The magic of the Wombles is brought to life in this fresh new series for younger readers. Even Wombles need to get away from it all sometimes! One day, Tobermory decides to take Great Uncle Bulgaria and the others on a trip to the seaside. Alderney can't wait - she's a beach Womble through and through. It's all fun, games and tidying until she discovers a mysterious pawprint in the sand. But as one friend is found, two more are lost! When Wellington and Tomsk get washed away in a fishing boat, Alderney steps up to show what a brave Womble she really is. This Wombles story, packed with mystery, history and an act of great bravery, is perfect for today's younger readers.
This is Book 2 in the The Wombles Series. See all The Wombles books here.
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