'When Lucy makes a wish a dreamstone falls from the sky.
With the help of her young brother, Jack, Lucy secretly becomes the Ooma, the keeper who must care for a stone and then for Sharni, a tiny creature who carries the colours of the world in her fingers and a gold pen in her pointers.
From the very beginning having a dreamstone is not what you would think. Read this story and follow the adventures of Lucy – the sadness and tears, the joy and laughter – the trials of owning a dreamstone.
Did I say own?
Can you own a dreamstone?
Or if you do insist on owning it, will it stay just that, a stone for ever?' (Synopsis)