The Hedgehog



The Hedgehog Finger Puppet is one I personally love, and my grandson thinks so, too! It is adorable and so much fun to play with. Great for storytelling! 


Product Description

Hedgehog Finger Puppet

Beware of this "prickly" hedgehog in the garden. This finger puppet is four inches long with soft plush spines. 

Ages 3 to 7 years 

Produced By: Folkmanis 

The children's author and illustrator, Jan Bre...Image via WikipediaPrice $7.99

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Monthly, I receive a wonderful newsletter, sign up at Blogs 'n' Books from Jan Brett. She's a fabulous author and illustrator. She is not published by Barefoot Books but I do love her children's books.

You don't want to miss out on "Hedgie wants to be a blue angel coloring page."


Wikipedia says:

"The name 'hedgehog' came into use around the year 1450, derived from the Middle English 'heyghoge', from 'heyg', 'hegge' = hedge, because it frequents hedgerows, and 'hoge', 'hogge' = hog, from its piglike snout. Other names include 'urchin', 'hedgepig' and 'furze-pig'."








National Geographic Kids has some facts and photos about these interesting hedgehogs at http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/animals/creaturefeature/hedgehog/  


More facts about Hedgehogs can be found at http://www.hedgehogs.org/










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