The Invisible Womble, And Other Stories

Fresh from their television appearance, here are the Wimbledon Wombles, led by Great Uncle Bulgaria, cared for by Tobermory and entertained, as ever, by Bungo and Orinoco.As everyone who has enjoyed the series will know, the Wombles are the tidiest creatures in the world and spend their lives clearing up after messy humans and then putting the rubbish they find to weird anFresh from their television appearance, here are the Wimbledon Wombles, led by Great Uncle Bulgaria, cared for by Tobermory and entertained, as ever, by Bungo and Orinoco.As everyone who has enjoyed the series will know, the Wombles are the tidiest creatures in the world and spend their lives clearing up after messy humans and then putting the rubbish they find to weird and wonderful uses.These five stories are retellings of some of the television adventures and reveal the Wombles at their funniest and best, and will certainly ensure their place in the family long after they have left the studios and bolted the door of their burrow behind them.
The Invisible Womble And Other Stories Fresh from their television appearance here are the Wimbledon Wombles led by Great Uncle Bulgaria cared for by Tobermory and entertained as ever by Bungo and Orinoco As everyone who has enjoyed t

  • Title: The Invisible Womble, And Other Stories
  • Author: Elisabeth Beresford
  • ISBN: 9780140306026
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Invisible Womble, And Other Stories”

    1. Having watched the wombles when I was really little, I couldn't wait to read this. Despite being written of children, it brings back so many memories of all the wombles :) the illustrations are lovely and despite being aimed at children there is the message of the wombles for all of us to take into account. These little critters are probably the most environmentally conscience fictional characters :) if only we could do the same!

    2. Orinoco is certainly the tubbiest of the Wombles and is perhaps the Womble who needs the most encouragement to go out on the daily sortie to clear up and recycle all the rubbish that humans leave behind Meanwhile, Tobermory, DIY-er extraordinaire, is getting to grips with the one of the humans' more ingenious inventions: the vacuum cleaner!

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