Tobias Dingbat is interested in exploring the benefit of humour in young education as well as promoting good will among adults across the nations.
"Sky Sailing Heroes" is Book 1 of an adventure series to come, which will develop more characters most of them being a bit eccentric. I hope to explore the interactions between "bio-born" and "techno-born" creatures, maybe raising interesting issues to confront us over the next 50 years.
As I am no scientist, I will imagine with a sense of humour to shrug off criticism. It's a hobby, with a simple wish to entertain people.
In the kingdom of the swamp there is a peaceful world where folks get along with one another. One ambitious frog, Benjamin goes to university and studies fauna and flora. He comes home to develop a great invention. He grows seeds that bloom into special flowers that glow at night and take the shape of happy words. He becomes quite rich and hosts picnics for his friends.
Decaffeinated murder and violence creamed with humour. If you were Papa Speculatus III pontiff of the American Capitalist Church on Wall St, and the ancient Calamari Brotherhood stole the anti-clutter reactor to kill you and your Cardinals, and snitch your billions, what would you do? Hire Botzi & Noodles to investigate? The Papa did, and disaster came along for the ride. You'll giggle with terror
NASA had a successful failure. Seven sophisticated Bio-Teks (5 "human-robots" and 2 "pet-robots"), were created for a deep space mission. The money ran out, the spaceship was cancelled and these colourful characters moved out to live in the community and report back their experiences yearly. They set up 5 small businesses in adjacent shops, happily mixing with the neighbours, in Poppycock Place.