Member Blogs > Journey of a BooksellerHogs of the Hedge by AC Michael

  • Fri, 24 Jun 2016 08:30:00    Permalink
    Horace's garden was infested by slugs.  He tried everything.  He even used a slingshot to send them far away but they were back every morning.  He tried salt.  They made a bridge of slugs to get across.  He only had one choice...

    Publishing Push and the author allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It has been published and you can find a copy on Amazon.

    The text rhymes, the illustrations look like they were done by a young one, and the story is a bit silly but fun to read.

    Horace posts a big sign asking for help and that means the hogs will be coming shortly.  The slugs are terrified.  They've heard all these tales about how vicious they are and how they enjoy eating them.  But they still stay in the garden.  And the hogs arrive...

    Turns out they are hedge hogs and they eat worms, not slugs.  But they do have an idea of how to help Horace and the slugs both.

    His flowers grow well and so do his cabbages.  He might wish the slugs had gotten the cabbages...


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