As we're sure you're well aware, being able to track and locate hedgehogs is an important life skill, one that should be learned early and thoroughly by the youth of today. Everyone knows this. The only contentious factor in childhood hedgehog training lies in determining what curriculum to use: Smitty Werbenjagermanjensen's Guide to Woodland Spikes, perhaps? Trilliby Wimbletoe's Pointing Out Pointy Things?
That already difficult decision maybe have just become even more complicated, as Sega and UK publishing house Pan Macmillan have announced the release of Where's Sonic? A Search-and-Find Adventure, hitting British book shops and Sonic Merchandise next Friday, October 19. The book contains artwork inspired by classic Sonic zones and can also be used to train children in the art of spotting wisps, badniks and gold rings.