Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Lost Wippitt Literature

The Charge of the Fawn Wippitt

There's nothing we like more than enjoying a nap while snuggled up to the Madwoman while she catches up on her reading. At least while she is reading she is awake, so her snoring doesn't disturb our own slumber. But we do feel she could exercise a little more taste in her choice of reading matter; unfortunately she takes no notice of us. It doesn't help that most of our favourite books are lost works of wippitt literature, so aren't always easy to find. But keep your eyes open next time you find yourself in a secondhand bookshop - if you spot any of the following be sure to buy them, and we promise you won't regret it:

The Three Wippitteers

Wuthering Wippitts

A Christmas Wippitt

Wippitt in the Rye

Wippitts of Wrath

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wippitt

Brave New Wippitt

We're not averse to a spot of poetry occasionally either. The Charge of the Light Wippitt stirs our blood, while our recitations of The Wippitt not Taken and I Wandered Lonely as a Wippitt are not to be missed.

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