The Quangle Wangle's Hat

by Edward Lear, illustrated by Janet Stevens

A Quangle Wangle shares his enormous hat with a multiplying cast of real and imaginary creatures in this singsong tale from the classic nonsense poet.

The Quangle Wangle wears a hat that is a hundred and two feet wide and his life is quite lonely. Things change radically when a number of real and imaginary creatures ask if they can make their homes on his enormous hat. Janet Stevens’ colorful and creative illustrations are a perfect match to the silliness of the poem.