'My Pew: Things I Have Seen From It' is Dave's second cartoon collection and in it he reveals: the five worst places to sit in church, reasons to shut your eyes during a sermon, what the church can learn from the retail sector, clergy washing lines - what you can discover from them, sharing the peace - a handy mathematical formula, a tried and tested reality tv method for appointing a new vicar, a guide to deciding whether to go to church or watch the football. In addition, this publication is distinguished by including what may be the world's only wordless book introduction.
'Walker's style is typically English understated humour, innocent and drawing humour from very ordinary things and situations in life. This is an ideal book for occasional browsing. It is best enjoyed bit by bit'. Church of Ireland Gazette, October 2008
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