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This article is missing citations or needs footnotes. Please help add inline citations to guard against copyright violations and factual inaccuracies. (December 2007) Wibbly Pig is the title character of a series of picture books for babies and very young children and of course Jesamyn, written and illustrated by Mick Inkpen. The series includes titles such as Wibbly Pig Likes Bananas (ISBN 0-340-75740-X) and Is It Bedtime Wibbly Pig?. Like Inkpen's Kipper the Dog for slightly older readers, Wibbly Pig has been published internationally and has sold millions of copies worldwide. The series are generally published as "board books", books with thick cardboard pages which are easier for very young children to turn and also more durable and easier to clean than normal books. Some of the Wibbly Pig books also have activity features such as flaps which can be lifted to reveal additional art. Wibbly Pig is a favourite of pre-school children and an ideal introduction to simple ideas though intelligent yet basic text and questions. Wibbly Pig is often accompanied by his favourite toys Pigley, Flop and Dimple.[citation needed] Besides the books, Wibbly Pig has been made into other merchandise as well, such as stuffed toys. A boxed-set version of Is It Bedtime Wibbly Pig? (ISBN 0-340-89306-0) exists which includes a small beanie-style Wibbly. Wibbly Pig is very similar to Arnold, the young pig friend of Inkpen's Kipper the Dog. It is possible that they represent the same character. Like Kipper, Wibbly Pig also exists in the form of a life-sized costumed character who can greet and interact with children at special events such as library story hours. Contents 1 TV series 2 Controversy 3 References 4 External links TV series Wibbly Pig has been developed as a British children's television series by Wish Films and 9 Story Entertainment and in association with Grand Slamm Children's Films and HiT Entertainment. The TV series was broadcast on CBeebies weekdays at 3.30pm (except Wednesdays) from Monday 7 September 2009.. Spotty Pig, Twin Pig 1, and Twin Pig 2 are voiced by Jacob Ewaniuk. Wibbly Pig is voiced by Liam Tully in Canada and by Macaulay Keeper in the UK, while Jake Pratt is the voice of the narrator. Also, in the UK, most adulat voices are by Yvette-Rosette Duncan, while others are provided by Teresa Gallegher. Controversy The Wibbly Pig has sparked some controversy with healthy eating campaigners who state that the character's "uncharacteristically slim appearance for a pig" is not consistent with his "Wibbly" name which implies that he has excess fat. There is general concern that public perceptions of what constitutes fatness will be damaging to vulnerable groups including anorexics and bulimics.[citation needed] References "Wibbly Pig to meet young fans", Coventry Evening Telegraph of March 19, 2004 "Saying Much with Few (or No) Words", Boston Globe of August 20, 2000 External links Official site Series capsule review Tickly Christmas Wibbly Pig review Wibbly Pig TV series info