More About Worzel Gummidge by Barbara Euphan Todd audiobook

More About Worzel Gummidge

By Barbara Euphan Todd
Read by Jessica Martin

Naxos
2.98 Hours Unabridged
Format: Digital Download (In Stock)
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    ISBN: 9781781980934

John and Susan are back at Scatterbrook for the Easter holidays. Worzel, temporarily resident in the orchard, is up to his old tricks once again. Together the scarecrow and children embark on a series of adventures which include Worzel getting stuck in a chimney and becoming a star attraction at the visiting circus. First published in 1938, More About Worzel Gummidge is the third of the Worzel novels by Barbara Euphan Todd. The Worzel Gummidge stories were broadcast on the popular Children’s Hour on British radio and two of them were featured in TVs Jackanory. 1979 saw the birth of a successful television series based on Worzel Gummidge and other characters from the books, with Jon Pertwee playing the eponymous scarecrow, which still has a dedicated following to this day. The book is read by the multi-talented Jessica Martin, who infuses the stories with verve and excitement.

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John and Susan are back at Scatterbrook for the Easter holidays. Worzel, temporarily resident in the orchard, is up to his old tricks once again. Together the scarecrow and children embark on a series of adventures which include Worzel getting stuck in a chimney and becoming a star attraction at the visiting circus. First published in 1938, More About Worzel Gummidge is the third of the Worzel novels by Barbara Euphan Todd. The Worzel Gummidge stories were broadcast on the popular Children’s Hour on British radio and two of them were featured in TVs Jackanory. 1979 saw the birth of a successful television series based on Worzel Gummidge and other characters from the books, with Jon Pertwee playing the eponymous scarecrow, which still has a dedicated following to this day. The book is read by the multi-talented Jessica Martin, who infuses the stories with verve and excitement.

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Author Bio: Barbara Euphan Todd

Author Bio: Barbara Euphan Todd

Barbara Euphan Todd was an English writer well remembered for her ten books for children about a scarecrow called Worzel Gummidge. These were adapted for radio and television.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Fantasy
Runtime: 2.98
Audience: Children (8–12)
Language: English