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About Adam Wallace
I now have over 80 books published and out in the world, and love each one as if it were my child ... except if that child is like really naughty and always breaks my favourite things and writes bad words on the walls of our house.
None of my books are like that.
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Beautifully illustrated by the amazing Heath McKenzie and hilariously written by Adam Wallace (author of Mac O'Beasty, The Negatees, The Incredible Journey of Pete McGee and the upcoming Pete McGee 2 - Day of the Zombie Knights...), this fun filled story has an inbuild moral for children, which is, the story encourages kids about the joys of sharing and not being greedy.
This funny new series features iconic holiday characters in a way that has never been done before—as superheroes! The Holiday Heroes Save Christmas is a different approach to Christmas books that will have readers laughing all season long.
This just in—breaking news from the North Pole!
Santa Claus can't deliver presents on Christmas Eve and he needs backup. But not just anybody can help him—he needs the Holiday Heroes!
This Christmas, it's up to the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, a Witch and a Leprechaun to fill in for Santa and save Christmas.
Can the Holiday Heroes deliver presents without being spotted? Will they be able to pull off Christmas in the end?Perfect books for kids 57:
The question is ... can the Browns handle their newfound fortune? Only time, and maybe the words in this book, will tell.
When Jamie Brown and his family move from the poor streets of the Hovel to snobby Snootyville, classes clash with hilarious results.
A freak accident dooms Martin to a dreadful destiny of baked beans and bottom blowouts. With the help of the Grand Fart Master, can Martin learn to harness the power of his new skill and use it to save the day?
Enjoy this crazy, clumsy, slapstick-filled adventure, the first book in a brand new series, aimed at 6-11 year olds, written by New York Times, Amazon, and USA Today bestselling author Adam Wallace.
It contains charming stories to entertain ‘sicko’ little blighters who are constantly on the lookout for something to be thrilled about!
•Eric’s Ear Wax
There’s nothing like a bit of ‘gross’ to make some kids feel like life is fantastic!
This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are either a product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual people, living or dead, events or locales is entirely coincidental.
The above Disclaimer is false. The following poems are all based on real events and people. They just may have been exaggerated a tiny bit. I got told I had to put in the Disclaimer so I didn’t get sued. If I’d had it my way, it would have been a Warning and it would have gone something like this:
The following poems will make you laugh ... if you don’t mind things that are a teensy bit rude, that is, and haven’t grown up too much. Otherwise, maybe you should go and read something more serious like, oh, I don’t know, A DICTIONARY OR SOMETHING? I bet you just look up the rude words anyway.
Here it is then. If you read the whole ook through and think that its humour is beneath you, that you’re too mature for it oh high and mighty one, you have my full permission to go and read a dictionary. From start to finish. Go on. I dare you. I double dare you. I double dare physical challenge bet you fifty bucks that my book is funnier and more interesting than some stupid dictionary.
P.S. I think disclaimers are silly. No one reads them anyway. I mean, who is reading this right now? No one I bet. So I can say whatever I like in here really. La la la, la la la...la laaaaaaaaa. A whoopedy doo. There’s a smell in the air
that isn’t really fair. I want to be polite, I do, but I swear that smell came out of you!
I wonder if you can buy decoy toilet ducks?
One day I felt like some fries. I went to the drive-through window and asked for nothing. When the salesperson said: ‘Would you like fries with that?’ I said "yes".
Once upon a time there was a fish. Its name was Bob. None of the other fish liked Bob because they didn’t have names. They just got called Fish 1 and Fish 2 and so on. Bob was actually Fish 2 456 543 456 908, but his parents thought 'Bob' suited him better. All the other fish teased Bob and called him names, like Fish 2 456 543 456 904, who was actually a girl, and Fish 2 456 543 342 459, who was really smelly. So one day Bob took all the fish who picked on him to a feast on display, a smorgasbord of tasty treats. He told them that he would like them to go first, that he would sit back and watch them eat, or float back and watch them eat at least. So he did. And he watched them all get caught on the hooks that held the tasty treats. Bob laughed. He laughed until he cried little
fish tears. Then a shark ate him, and as it chewed it told Bob that he shouldn’t play tricks like that. Then a bigger shark ate that shark, and when it had finished it told the first shark, who was dead and couldn’t hear anyway, that it shouldn’t talk with its mouth full.
I have nothing else to say now, except enjoy the book, and may you always have carrot in your vomit. Thanky
It is a decision that will change Vulcan’s life FOREVER ... well, not like forever forever, but at least till he’s like 60 or something.
With all illustrations in stick figure form, and filled with humour and action, Stick (it to the) Man is a book for reluctant and confident readers alike.
But Jackson suspects there is more to Darnell than meets the black eye.
Tune in for crazy golfing clumsiness in the fourth book of the Jackson Payne Adventures series, written by Adam Wallace, author of the New York Times and Amazon bestselling How to Catch series.
Mac O’Beasty was a huge Scottish monster who dreamed of travelling the land, playing his bagpipes. Every time he played, all the other monsters danced and danced and danced. How they loved to hear him! Mac sadly wished he could dance to music but he was too big and fat. He had never ran, or climbed a tree even. Mac loved eating sugary food and fatty, yukky junk-food and it was making him so fat, he could hardly move.
One day, a little monster called Julie, who was a personal trainer, told Mac that she needed to help him to lose some fat or he would die young from eating all the sugary and fatty junk-food, she told him his heart would just stop if he kept on eating all the junk!
Julie helped Mac to walk, run, exercise, and in six months Mac lost heaps of weight and he just loved the change to his life. He also could dance now…his feet just began to move one day when he was playing his bagpipes…and he danced, and danced, and it felt so good.
Mac learned how much more fun he could have by being healthy, so he joined Julie, the personal trainer, and they helped other monsters to be healthy and happy.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Once upon a time there was a boy called Adam,
Who liked writing books, to be sure.
He wrote his first ever children’s book in 1999,
And then wrote a whole heap more.
Now he’s written about a million different books,
Although it might be a little bit less.
But it’s a lot, I tell you that right now,
Maybe 999,999 … at a guess.
Adam Wallace loves writing books,
But doesn’t like eating his words.
He likes smelling musk lifesavers,
But doesn’t like smelling dog … messes.
He loves taking siestas and afternoon naps,
But there are two things that freak him out.
When the moon and sun are both up together,
And fax machines, of course. What are they about?
But all that aside, here are the facts,
The things you need to know.
He’s 39 years old, 178cm tall,
And has a 6cm big toe.