The Wimben Lumben and the Sausage by Angie Who

Thu 17 October 2019

Meet the Wimben Lumben, a strange creature with woolly blue hair, massive teeth and terrible breath who is looking for a new home in the countryside. Someone else is also looking for a new home - the Sausage - he is actually a sausage, which means that everyone wants a piece of him!

Find out what happens in this curious tale written by Angie Who - with extra details provided by a four year old. Angie is a Sydney-based singer-songwriter and the host of Kinderling's nursery rhyme podcast Sing-A-Song.

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Read by Angie Who, singer-songwriter.

Sound design by Max Gosford.

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