2 edition of Uncle Wiggily"s fortune found in the catalog.
Uncle Wiggily"s fortune
Howard Roger Garis
|Statement||by Howard R. Garis ... illustrated by Elmer Rache.|
|LC Classifications||PZ10.3.G183 Ufe|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||186 p. incl. col. front.|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||42021053|
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Cluk-Cluk laid. Possum, again looking very wise. In shorter stories, we frequently find Uncle Wiggily helping various of these friends out of some kind of predicament just before one of the bad chaps enters the picture, intent on obtaining "ear-nibbles" from their hapless victims. Go on a journey, get out and seestrange birds, and pick the pretty flowers. And then a voice in the air overhead suddenly cried out: "Take your handkerchief, Uncle Wiggi. There are also several other "bad chaps" in the stories: the Woozy Wolf, Bushy Bear, Skillery Skallery Alligator and the fierce Bobcat, to name but a few.
It has been waiting for me a long time,and it won't hurt to wait a bit longer. He jumped on me out of the bushes. But all of a sudden he heardvoices whispering: "Now you go that way and I'll go this way, and we'll catch that rabbit andput him in a cage and sell him! Up out of the water with a sizzling rush flew the string and thesweet cracker bait, and the next minute out leaped the big, savagealligator that had escaped from a circus.
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And the glass was stuck up on a stumpwhere the moon-beam that Uncle Wiggily was following shone on it andreflected back again. This is it: "There's a little brown bird sitting up in a tree, He's singing to you--he's singing to me. His head has a snout with two small horns and large, snorting nostrils; he wears a black, conical cloth hat and patched scarlet trousers, is somewhat stout, with a giraffe-skin body and bovine tail, and walks upright on two legs.
And then, all at once, the old gentleman rabbit heard adifferent kind of music, and it was that of a little bird singing. The game is currently published by Winning Moves.
Well, the poor gentleman rabbit clung to the topmost tree branch,wondering how in the world he was going to escape from the alligator.
So you tried to catch me, eh? He also uses the phrase "all of a sudden" over and over again. Hasbro now owns both the Parker Brothers and Milton Bradley rights.
And then suddenly it got all dark. So they asked the June bug. And the first thing he saw on the mantelpiece was a tin bank, and when he shook it something inside of it rattled, and when he peeped in Uncle Wiggily saw a whole lot of pennies in the tin bank.
So Uncle Wiggily said good-by to the kind berry bush, and traveled on once more to seek his fortune. Then he thoughtof what a good supper he was going to have of Uncle Wiggily, and thatalligator said: "I guess I'll sharpen my teeth so I can eat him better," and with that thesavage and unpleasant creature began to gnaw on a stone, to sharpen histeeth.
It is much prettier than I could write,even if I had my Sunday-go-to-meeting clothes on, and I don't know who didwrite it. The two decks of cards are shuffled independently and both placed within reach of the players. Oh, dear me and a potato pancake! He slid down the rope to the ground, and then hecut off as much of the rope as he could, and put it in his pocket, for hedidn't know when he might need it again.
Go on a journey, get out and seestrange birds, and pick the pretty flowers. Wait until they are ripe. Pretty soon they came to a place where a June bug was sitting on the edge of a stone wall, buzzing his wings.
I'll have to help carry it.
Possum's House. If your IP address is shown by Maxmind to be outside of Germany and you were momentarily blocked, another issue is that some Web browsers erroneously cache the block. Hop right down. Garis penned an Uncle Wiggily story every day except Sundays for more than 30 years, and published seventy-nine books within the author's lifetime Oh, the world's running over with joy!
Back Uncle Wiggily started, and, surely enough, he found his valise under the apple tree, where he had forgotten it. That is very nice," thought the rabbit. Each player selects one of the four counters and places it on Uncle Wiggily's Bungalow in the lower left hand corner of the game board. The service works on any major device including computers, smartphones, music players, e-readers, and tablets.
There are also several other "bad chaps" in the stories: the Woozy Wolf, Bushy Bear, Skillery Skallery Alligator and the fierce Bobcat, to name but a few. Ididn't know you were back from the South yet.Jul 04, · Uncle Wiggily Longears was the main character in a series of stories by Howard R.
Garis. He began writing the stories in and wrote them for over 30 years. I found copies of Uncle Wiggly's Travels from typically listing in the range of $30 to $45 and copies of Uncle Wiggly's Fortune listing in the average range of $40 to $ Uncle Wiggily's Fortune book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the origina 4/5. First Edition.
Ex-library with typical marks, light wear, pages toned; a good book overall. The jacket has some wear, a few stains and tears.
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