Wallace, a mouse, could do almost anything. Anything that is, as long as he had a list.
- Wallace is a shy mouse.
- He writes lists. Lists of recipes, funny words, and frightening experiences.
- Wallace meets his lively neighbor named Albert.
- His world is swiftly opened to new delights, such as painting and music.
- Wallace and Albert experience the excitement of an adventure, and Wallace discovers a new joy.
About the Author
Barbara Bottner is the author of many favorites for young readers, including Rosa's Room, illustrated by Beth Spiegel; the ever-popular Bootsie Barker Bites, illustrated by Peggy Rathmann; and Bootsie Barker Ballerina, also an I Can Read Book, illustrated by G. Brian Karas. Together with her husband, Gerald Kruglik, Ms. Bottner has authored the award-winning picture book Wallace's Lists, illustrated by Olof Landström, and the I Can Read Book Pish and Posh, which she illustrated.
Olof Landstrom is the illustrator of many internationally successful books for children, including the Boo and Baa and Will series with Lena Landstrom, and Benny's Had Enough and Benny and the Binky by Barbro Lindgren. He lives in Sweden.
Gerald Kruglik is the coauthor of Pish and Posh and Wallace's List. The author lives in Florida.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Devoted to making lists about everything in his life, Wallace the mouse discovers the joys of spontaneity and adventure when he becomes friends with his neighbor Albert.