“The Prickly Little Porcupine is a colorful and interesting book that celebrates differentness and friendship. Jill Horton’s story could help many young people gain more body-positive views, and the book could be used by librarians, teachers, and caregivers to help build self-esteem.” — Readers’ Favorite
Warning: This book is intended for an audience who enjoys stories with themes of friendship, kindness, forgiveness, self-acceptance, and adorable forest animals! Reader discretion is advised.
Some of the side effects of reading The Prickly Little Porcupine include but are not limited to the following:
Posey Porcupine is embarrassed by her quills. She wants to be like the other forest animals. Through a series of unexpected events, along with some help from her friends, Posey learns to love and accept herself, quills and all.
About the Author
Jill Horton loves creating magical worlds for children to learn in and explore. She and her husband have four kids who love the adventures found in good books. One dog, two cats, and four parakeets joined the family’s fun and literary travels. Now, Jill is inviting you to pick up one of her books and start your own family’s storytime traditions too!
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