The magic of the Wombles is brought to life in this fresh new series for younger readers. Wellington has invented a brilliant recycling gizmo. When he pops two old things into it, one helpful new thing pops out the other side! Orinoco decides to have a go. He tries to make a gadget to do his work for him, but what comes out is the 'Wombling Machine' - a contraption that guzzles rubbish at astonishing speed! The machine goes on the rampage, gobbling everything in its path. Who has the gumption to stop it in its tracks? Hurry up, Wellington, the Wombles need you! This Wombles story, full of amazing mash-ups and incredible inventions, is perfect for today's younger readers.
This is Book 6 in the The Wombles Series. See all The Wombles books here.
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