The Hedgehog Who Didn't Want to Prickle
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A small hedgehog decides to investigate why some days when he arrives home and hugs his parents, he pricks himself. Family members help him discover what learning to look means and teach him how to avoid other painful pricks. Through observation, Tiny Tot learns what signs to look for in himself and others in order to judge someone's mood. Augmented reality brings the story to life with images that pop right off the page. Edition 1. Hardback binding. 0.5" depth. 16 color images. 32 pages. Author's bio: Zuri Aguirre is an illustrator and designer with degrees in interior design, web design, and digital and print production. Ester Alsina Arques is a mother, teacher, and psych pedagogue, specializing in emotional management. She currently works in a public institute as a guide. Publication date: 2019-03-28.