One Starry Night by M. Christina Butler

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Little Hedgehod and his friends are on an exciting adventure to see a shower of sparkly shooting stars. But soon they fall into some trouble…

 

About M. Christina Butler

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Author M. Christina Butler came to writing children's books after working as a playground supervisor, a preschool nursery supervisor, and a director of a primary school. Tina Macnaughton was born in Edinburgh studied illustration before going on to work as a graphic designer for Grosvenor of London and Hasbro. She now illustrates picture books full-time.
 
Published August 1, 2012 by Little Tiger Press. 28 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Frequent collaborators Butler and Macnaughton present another Little Hedgehog story, this time about rain and a very special umbrella.

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Bedtime stories about animals that sleep in daytime are increasingly numerous, but this one, about a young fox who stays up past its dawn bedtime, stands out sweetly.

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The sparkling effect is also used for Little Hedgehog’s Santa hat and Christmas packages on the cover illustration and interwoven into the plot, as Little Hedgehog tries to make his homemade decorations fancier and his house more “Christmas-y.” In several endearing illustrations, Little Hedgehog ...

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What child can resist a picture book featuring a multitude of sweet baby animals?

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When a great wind blows apart Little Hedgehog’s nest, he snuggles into his vivid orange-and-red hat, scarf and mittens.

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From his window one night, Hedgehog sees a silver shower of stars sparkling and flashing across the sky.

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