The first thing I noticed about this book was the colorful cover by illustrator Robert Lee Beers. It fits the book perfectly because the story by Melissa Abramovitz is colorful, too.
The book is divided into chapters, but each chapter is only two pages long without too much text on each illustrated page.
Kids as young as two years old will enjoy hearing the story and Helping Herbie Hedgehog decide between silly choices and a sensible ones. It will make them feel smart.
I can imagine little ones giggling as the book is read to them, and they might even learn to appreciate practical things in their own lives.
This book would make a good bedtime story.