Unicorn of Death
by Rachel Hert
Lisa has to save her Father from a fever that wont go away. She also has to save him from the Unicorn of Death. According to the legends that Lisa was told, the Unicorn of Death takes the soul of a dead person to where it must go.
Shes not ready to lose her Father, so she goes out to find a witch who may have a cure. Lisa gets an herb for the tea from the witch.
After the tea is given to her Father, Lisa is once again confronted by the Unicorn of Death. Then she remembers that she was sick, not her Father, and she died. The Unicorn of Death was there for her, not her Father.About the Author
Author Rachel Hert found writing stories a fun way to escape her everyday life with disabilities. She is a graduate of the Institute of Childrens Literature. Her hobbies include writing, reading, drawing, painting, crafts, collecting cat and unicorn figurines, and spending time with her family and cats. She lost her Dad to a heart condition in 2005. He was her inspiration for Unicorn of Death. Her parents continue to inspire her writing. She lives in the county of Poplar Bluff, Missouri, with her Mom, Mary, and her sister, Mary G., and her eight cats: Snowball, Tiger, Snowflake, Lightning, Tigger, Cali, Silhouette, and Dutchess.(2012, paperback, 30 pages)