In 1944 Miss Barry's kindergarten took a direct hit by a German bomb. It was re-located to Peter and Julian's house where, on sunny days, lessons where out-doors



Julian's favourite toys, Pink Horsie, Dicker and One-eyed Monkey, prepared for war with guns and helmets at the ready
Julian and the Hedgehog in the Secret Service is a story for children from four to ninety-four. Peter, aged six and Julian aged four are playing hide and seek in their Weybridge garden. Julian hides in the log pile. There he falls asleep and the adventure begins. It is written by Tommy Usborne with illustrations by his secretary Charl Cumpston.