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My Life as a Torpedo Test Target (The Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle #6)

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Forty feet underwater with a million dollars of gold in reach, Wally McDoogle only has to overcome: Sea monsters. . . Hostile pirates. . . A ghost ship. . . And, of course, the world famous McDoogle klutziness.

Will he be able to avoid catastrophe and chaos? Probably not.

Just as our hero goes for the gold, he finds himself on a wild ride atop a misguided torpedo and realize
Paperback, 128 pages
Published May 13th 1994 by Thomas Nelson
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Quin Brauer
This boy named Wally goes on a boat ride to find gold. At the same time he leans something about greed. He learns that it is in a world war-II submarine. So all his buddy's go to that spot. By this time Wally was crazy about the gold because it was worth one million dollars$. When Wally finds the sub a crazy octopus was guarding it so with lot's of BOOM'S and BANG'S he made it. The gold bars where in a torpedo hole it was loaded that meant BIG NEWS! Look out here he comes
My 6yo loves this series. Sometimes I think the subject matter is a little old for him, but he likes them so much he has gone from only me reading them to him to reading them on his own. Crazy, outlandish adventures.
I chuckled all the way through this book, as Wally McDoogle gets himself into hilarious situations. This is just a light, fun read.
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