“Holly’s Thanksgiving Wish: A Story of Triumph and Balloons” by Kaine & Duds

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A Thanksgiving tale about a hedgehog’s quest to hold her very own balloon. “Balloons are amazing! They’re so fun and so floaty. Though when she got close, They all went EXPLODEY!” Family, food, football, and … balloons? Thanksgiving is Holly’s favorite holiday. Every year, she tries to make the Thanksgiving feast even better with some magnificent balloons. But balloons and hedgehog spikes don’t always get along. Encouraged by her dad, Holly sets a plan in motion – calling on friends like Betty Baboon and Little Pork for help. Can she make her wish come true? Can she finally bring a balloon to the Thanksgiving festivities? Find out in this adorable story about family, perseverance, and the power of a smile. What is your Thanksgiving wish?

Title: “Holly’s Thanksgiving Wish: A Story of Triumph and Balloons”

Author: Kaine & Duds

Publisher: Independent Publisher

Publication Date: 2020 Read By: Sarah Dart

DID YOU KNOW??? -Over 200 berries are used to make a single can of jellied cranberry. -It’s said that early sailors and pirates ate cranberries to prevent scurvy. -The first living beings that flew in a balloon were a sheep, a duck, and a rooster. -An adult hedgehog has 5,000 to 7,000 spines on their adorable bodies. -A group of hedgehogs is called an “array” or a “prickle,” while a baby is known as a “hoglet.” -Depending on the species—hedgehogs will eat insects, worms, berries, mushrooms, snakes, and frogs…


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