‘The First Unicorn’ and ‘The First Unibear’ should be placed in community, church, and school libraries. I hope this book finds its ways to those children confined to hospitals and homeless shelters.

Editorial Review (Book Marketing Global Network).

Product Details:
Paperback: ‎47 Pages
Publisher: ‎Erin Go Bragh Publishing (July 31, 2023)
Aashay Utkarsh (Illustrator)
Language: ‎English
Children: Christian Animal Fiction
Children: Christian Inspirational Books
Children: Christian Values Fiction
Children: Dragon, Unicorn & Mythical Stories
Children: Age Range: 4-10

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About Author Kathleen J. Shields: Kathleen J. Shields is a prolific writer with more than 30 published books! She is creative, highly imaginative and an extremely dedicated, hardworking individual. Some award-winning books are the “Hamilton Troll’s Adventures” and “The Painting” which is Christian Fiction. She also runs her own graphic and website design company as well as a Publishing Company.

Kathleen has been writing poetry and rhyming stories for decades both for fun and for hire in custom greeting cards and for local speaking engagements. She enjoys sharing her rhyming stories and talking with folks about how they too can write if they put their mind to it.

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