"Slow to start, Weigelt's story becomes truly funny when the hunters enter the scene; the contrast between the deadpan text and Horatio's absurd hiding places is pitch-perfect for preschoolers, who know only too well how to hide in plain sight. (Picture book. 4-7)"
PLB 0-7358-1068-0 Woodland creatures are terrified to discover a hippopotamus in their midst, but when they discover he's a friendly fellow, his size becomes less intimidating.
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