Whatever Next Mr. Wallace

All Mr. Wallace the little teddy bear really wants is a little girl or boy to love him and keep him safe! However the adventures and perils just keep coming! Join the courageous teddy bear as he survives against all the odds and learns that some human beings are really good and some are really bad. This is the second Mr. Wallace adventure book. More

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About Sue Whitaker

Sue admits to being a ‘big kid’ herself and likes nothing more than walking in the rain and splashing in puddles (if no one is looking).

The inspiration for most of her writing come from spending time in the North York Moors. The region where both her 'And Other Tales' short stories and the ‘And Jake Makes Three’ series of crime stopping children's adventure books are set.

Sue is passionate about animal welfare and conservation to protect natural habitats which is evident in the 'Harry and Me' children's book series.

Sue's writing is compared to best selling author's such as Enid Blyton and Jeffrey Archer to name a few.


Whatever Next Mr. Wallace
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About the Series: Mr. Wallace
Mr Wallace is no ordinary teddy bear. He is well travelled, brave and incredibly tenacious and has accompanied his beloved Estelle throughout her childhood, her teens and even on dangerous postings to war torn regions. Now he finds himself abandoned and alone in a charity shop. From that day on his life is never the same again as he searches for a place to call home and deals with nice and not so nice humans as he overcomes dangerous situation after dangerous situation.

His journey begins in the short story 'The Life and Times of Mr. Wallace' found in 'Serrated Skylines: And Other Tales' but the real action takes place in 'The Further Adventures of Mr. Wallace' and 'Whatever Next Mr. Wallace'

Captivating and beautifully illustrated loved by all particularly 7-10 year old's.

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