Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Fairy Animals of Misty Wood: Hailey the Hedgehog by Lily Small, Children's, 5 years +, 10/10E

August 2013, Egmont, 144 pages, Paperback, Review copy

Themes: using your talent to help others, working as a tea, preparing for a big celebration, reasons why some  people get upset, finding solutions to problems, doing good deeds is rewarding, making others smile will make you smile, woodland in winter, dressing up,

Content: feel good factor

Summary by Egmont

Enter an enchanted world of animal friends . . . Each cute animal has its own pair of pretty fairy wings, and a special job to do in Misty Wood to make it a wonderful place to live.

  In book 5, Hailey the Hedgehog is excited about the Christmas Parade! As Hailey flutters around Misty Wood, she meets lots of other Fairy Animals having trouble getting ready for the parade. But how can Hailey help? Maybe her hedgehog spikes will come in handy . . .

Nayuleska's thoughts 
Hailey is a helpful hedgehog, she always stops to help others even though it might make her late. Her good deeds don't go unnoticed by those she helps who give her elegant rewards and by a special someone who grants Hailey a great honour. She's a hedgehog I'd love to have as a friend. Hailey is sweet to look at, but the animal which stole my breath for cuteness is the Moonbeam mole - awww doesn't do justice to this cute critter!

Suggested read
Check out other titles in the Animals of Misty wood series like Mia the Mouse who is adorable! 

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