New Book by Walter James Clark Reveals Secret to Living Well Through a Moving True Story

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Author Walter James Clark shares a stirring yet amusing account of his life, the challenges he overcame and the man he came to be.

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What is the secret to living life well? Readers are sure to uncover the answer as they follow a man who has been through life’s most amusing, most inspiring, and toughest events yet comes out shining with new wisdom.

In Poor Little Wally!, author Walter James Clark shares about the simple and rewarding life that he and his life lived within Paynes Find, Western Australia. Walter or Wally as he had been fondly called by those dear to him, had been been an inquisitive, charming boy who grew up during the turbulent era of the Great Depression. From one school to another, he slowly found his way through life and its realities. The year he turned 18 was the year he was led to enlist on the air force, an adventure peppered with action and comedy. After partaking in some of these tumultuous moments in history, Wally went on to live a life still filled with challenges, but always backed by the strong bond shared with his family and friends.

Through vivid narration, Poor Little Wally! documents the author’s adventures—and misadventures—that carved him to become the honest, prudent, brave, and loving man that he was. Sweeping readers through the most beautiful sites of land down under, it is a moving and entertaining true story of a life well lived.

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Poor Little Wally! * by Walter James Clark
Trade Paperback; AU$29.99; 138 pages; 978-1-4535-3460-1
Trade Hardback; AU$49.99; 138 pages; 978-1-4535-3461-8
Ebook; AU$9.99; 978-1-4535-1881-6

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