Item description for My Life as a Walrus Whoopee Cushion (The Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle #16) by Bill Myers...
Overview When Wally, Opera, and Wall Street win the Gazillion Dollar Lotto, they confront the dangers of greed and materialism through a series of incidents
World class klutzoid, Wally McDoogle, and his buddies, Opera and Wall Street win the Gazillion Dollar Lotto Everything is great . . .for a total of 1.3 seconds. That's how long before their greed kicks in. Add some bungling bad guys, a break-in to the local zoo (where Wally has lost the ticket), the accidental release of all the animals, a SWAT team or two. . . And you have the usual McDoogle mayhem as our boy blunder leers the dangers of both greed and materialism.
Citations And Professional Reviews My Life as a Walrus Whoopee Cushion (The Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle #16) by Bill Myers has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
School Library Journal - 01/01/2000 page 134
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.52" Width: 5.34" Height: 0.36" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2000
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Grade Level Middle School
Series Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle
Series Number 16
ISBN 0849940257 ISBN13 9780849940255 UPC 023755040251
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More About Bill Myers
Bill Myers is an accomplished writer and film director whose work has won more than sixty national and international awards including the C. S. Lewis Honor Award. Among his best-selling releases for kids are The Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle and The Forbidden Door. He has sold more than eight million books and videos and lives with two cats, two kids, one dog, and one wife near Hollywood, California.
Bill Myers currently resides in Thousand Oaks, in the state of California. Bill Myers was born in 1953.
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My Life as a Walrus Whoopee Cushion Mar 7, 2002
My Life as a Walrus Whoopee Cushion By: Bill Myers
The comedy/novel, My Life as a Walrus Whoopee Cushion, is about a klutzy kid named Wally who messes up everything. Wally and his two friends, Opera and Wall Street, buy a Lotto ticket that is worth 2.1 gazillion dollars. Through a series of misfortunes, they learn their lesson. One of my favorite Characters in this book is Opera. He is very dumb, and will do anything for potato chips and classical music; henceforth, the name, Opera. This book teaches that greed can ruin lives. What I like best about the book is how the writer grabs you with things you can relate to. The ending of this book is satisfying and realistic. Bill Myers' style of writing keeps you engrossed in the book. There are so many funny jokes and things about life you can relate to, you can't put the book down. Bill gives the exact right amount of details, and the vocabulary is intermediate. This book would appeal to 8-13 year-olds because it is easy and fun. I recommend this book for it's hilarious content, and great theme. I give this book four stars.
A wonderful book! Jul 12, 1999
This book, just like any other Wally McDoogle book was wondeful. It used much humor and shows an important moral about greed. The Wally McDoogle books are geared toward twelve and thirteen year- olds, like myself. Any kid would enjoy it!