Hedgehog and his friends entertain in a simple series for the very young.

“The story has a sweetness that can’t be denied, and the artwork is both delicate, as if painted on bone china, and transporting: For all its etherealness, you could take a bite out of the cake. A lovely lesson: If at first you don’t succeed … then count on your friends to help get it right.”

Read the rest of Hedgehog’s Magic Tricks Kirkus review here.

 

“The lovable characters from “Hedgehog’s Magic Tricks” are back in this scrumptious tale of friendship and fairness in which Red Panda’s sweet tooth puts him in a sticky situation. (…) The spot illustrations and full spreads are done in pencil and digital media, featuring warm-hued and inviting creatures. A sweet addition.”

Library Journals LLC 2014

“The lovable characters from “Hedgehog’s Magic Tricks” are back in this scrumptious tale of friendship and fairness in which Red Panda’s sweet tooth puts him in a sticky situation. (…) The spot illustrations and full spreads are done in pencil and digital media, featuring warm-hued and inviting creatures. A sweet addition.”

Library Journals LLC 2014

“(…) I was charmed by Paul’s gentle sense of humor,  sunny palette and sweet story. Red Panda’s Candy Apples delivers all of these wonderful qualities and more!”

Read the rest of the Books4YourKids review here.

“Rabbit’s Hide-and-Seek will give children a chance to practice counting to ten with Rabbit, just as they would if playing hide-and-seek for real. Then they can see whether they can find the hidden animals. Yellow flower or duckling feathers? Thistle or hedgehog prickles?”

Read the Kid’s Book Review here.