Florence is a frog, but believes she is a hedgehog due to all the things she has in common with hedgehogs.
She argues that she likes to swim, eat beetles and slugs, and hibernate - all things that a hedgehog does so well. However, her friend Herbert the Hedgehog is on hand to rebuff all her arguments and provide logical thinking to finally make Florence see that she is a frog and not a hedgehog.
A light-hearted book showing that it is better to be yourself and celebrate the differences between friends.
Cat Taylor was born and brought up on a croft in North East Scotland and has a Masters Degree in Medieval Studies. Her years as an event manager creating imaginative children's events at a castle provided an inspirational environment for her to become an author. Cat has a real zest for life and loves being adventurous.
Great short story which is different from other children's books we have been reading. Lovely rhymes throughout and we like the fact that all the points made about frogs and hedgehogs are true! Fantastic read!
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