More than anything, Pordy wanted a friend. But she was too shy to try making friends. She didn't want to be teased or rejected. Only in her daydreams as heroine of the forest did the other animal creatures befriend a spiny porcupine.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Learning to "curl, point and strike," orchard traps, coyotes on the garden path they are all part of growing up for a young porcupine. Now if only she could get the other forest animals to accept her.
Enjoy the prickly adventures of Pordy in this delightful story that teaches to have a friend you must be one.