Chisel Hedgehog was about to find himself on a perilous adventure, which would teach him many lifelong
lessons, but also push him into danger's open grasp. It was earlier that morning when he made the awful
mistake for which he was now hunted-but which also started him, and his best friend Bootle, on their own
hunt for answers-to a hundred-year-old mystery.
In their search, they must travel to distant places like the jungles of Volcano Island, The Haunted Woods,
Look Around Mountain, and The Cave of the Tooth.
Chisel must develop plans of escape including disguises #1, 2, and 3, use his flying skateboard hot-air
trash-bag-balloon plane, and create the worst stink bomb recipe in the world to subdue his pursuers.
Chisel Hedgehog Crazy Great Summer is a seven book series of fun, adventure, mystery, music, friendships,
forgiveness, and optimism. Each day, follow Chisel on the master map, listen to the songs he sings, and
enjoy the pure "hootbalootin" fun, adventure, and optimism. Then journey with Chisel as he builds the
world's largest tree house (to shoot tomatoes at the Flying Squirrels with his giant slingshot), or a
flying skateboard (unfortunately with no brakes). Discover with him how to make gum with amazing flavors
like buttered popcorn and pepperoni pizza. Find sharks in Mooton's Lake, a mole stealing all the golf
balls at the golf course, or a T-Rex living in Shady Glen. Learn how Chisel outsmarts a bobcat from eating
him, is jailed in Another Town, and captains a four-story rowboat. When you finish, imagine yourself in The
Hidden Valley, and envision Chisel saying, "Hope is free, and hope is mine. Today I grab it, and will not
let go! And if anyone has lost it, come see me. I have plenty you can borrow."
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"I need you to find someone for me."
"Then get out your money, we’re not cheap! Who do you want us to find?"
"Have you ever heard of Chisel Hedgehog?"
Fury covered the Mean Minks' faces and Milford snarled, "Don't you ever mention that name in front of us again!"
"Why's that?" asked Mr. Otter.
"Because of that thing —that happened back then."
Mr. Otter gulped. "How much would it cost to catch . . . uh...that guy?"
Milford was too mad to answer so his brother slowly replied, "That guy is free!"
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