THE QUANGLE WANGLE'S HAT by Edward Lear is a poem read to Louise Voce by her grandmother when she was a child. It inspired the the illustrations of Mr Quangle Wangle Quee, his incredibly attractive and roomy hat, the Crumpetty Tree and the host of guests that bring this classic nonsensical poetry to life. The story line takes us from sympathizing with Quangle Wangle eating his jam and jelly and bread all alone to a very happy Quangle Wangle enjoying the wonderful noise of his "hat-lodgers". I love his broad smile!
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