Synopsis: Iris would usually love to go visit the unicorns with her younger sister Ruby. But with a big school report due the next day, Iris has to focus. She doesn’t have time to visit the unicorns. And she is not in the mood to listen to Ruby’s problems. But when Ruby goes missing, Iris worries she’s made a big mistake. With the help of stallions Ember Shadow and Tempest, Iris searches the Enchanted Realm for Ruby. Can she find her sister and make things right before it’s too late?
Release Date: 1st January 2022
Genres: Middle Grade, Family, Fantasy, Magic,
Thank you so much to Jolly Fish Press and Netgalley for the earc to read and review.
Review: This was really sad and also utterly sweet. Ruby and Iris have a fight and Ruby runs into the magical forest alone and finds herself stuck and hurt. I loved that it had a bit of a scarier story.
Iris was amazing and clever, she used all her brain power to find a way to save her sister and also get the wonderful unicorns to come and help them out. It also teaches forgiveness which is such an important lesson to learn.
This was a really sweet read and another great addition to this unicorn series. If you’ve read the previous books you’ll love this new addition, if you’ve not read the series you really should, especially if you’ve got young kids who would love and adore these magical books.
About Author: A former teacher and librarian, Laurie J. Edwards is the author of more than 2300 articles and 30 books in print or forthcoming under several pen names. She also juggles freelance editing and illustration careers.
The Teeny Tiny Woman, a picture book she illustrated was selected by RIF (Reading Is Fundamental) as part of their Billion E-Book Gift program, and 200 million copies were given to support literacy.
Edwards has an MA from Vermont College and an MFA from Hollins University in Writing & Illustrating for Children.