From School Library Journal
PreSchool-Grade 2–Normally, Little Hedgehog would be asleep at Christmas, but the cold wind wakes him up. From out of the blue (literally) comes a gift from Father Christmas–a red woolly hat, just the perfect size, except for his pesky quills. When the hat is all stretched out, Little Hedgehog rewraps it and leaves it on Rabbit's doorstep. He in turn gives it to Badger, who then passes it on to Fox. Heading out one evening, he comes across poor Little Hedgehog, unconscious in the snow. Fox wraps him in the hat and takes him to Rabbit's house, where Rabbit and Badger are having dinner. Little Hedgehog wakes up long enough to admire his nice warm blanket, and the other animals decide that the hat is perfect for him. Macnaughton's illustrations are simple and charming and the red hat has a touchable velvety texture, making this a good story for both intimate and large settings.–M. A.
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M. Christina Butler is a Good Books author.
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