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Favorite Uncle Wiggily Animal Bedtime Stories

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Fifteen endearing stories about a family of lovable bunnies named the Littletails reveal what happened when Sammie and Susie Littletail helped Mrs. Wren, how Sammie got caught in a trap and what he did to save Billie Bushytail, why the Littletails had to move, and much more. Easy-to-read "bedtime" stories, enhanced with 29 new illustrations.

Fifteen favorite bedtime stories relate the adventures of the gentleman rabbit, his ...

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Overview

Fifteen endearing stories about a family of lovable bunnies named the Littletails reveal what happened when Sammie and Susie Littletail helped Mrs. Wren, how Sammie got caught in a trap and what he did to save Billie Bushytail, why the Littletails had to move, and much more. Easy-to-read "bedtime" stories, enhanced with 29 new illustrations.

Fifteen favorite bedtime stories relate the adventures of the gentleman rabbit, his Littletail family, Jane Fuzzy-Wuzzy, and others.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486401010
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 10/20/2011
  • Series: Dover Children's Thrift Classics Series
  • Edition description: Unabridged
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 64
  • Sales rank: 486,167
  • Age range: 4 - 8 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.21 (w) x 8.26 (h) x 0.20 (d)

Table of Contents

Sammie Littletail in a Trap
Sammie Littletail Is Rescued
What Happened to Susie Littletail
Papa Littletail's Picture
Sammie Littletail Digs a Burrow
Sammie and Susie Help Mrs. Wren
Uncle Wiggily Gets Shot
Susie and Sammie Find a Nest
Sammie Littletail Falls In
Jane Fuzzy-Wuzzy Gives a Lesson
Sammie's and Susie's Terrible Time
Susie Goes to a Party
The Littletail Family Moves
How the Water Got In
Sammie and Susie at the Circus
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  • Posted May 1, 2010

    wonderful trip down childhood's memory lane

    When I was in first and second grades, we had an occasional substitute teacher who, whenever she came to school, brought a story book about the adventures of a rabbit named Uncle Wiggily which she would read to us. I really liked those stories, but through the years had never seen such a book again. However, a few years ago, the a homeschool book club listed Favorite Uncle Wiggily Animal Bedtime Stories in its newest catalogue because it was used with Heart of Dakota's "Little Hearts for His Glory" primary curriculum. So I included it (just for my own personal, nostalgic, benefit) when I ordered curriculum one summer.
    Unfortunately, when I called in my order, I was told that it was no longer available. Since it was published by Dover, I went to their website and found the same information (although they still listed a similar book Uncle Wiggily Bedtime Stories, accompanied by a cassette tape). Various websites said the same thing but also carried several other Uncle Wiggily titles (e.g., Uncle Wiggily's Adventures, Uncle Wiggily's Travels, Uncle Wiggly's Storybook, and Uncle Wiggily in the Woods). Garis was a reporter for the Newark, NJ, Evening News who, along with his wife and two children, ghost-wrote books such as the Tom Swift, Bobbsey Twins, and Baseball Joe series for Edward Stratemeyer.
    However, Garis's publisher at the newspaper knew this and asked Howard to begin writing serialized bedtime stories for children to be carried daily in the newspaper for moms and dads to read their youngsters off to sleep each night. Eventually, these stories were syndicated all over the country and continued for some fifty years. Apparently, some of the stories were published individually, because I have a small booklet Uncle Wiggily and the Sleds (dated 1939) which was given to me. These stories are very enjoyable for youngsters and usually have some kind of good moral or lesson involved. It would be nice if there were a complete collection of all the Uncle Wiggily stories.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 27, 2001

    Wonderful!!

    I have read Uncle Wiggily Books for my whole life! I have grown up reading and enjoyong them. i will enjoy these books for the rest of my life. when i have kids i hope that they will enjoy the books as much as i do.

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