Jessie’s Unicorn tells the enchanting tale of a perfect friendship that most little girls dream of. Jessie is a young girl, who in her loneliness as a child she creates her true best friend, a unicorn named Roamey. Roamey lives in a world of magic and happiness. When Jessie becomes vulnerable to her common fears as a child, Roamey’s presence is needed more. As Jessie grows older and discovers real friends and real life challenges of her own, her imaginings (including Roamey) are slowly forgotten. As weeks, months and years pass, Roamey is left lost and alone, unable to become the spirited creature he once was. It is when Jessie, now an adult, finds a long missed piece of her childhood dream world that she remembers her imaginary friend and the magical world she once evolved around. Roamey is finally brought to life again and given another chance of friendship and happiness.
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Children that enjoy delving into a mythical and magical world will benefit from reading this book. Children are also able to gain an understanding on how their perceptions and beliefs will change as they grow up. Adults can connect to this story on another level and appreciate its relevance to their fantasy worlds from when they were a child as well.