Ferdinand Fox and the Hedgehog by Karen Inglis
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A gentle rhyming picture book story with 8 pages of photos and facts about foxes and hedgehogs
‘Ferdinand Fox trotted down past the park, where the seesaws and swings stood still in the dark. His magnificent tail sailed along in the light of the streetlamp above, which lit up the night…’
‘That very same night, seeking bugs with her snout, Hatty the hedgehog was out and about. As soon as she smelled the scent of a fox, she scampered to hide in an old soggy box…’
When Ferdinand Fox meets Edmond the baby hedgehog playing out one night, little Ed shrieks and curls into a tight prickly ball. He thinks the fox will eat him! But Ed soon realises that he is safe, and has just met a very special fox!
Perfect to share children ages 3-5. Older siblings and grown-ups will love the rhyme too!