One Special Sleepover

Publisher: Little Tiger Press

Hedgehog is having his first sleepover. He and all his friends will be able to snuggle under his new, red blanket.

As Hedgehog shakes out his blanket, a gust of wind blows it away over the treetops. It lands in the river and is seen floating away.

Hedgehog is very upset, but his friends suggest they could make a new blanket in time for the sleepover.

They all fetch snippets of cloth that remind them of the good times they have had as friends. Together they sew a new patchwork blanket, but there is still a hole in the middle, and no material left! What can they do?

A gentle story about friendship and sleepovers, with textured, soft focus illustrations.

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