Ten-year-old Fidge has been dealt a lot in her short life, including her energetic little sister who constantly demands that Fidge read her favorite book, The Land of the Wimbley Woos. When one day, a horrible accident lands her sister in the hospital, Fidge can’t help but feel responsible.
In a whirlwind of frustration and guilt, a terrible storm transports her to another world that she soon realizes is the setting of The Land of the Wimbley Woos brought to life, populated by her sister’s toys …
This book is suitable for readers between 9 and 11 years of age.
Enter a world filled with rhyming Wimbley Woos, a theatrical stuffed elephant, a giant plastic vegetable on wheels named Dr. Carrot, and the horrible tyrant, Wed Wabbit. With her awful cousin, Graham, by her side, Fidge will have to follow a series of impossible clues in order to escape. But as Wed Wabbit vows “Those who bweak my wules will face my wage!!”
Lissa Evans is an author for both children and adults. Her first novel for children, Small Change for Stuart, was an international bestseller, shortlisted for both the Carnegie and the Costa Award.