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Hedgehog Art Through The Ages Paperback – November 11, 2016
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Princess Perdita Pricklepants, Grand Duchess of Tiggy-Winkle, Defender of Hufflepuff, Empress of Quillonia, and Dominions beyond the Seas is one of the foremost experts in hedgehog art, literature, and cinema, as well as a startup founder extraordinaire, former Presidential candidate, etiquette and manners expert, advice columnist, blogger of wonder, pirate adventurer, space explorer, and Practically Perfect Hedgehog, among many other things.
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Hedgehogs’ even-keeled temperaments were essential in convincing their fellow travelers on the Ark not to eat the prey animals that would be required to repopulate the food chain. Hedgehogs were there to warn the Babylonians against the unsafe foundations of high-rise towers, and to council Nero against his ill-fated music career. The House of Pricklepants swore its loyalty to the House of Pendragon in the court of King Arthur.
Though the focus of this book is more modest, its subject matter is no less important in the critical war against reality. Without the contributions of Princess Penelope and her heir Perdita – long live Her Highness – the seminal role of hedgehogs in the history of fun art might be lost to posterity.
Seriously though, this is a splendid book, well made with love and quality printing materials. Set it on your coffee table and watch children and adults alike become spellbound ツ
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S M Bach has taken his love of hedgehogs and a love for fine art and blended them into this wonderful table book.
I am thrilled to own this tribute to his hedgehogs, Penelope and Perdita. The art is beautiful in its own right and the addition of African Pygmy Hedgehogs just makes everything so much better.
Take your love of the classics to a new level with this charming amalgamation. I highly recommend it.