One morning, little Fuzzypeg the Hedgehog wakes up very early. “I’m going to school,” he sings excitedly, and rolls downstairs in a prickly ball. “Don’t be late,” his mother calls to him, as she waves goodbye. When Tim and Bill Hedgehog see their cousin Fuzzypeg trotting down the road with his fine new school bag, they want to go to school too. So the three of them set off happily for Jonathan Rabbit’s school with its walls of blackberry bushes and ceiling of blue sky. They meet Hare, lolloping along, and of course Hare, being Hare, turns the whole day upside down! This 1978, ninth impression edition is bound in green glazed boards which are faded, marked and scratched. The book is beautifully illustrated throughout by Margaret Tempest and has green and white pictorial endpapers. The page block edges and the page block itself are slightly foxed and yellowed, particularly the first and last pages. The binding is also slightly loose.