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Sunday Times Children’s Book of the Week
I’m very, very, very proud to introduce you to HAMISH AND THE WORLDSTOPPERS!
“Original, quirky and super silly, Wallace has written a great book that kids will really enjoy” - The Sun
“Wallace’s first foray into children’s fiction is a joy. A hugely-entertaining, child-friendly read with characters you’ll want to root for, despicable villains, a satisfying adventure and a really big heart” – The Bookseller
“It made me laugh so much I thought my sides would burst!” - Noah, aged 9, Press Association review
“A humdinger. Wallace’s humour is put to great use and there’s enough madcap adventure with Hamish’s gang, the PDFs, to keep your average 8-year-old in a state of mild hysteria.” - Dad.info
“An amazing and unexpected read… a book that will stay with you for years to come.” – Middle Grade Strikes Back
It’s my first kids’ book, and it’s out now…
Do you know a kid who’s 7? Or 8? Or 9 or 10 or 11 or 12?
Then please introduce them to Hamish…
He’s a kid who lives in Britain’s fourth-most boring town – Starkley. But Starkley gets very exciting one day, when Hamish notices that the whole world has completely and utterly stopped.
The planes in the air. The cars on the road. The people all around him.
Everything stops – except him.
It was brilliant fun imagining all the things a kid would do if all the rules had changed. And coming up with his mortal enemies – The TERRIBLES.
And great also to have the brilliant Jamie Littler illustrating Hamish’s adventure…
I’ll be all over the place at festivals in 2015, and Hamish is also coming soon to Australia, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Turkey, the Czech Republic and Holland… look out for him…
I hope your kids (you) like it! Get Hamish here!