Unicorns Come At Night

“Unicorns Come at Night: Jill faces the death of her beloved horse, Chestnut. Is there a happy place awaiting animals that die? During the night, Chestnut’s call catapults Jill out of bed. Is she dreaming when she sees a beautiful white-winged unicorn descending from a blanket of stars? This book's Bonus Feature: Horses, Donkeys and Mules. More

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About Pauline T Gallagher

I was born in Ireland, lived in England and Australia and finally settled down in Canada. I retired as an elementary and high school teacher and now I house and pet sit. This is our fourth year of pet sitting and the assignments have taken us to Britain, Europe, Tahiti, Australia and New Zealand. I always travel with my laptop. I blog children’s stories daily on http://childrenandteensstoriestomotivateandinspire.com

-Some years ago I wrote several children’s stories without an artist.
They were taken by Annex Press, Toronto to two publishing conferences in New York. They lost the contract, but stated my books were very publishable and not to ‘give up.’ One of my stories, “Mrs. Claus and the November Visit,” won in the Canadian Library Competition. It chooses short stories across Canada and publishes them in a yearly anthology called “Winners Circle.” Mine was the only children’s story selected.

-Fast forward to 2016 and the opportunity to use images from the copyright free Public Domain site. Now, I have four stories ready to become ebooks by end of October, 2016.
They are:
--Mrs. Claus and the November Visit
--Belinda’s Dandelion (about bullying)
--Unicorns Come at Night (about the death of a pet)
-- The Bouncing Blue Ball ( a fun story).

The following stories are almost ready....
--The Incredible Show and Tell Story
---Difference Spring Breaks
--Look Who is Helping Bo Beep Find Her Sheep
--Ranger Jabauri and the Serengetti Plain

Please visit my daily blogged children’s site that also provides more details and short extracts from these books.

Thank you
Pauline Gallagher

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