Nobin's Rainbow Now Available

The author of the book, “How Santa Got a Unicorn for Christmas,”
brings you a timeless message of kindness and acceptance. 

In search of the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, Nobin, the pig, is met by unexpected companions on her journey and they all learn an important life lesson.

Sharon Freyaldenhoven is the author of the book, “How Santa Got a Unicorn for Christmas,” which featured the magic of Christmas. “Nobin’s Rainbow” presents the underlying moral dear to Sharon’s heart, that no one should be pre-judged because of their color, their looks, or their economic or social status (or in the case of fictional animals – the stereotype of their species).  

With beautiful illustrations and a heartfelt message, Nobin's Rainbow reminds us to be kind to everyone we meet.

Written by Sharon Freyaldenhoven. Illustrations by Natalie Totire Brinley. Published by Best Seller Bound. Visit to purchase online.

Sharon Freyaldenhoven

Sharon is an author, a poet, a community activist, a scholarship pageant volunteer, and a philanthropist. She is the mother of 2 and the grandmother of 5. Her husband died in 2014.  

Articles about her community work, her writing, and her family’s business have appeared in the magazines, “501” and “Faulkner Lifestyle;” and some of her poems have been printed in the Log Cabin Democrat, Conway’s newspaper. 

Sharon attended the University of Arkansas Community College in Morrilton, Arkansas. She has worked in various businesses in secretarial, then administrative, then owner/managerial levels, and she retired in 1999.

Sharon is a member of the Conway Writer’s Group, the Conway Chamber of Commerce, and The Rotary Club.  She likes to donate to the local homeless shelter. She is a volunteer in the Miss America Scholarship system, which includes the Miss Conway, and Miss Arkansas pageants, and includes the Miss Outstanding Teen Pageants at each of those levels. This activity has made her a friend, advisor, and confidante to many young ladies over the years.