Luke was a strong, stately, well-built horse who lived in a town with other horses. He enjoyed spending time with his horse-friends in the stable and with the little girls of the community. But there was one thing about Luke that made him feel ashamed and insecure among his friends. His body was covered in dark brown spots from top to toe. Luke figured that there was only one way through which he would feel more accepted among his friends – he had to look like a unicorn, beautifully white and magically majestic. Old Brownie, the wisest horse in the stable, saw Luke’s sadness and tried to comfort him. He quickly came up with a brilliant plan to help Luke become a unicorn. Luke was very excited to join in the plan, but little did he know that Old Brownie was trying to teach him an important life lesson. Will Luke realize his dream of becoming a unicorn? Will he be able to deal with the thrilling consequences of being a unicorn? Will Luke’s friends approve of his new look?
Luke The Horse Who Wanted to be a Unicorn is an amazing book that will teach children valuable tools that involve love and acceptance. It's books like this that help our next generation evolve beyond the old limited mindsets that kept humanity in a state of stagnancy, fear and separation for so long. It's time we come together as a global family, and books like this are the foundations to helping our children move in this direction. Emmanuel Dagher, Global Ambassador of Peace, and Author of the Best-Selling books Easy Breezy Prosperity and Easy Breezy Miracles. This glorious story about Luke the spotted horse will forever alter the way children see themselves. The exceptional illustrations further enhance the powerful message: You are beautiful just the way you are. Marci Shimoff and Debra Poneman, International Bestselling Authors and Co-founders of Your Year of Miracles