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The Wombles at Work
Soft cover. No Jacket. She started sketching out the characters that day: Great Uncle Bulgaria was based on her father-in-law, Tobermory on her brother an inventor , Orinoco on her son, and Madame Cholet on her mother. She hoped that the Wombles stories would encourage children to fight pollution and to think up ways of 'making good use of bad rubbish'. In fact, the Wombles so charmed the nation that they were chosen as the mascots for the Tidy Britain campaign. Since then they have had their own television series, first broadcast on 'Jackanory'.
Elisabeth Beresford was awarded an MBE for her services to children's literature in and she lived in Alderney, the Channel Islands. She died in December Nick Price has illustrated numerous books for children, including Pongwiffy , Clover Twig and Tumtum And Nutmeg , and also worked on animated television series including Doctor Snuggles. From climate change to animal conservation, these picture books, poetry collections, novels and graphic novels will encourage children and young people to think about and discuss pressing issues about the environment.
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ISBN 13: 9780140307948
Toby Alone. Read more about Toby Alone. Finn Family Moomintroll. Moomintroll is cheerful and chubby and lives in the magical Moominvalley with his mother, Moominmamma, his father, Moominpappa and all of their friends. Either by signing into your account or linking your membership details before your order is placed. Your points will be added to your account once your order is shipped. Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! The Wombles live in a beautifully snug, well-ordered and cosy burrow underneath Wimbledon Common - the perfect base from which to sort and recycle all the rubbish that unthinking humans constantly drop.
First published over 40 years ago, the Wombles books are back to entertain a whole new generation with their charming characters and environmental themes.
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There has been a huge festival and no end of rubbish has been left behind - everything from umbrellas to shoes, drinks cans and bottles. Who would have thought humans could leave so much behind, not bothering to recycle? The Wombles have their work cut out for them.
About The Author Elisabeth Beresford first came up with the idea for the Wombles characters when walking on Wimbledon Common with her two children. She started sketching out the characters that day: Great Uncle Bulgaria was based on her father-in-law, Tobermory on her brother an inventor , Orinoco on her son, and Madame Cholet on her mother. She hoped that the Wombles stories would encourage children to fight pollution and to think up ways of 'making good use of bad rubbish'.
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In fact, the Wombles so charmed the nation that they were chosen as the mascots for the Tidy Britain campaign. Since then they have had their own television series, first broadcast on Jackanory. Elisabeth Beresford was awarded an MBE for her services to children's literature in and she now lives in Alderney, the Channel Islands. They are simple without being simplistic, innocent without being naive, civic minded for its own sake' Irish Examiner 'The rubbish collecting eco message has a new resonance' Angels and Urchins.