Uncle Wiggily In The Woodsby Howard R. Garis
"Brother," says the hump-tailed 'gator, "wouldn't you
Uncle Wiggily, an engaging elderly rabbit, is lame from rheumatism. Wherever he goes, he always relies on a red, white, and blue crutchdescribed as being "striped like a barber-pole", or, in later episodes, "his candy-striped walking cane", with spiral red and white striping like a peppermint candy stick.
"Brother," says the hump-tailed 'gator, "wouldn't you like a nice rabbit?"
"Indeed I would," answers the double-jointed tail 'gator, who can wobble his flippers both ways. "And I know of no nicer rabbit than Uncle Wiggily Longears!"
As it so happens, Uncle Wiggily has just planned his vacation. He and Nurse Jane Fuzzy-Wuzzy will leave the countryside and take a nice little bungalow in the woods.
And the woods is where these two skillery-scalery alligators live -- who are not exactly friends of the bunny uncle! But the cheerful rabbit gentleman knows plenty of friendlier creatures, too -- whom readers young and old will delight in meeting, in Uncle Wiggily in the Woods.
- Alan Rodgers Books
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- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)
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