When twelve-year-old Wally, a computer whiz who is a "walking disaster area, " and the bully of Camp Whacka-Whacka find themselves fighting for their lives together, Wally realizes that even his worst enemy needs Jesus.
Twelve-year-old Wally visits missionairies in the South American rain forest, and stumbles into a series of what he thinks are impossible predicaments, until he understands the commandment to put others first.
Twelve-year-old Wally learns an important lesson about greed and the source of true greatness after a mishap-filled adventure involving sea creatures, pirates, a sunken submarine, and a misguided torpedo.
After a future version of himself travels back in time to warn Wally of an upcoming accident, he is confronted by multiple future Wallys arguing that he must not try to rewrite God's plan for his life.
When Wally, Opera, and Wall Street win the Gazillion Dollar Lotto, they confront the dangers of greed and materialism through a series of incidents involving bungling bad guys, a break-in to the zoo, and a SWAT team.
When Wally and his two best friends spend the summer at a dude ranch, he discovers that writing superhero stories will not help him deal with the cantankerous ranch owner, a deceitful camper, and a dangerous bull named Satan Breath.
Wally's disaster-ridden preparation for a skateboarding championship, his Little Buddy's entry in a model car derby race, and his work on his latest superhero story combine to teach Wally a lesson about winning.
Rather than facing the consequences of breaking his mother's incredibly expensive new vase, disaster-prone Wally McDoogle becomes involved with Junior Whiz Kid's zany experiments and must face a giant flying snail and a tarantula the size of a small house.
In his newest, original outing, bungling hero Wally McDoogle runs into trouble by unfairly judging others and gossiping behind people's backs. But it's not until he tries to see people through the eyes of God that he realizes it's better to love than to judge.
All of Wally's friends have cooler stuff than he does, and even his prayers have turned into, "Dear God, gimme, gimme, gimme" until Dad drags him along on an aid project to Africa. He meets a boy his age who shows him what really counts in life and the key to real happiness.
Enabled by an overactive imagination to make his every wish come true, Wally becomes the world's greatest soccer player, but he soon realizes that God's plans for himself and the world may be better than his own.
Having made a bet on whether or not ghosts are real, Wall Street and Wally, aided by Opera and Madame Mystic, investigate a house on the edge of town that might be haunted, although Wally has learned why the Bible says to avoid the occult.