Children, parents and grandparents will fall in love with Ferdinand Fox, Hatty the hedgehog and her baby son Ed in this delightful rhyming picture book story. Includes eight pages of fun 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 tale 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 alone 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. Also introducing Hatty, Ed's mum... Perfect to share with toddlers, pre-school or kindergarten children at home or in the classroom or for home schooling. Older siblings and grown-ups will also love the rhyme! Includes eight pages of fun photos and facts about foxes and hedgehogs, to share with young children. Also in this series: Ferdinand Fox's Big Sleep - a firm favourite at school visits!
This is Book 1 in the Ferdinand Fox Adventures Series. See all Ferdinand Fox Adventures books here.
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Karen Inglis lives in London, not far from Richmond Park. She has been writing ever since she was little and still has a box of her secret diaries hidden in a cupboard somewhere. She has two boys (now grown up) who inspired her to start writing for children. She also writes for business but has much more fun making up stories!
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