When the lost giants meet the long-lost wands and staffs created by unicorns aeons ago, there must be one outcome – to heal Wish and the outside world from the malice of the bleak invader. At last...Book 5, the final book of The Unicorns of Wish Books, reveals the secrets of the tomes of the First Ones, Mirabella’s magic and the mystery of Hope!
'It was whispered that the trees were more than just modest land-bearing beings. It was whispered that they bonded land with sky, sky with earth, earth with sea and sea with stars. Perhaps they even stirred the suns…'
Deby Adair is an Australian writer and artist. Her published works include children's books, short stories and essays.
An avid organic gardener and environmentalist, she loves all animals and believes we must take care of our natural world. Over the years, she counts herself fortunate enough to have shared her life with a variety of wonderful and inspirational animals, many of them inspiring her series, The Unicorns of Wish Books.
She believes that everyone has a right to the lifetime benefits of literacy. Having participated in many school events, she counts one of her favourites as having read for the National Simultaneous Storytime, in Australia.
Writing the Unicorn Kisses books has been a fascinating journey, not just for her readers but for the author, who has also created a huge body of accompanying artwork.
Book Five of The Unicorns of Wish Books - the final book of the series - will be released in late 2020!
The tentacles of evil sneak through cracks and small places where many cease to look or even understand. And then it takes the mighty to unite..
Journey of Trees
‘Awaken them,’ he breathed into the ruined night. ‘Awaken them and send us their might. Let the trees who speak with the stars, the clouds, the rocks and the sun, who reach deep into soil and into good men’s hearts, let them come to this mountain-top and bear their great mastery, joined with the Tree of Life. Call them! We must oust this monster that mocks us, before Wish, and the outside world, are destroyed!’