Lulu, Alice and Jimmie Wibblewobble


Read by Walt Allan

(4.8 stars; 7 reviews)

The Wibblewobble family of ducks appear in a series of 31 bedtime stories - one for each day of the month - written by Howard R. Garis. Each story is an adventure featuring the ducks and their neighbors, including Uncle Wiggily Longears, the famous old gentleman rabbit with rheumatism. - Summary by Walter Allan

(3 hr 33 min)

Chapters

Lulu Wibblewobble Stuck in the Mud 7:10 Read by Walt Allan
Jimmy Wibblewobble in an Auto 6:27 Read by Walt Allan
Alice Wibblewobble's New Bonnet 6:43 Read by Walt Allan
Jimmie and the Waterfall 7:38 Read by Walt Allan
A Visit to Billie Bushytail 7:12 Read by Walt Allan
Jimmie as a Flying Machine 6:51 Read by Walt Allan
Lulu and the Gold Fish 7:22 Read by Walt Allan
Who the Fairy Prince Was 9:30 Read by Walt Allan
Grandfather Goosey-Gander in Trouble 7:10 Read by Walt Allan
The Rooster Tries to Swim 7:42 Read by Walt Allan
Alice Wibblewobble's Enchanted Castle 6:58 Read by Walt Allan
A Visit to Grandpa Wibblewobble 7:06 Read by Walt Allan
A Visit from Aunt Lettie 6:34 Read by Walt Allan
Lulu and the Pussy Willows 6:11 Read by Walt Allan
Playing a Ball Game 6:51 Read by Walt Allan
The Wibblewobble Home on Fire 6:23 Read by Walt Allan
How the Fairy Prince was Caught 6:13 Read by Walt Allan
The Fairy Prince Does a Magic Trick 6:25 Read by Walt Allan
The Rats Who Took the Eggs 6:06 Read by Walt Allan
How Jimmie Stood On His Head 6:08 Read by Walt Allan
Lulu and Aunt Lettie 6:01 Read by Walt Allan
How Alice Cut her Foot 6:24 Read by Walt Allan
Jimmie in a Tall Tree 6:15 Read by Walt Allan
The Wibblewobble's Party 7:32 Read by Walt Allan
Lulu and the Golden Fairy 6:51 Read by Walt Allan
Jimmie and the Black Cow 7:00 Read by Walt Allan
Alice and the Puppy Dogs 6:19 Read by Walt Allan
Jimmie and Jackie Bow Wow 6:22 Read by Walt Allan
Grandfather Goose-Gander's Tall Hat 6:41 Read by Walt Allan
Jimmie Wibblewobble's Kite 6:44 Read by Walt Allan
Alice Wibblewobble in a Bag 8:16 Read by Walt Allan

Reviews

Enjoyable

(4 stars)

I really like this author, but it annoyed me how many times he referred to a girl as being "almost as good as a boy". Great read by the narrator.

Entertaining fun :)

(4.5 stars)

Very well narrated book with light hearted adventures