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  • This is a story of two hedgehogs.

    It had been a very hot and sunny day all over the country,and the light lasted well
    into the late evening.Mummy hedgehog and her two babies,Spike and Rollie,
    had awoken but she knew it was far too light and early to move her babies onto
    their next little home,So she waited patiently until it got much darker,with the
    darkness comes safety she had been taught.
    Once the light had gone,she led her babies out onto the lane.It was a narrow
    ane with a slight rise to the gardens on either side.Good place to be for a
    hedgehog family with lots of food around.
    Down the lane she trundled on her little legs,the two babies bouncing around her.Suddenly there were two huge yellow light rushing towards them,they had
    no time to dodge,to get out of the way.They were hurled away the two babies
    flying to one side and mummy hedgehog the other way.Thrown luckily into soft
    patches in the gardens,but the babies were alone now.
    Spike and Rollie crawled under the hedge both shivering in fright,so,they
    crouched up together to wait for mummy hedgehog to come and fetch the,
    It was starting to get light and Spike opened one eye and saw a big Tiger curled
    up with them.He thought he had better keep very still otherwise he might get
    eaten.He didn't know what a tiger was,but it looked very fierce and big.The Tiger
    must have felt him move,so she opened her eyes and said to them"Don't be
    afraid of me,I like babies,as you must be hungry ,I will go and get you some food"
    Frightened ,though they were ,they both thought they had better stay there as it
    as starting to get light now.They crawled further under the bushes to keep out of

    Will they survive...the next gripping instalment is to come .....
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