After finding herself locked out of the family farmhouse, Fudge sets off on a quest to find somewhere to rest her head for the night... and meets some kind friends along the way.
Written by Liz O'Rourke and illustrated by Simon O'Rourke.
The idea for this story came from the Honeyborne family after their daughter, Olivia, was treated at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. It tells the tale of their miniature dachshund, Fudge, and the animals she encounters on and around the family farm. A sculpture trail to accompany the story has been designed by talented illustrator and wood carver, Simon O’Rouke.
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