One Winter's Day by M. Christina Butler


One Winter's Day by M. Christina Butler

When Little Hedgehog's nest is blown away in a terrible storm, he wraps up warmly and sets off for Badger's house. On his way Hedgehog meets lots of animals shivering in the wind and snow. One by one, he gives them his cosy mittens, hat and scarf. But will Little Hedgehog make it through the storm to safety? The Little Tiger Press picture book and CD sets are a great aid to improving reading skills and are perfect for bedtime, for journeys or for listening together. Each picture book is accompanied by a CD featuring a fantastic telling of the story, complete with music and sound effects.


The longer text in One Winter's Day makes it ideal to read to older children but it is also simple enough for beginner readers to read. This would be a great story to include in a classroom theme about seasons. It could also be used to stimulate discussions on kindness and giving as Little Hedgehog's friends repay his kindness by building him a new nest. - Story Snug

About the Author

M Christina Butler was born in Scarborough and now lives in Driffield, East Yorkshire. She has written many best-selling books for Little Tiger Press, including the Little Hedgehog books, One Snowy Night, One Winter's Day and One Rainy Day. Gavin Scott lives in Somerset with his partner and little boy. He studied Natural History illustration at Bournemouth Art College before becoming an artist for Hallmark cards. Gavin loves the countryside and draws a lot of his influence from it.

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Mixed media product
Contains CD-I and Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3


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Publication date

1st September 2011



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