Katherine Coppinger's stories were originally written to read to her grandchildren. Now she has decided to present one of them to FutureWord, who is now ready to illustrate a 22 page story that actually was first written out to take up the space of a novella for children if combined with the sister story, Nanny and the Frocodile King.
The storybook opens with Kirstin and Michael flying kites while Nanny is working in the flower bed. Their kites look like a dragon and a unicorn. Suddenly, the kites come to life and the dragon soars upward to a castle somewhere in the sky with Michael tucked away snugly with his dragon tail. Nanny and Kirstin are left with the unicorn who explains that the dragon is really a mean sorcerer who would like to marry the unicorn but when she refused, he turned her into a unicorn and himself into a dragon. The kidnapping of Michael is a just a lure for her to go to his rescue so the sorcerer can try to get her to change her mind and marry him. Nanny won't tolerate this. According to Kirstin's faith in Nanny, it will all be over for the dragon once Nanny arrives. So off they go with the unicorn to attempt the rescue.
The 8 by 10 children's picture book has 44 pages of text and pictures. The total number of pages is 50. It is perfect bound and is available on Amazon. See www.futureword.net for details.