HEDGEHOG ADVENTURES by Betty Jo Stanovich

HEDGEHOG ADVENTURES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Three small, feeble misadventures featuring brash Hedgehog and his long-suffering (of course) friend Woodchuck. In the first, searching for adventures, they get stung by bees and dunked in the river, then contentedly settle for good eats in the kitchen. The second has to do with where Hedgehog should plant his flower seeds (after trying lots of dumb places, he settles for his original spot); the third, with a rainstorm that spoils Hedgehog's plan to show Woodchuck ""the world at night."" This is not only a derivative item, it's almost totally lacking in imagination, style, or charm.

Pub Date: Feb. 15th, 1983
Publisher: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard