The Three Hedgehogs



The Three HedgehogsOne Morning, Three Hungry Hedgehogs Set Out In Search Of Food To Their Delight, They Discover An Apple Orchard And Ingeniously Carry Some Fruit Home With Them The Farm Woman, Infuriated That She Has Been Robbed, Sends A Posse Out To Arrest The Thieves But In A Surprising Turn Of Events, The Thieves Turn Into Heroes

Nace en 1964 en Huesca, Espa a Desde peque o escrib a y dibujaba cuentos y, le gust tanto hacerlo, que ahora se dedica a tiempo completo a crear historias Es licenciado en bellas artes en la especialidad de dibujo, ha trabajado como ilustrador para la Universidad y el Ayuntamiento de Alicante, entre otras instituciones y empresas de publicidad Sus libros le han merecido varios premios y han sido traducidos a muchos idiomas Tiene tres hijos, ha publicado m s de tres libros y ha plantado m s de tres rboles.Premio Nacional de Ilustraci n 2016.

[Reading] ➬ The Three Hedgehogs ➳ Javier Sáez Castán – Heartforum.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • The Three Hedgehogs
  • Javier Sáez Castán
  • English
  • 07 May 2018
  • 0888995954

10 thoughts on “The Three Hedgehogs

  1. FancyFatemeh says:

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  2. Fabiola says:

    Read by Jude Law for SAVEWITHSTORIES.

  3. Jennifer Parker says:

    I didnt like the story for this book, but did enjoy the different cultural phrases shared.

  4. Shivakukatla says:

    It s a good story

  5. Tayler K says:

    I saw this while I was weeding at the library and I love hedgehogs, so I had to stop and read it It was interesting I got the feeling it was writtenas an exercise than an actually written for children book It s presented as 2 pantomimes and a colophon, yet a glossary at the end explains that neither of the terms are actually used in their typical definitions The illustrations also incorporate a lot of foreign words from several languages, which makes for a very strange experience un I saw this while I was weeding at the library and I love hedgehogs, so I had to stop and read it It was interesting I got the feeling it was writtenas an exercise than an actually written for children book It s presented as 2 pantomimes and a colophon, yet a glossary at the end explains that neither of the terms are actually used in their typical definitions The illustrations also incorporate a lot of foreign words from several languages, which makes for a very strange experience until you come to the end and find they are also included in the glossary.But, points for hedgies

  6. Nancy says:

    Picked this up at the librarymy son and I LOVED it We got to the Glossary and kept going back to getandfrom the story SO CUTE and VERY interesting for my soon to be six year old who is interested in foreign languages The illistrations allow for a BIG story told in a pantomime in two acts and a colophon Spanish is interesting to my son since kids in school speak Spanish I took French so he was impressed that I knew ANYTHING besides English and we both liked the Latin reference Picked this up at the librarymy son and I LOVED it We got to the Glossary and kept going back to getandfrom the story SO CUTE and VERY interesting for my soon to be six year old who is interested in foreign languages The illistrations allow for a BIG story told in a pantomime in two acts and a colophon Spanish is interesting to my son since kids in school speak Spanish I took French so he was impressed that I knew ANYTHING besides English and we both liked the Latin references Great, quick read which keeps us thinking long after the story has been told

  7. Relyn says:

    Meh.What I actually wrote in my journal was, Yuck

  8. GraceAnne says:

    One of the books I use to show that European picture books are different from American picture books.

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