The Three Hedgehogs by Javier Saez Castan

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Three hedgehogs living in a little house on a farm are desperately hungry and decide to steal three apples from the orchard. This infuriates the farmers who set out on an expedition to arrest the thieves. But a witness has some surprising new proof that turns the criminals into heros.

Word play and visual puns abound in this witty and enchanting book by a brilliant young Spanish author and illustrator.

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Javier Saez Castan is a Spanish author and illustrator.
Published April 13, 2004 by Groundwood Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Originally published in Spanish, this quirky semi-political tale is embedded in a complicated format, presented as a "pantomime in two acts and a colophon" (a glossary defines a pantomime, "in this case," as a short comic play, and a colophon, also "in this case," as a short scene at the end of t...

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