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Uncle Wiggily Longears is the main character of a series of children's stories by American author Howard R. He began writing the stories for the Newark News in Garis penned an Uncle Wiggily story every day except Sundays for more than 52 years, and published 79 books in his lifetime. Other illustrators of the series included George L. Uncle Wiggily, an engaging elderly rabbit , is lame from rheumatism. Wherever he goes, he always relies on a red, white, and blue crutch—described as being "striped like a barber-pole ", or, in later episodes, "his candy-striped walking cane", with spiral red and white striping like a peppermint candy stick. Uncle Wiggily is only one of many recurring characters in the series. For example, the Pipsisewah  is an unsavory bully who appears as a rhinoceros -like creature.
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