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My Life as a Smashed Burrito With Extra Hot Sauce (The Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle #1) Paperback – May 24, 1993
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About the Author
Bill Myers (www.Billmyers.com) is a bestselling author and award-winning writer/director whose work has won sixty national and international awards. His books and videos have sold eight million copies and include The Seeing, Eli, The Voice, My Life as, Forbidden Doors, and McGee and Me.
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Thanks for checking up on me. Probably best to go over to my web site: www.Billmyers.com for biography information. And if you're really bored, there's my fan site over on Facebook:
www.facebook.com/pages/Bill-Myers/44983396181 Oh, and one last thing. If you're a student and your class reads one of my books, I'll do a 'meet the author' 30 min question and answer session by speakerphone with your class from my office here in California. If you're a reader's group, the same thing goes...in which case I'd recommend ELI to really get the discussion juices flowing - at least until THE GOD HATER comes out in 2010. Thanks for stopping by!
Top Customer Reviews
If you like Wally McDoogle you should read Bloodhounds Inc. it's by the same auther. I also like secret Agent Dingledorf. I'm dissapointed because I can't rate this a million stars.
The entire Wallymcdoogle series are the funniest books I have ever read. This book was no exception. I laughed the whole time. The greatest part is that the book teaches a good lesson about wisdom. The fun starts the second you open the book, and doesn't stop until the last word. I say if you wanna laugh and learn a lesson buy this book today!!
Twelve-year-old Wally McDoogle dreams about a lot of things. Being a writer, being a superhero, writing about a superhero. He has never dreamed of going to camp, but his father signs him up, insisting it will make him a real man. Incidentally, being a real man is another thing Wally's never dreamed about...
Yet Wally gets dropped off at the bus, but before he even makes it to Camp Wahkah Wahkah (or Camp Whacko as Wally calls it) he finds himself pressed against the roof of the bus by Gary the Gorilla with peanut butter and jelly dripping from his nose. Yes, it's true. Wally is a dork-oid, which really isn't so bad as long as you aren't the target of Gary the Gorilla and his Goons. Unfortunately, Wally is.
What a funny story. Wally has a great sense of humor and I found myself laughing out loud. Here and there we are also entertained with the book Wally is writing about Mutant Man McDoogle, a superhero who is in a battle with a suspiciously familiar villain named Dr. Ghastly the Gorilla. I highly recommend this one for younger teens looking for adventure and a big smile.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The message of this book was wonderful and the writing style fun, but I would caution very conservative parents to read the book before you give it to your child. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Humorous and son enjoyed reading the book. Good for middle school aged children or younger in like 5th grade.Published 11 months ago by L. Chiong
Fun read for 4th and 5 pth graders... With a good Bible messagePublished 11 months ago by J.VANDENBERG
Ordered this for my tomboyish granddaughter on referral from a friend who said her children couldn't get enough reading time in. Hope it works for Sydney.Published 16 months ago by franceen shepherd
My boys are 11 and 7 and if there isn't action, they're not interested. This book started a little slow, but by the end of the book, my kids were asking "Can we keep... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
Read this when I was little... Bought it for when my baby is old enough to read. We LOVE the Wally McDoogle series! They still make me laugh!Published 19 months ago by matthew.hodge
I would recommend this book for elementary school children. It is entertaining and hilarious while reinforcing good values. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sophie
I needed a book that my 10 year old step son (ENFP personality type) would read and at least enjoy enough to get high points on his AR reading test. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Larry Albert