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Mr Thinkalot’s Spectacular space Journey

By Immayes
Type: drawing Uploaded: 2022-03-18

Description: Mr Thinkalot, the science professor, returns for his second space journey. He is still always thinking, his head full of ideas and problems. After returning home from his very successful, fantastic space journey and adventures on the planet Eden, Mr Thinkalot's life starts to get back to normal. However, what he doesn't know is that Bert, the computer in his Super Space Helmet, has had an urgent request for help from Wave to help save his own planet Gallons. Wave's homeworld is now also in dreadful danger; the ice caps are melting, sea levels are rising and land is being swallowed up. Eventually, Mr Thinkalot hears the message and he and Bert waste no time travelling to Eden to find out what is causing the problem and to help the inhabitants of Gallons save their planet. The fate of two worlds is now weighing heavily on Mr Thinkalot's shoulders. Can he save these planets from extinction-level events? On their second adventure, Mr Thinkalot and Bert meet new species and make new friends but will Eden and Gallons be saved from the impending doom? He returns to earth a changed man, with another important message for humanity. They will listen. Follow Mr Thinkalot on his second space journey - one that is even more spectacular than his first. With more bright and quirky illustrations, young readers will learn more ways to help change the future of our beautiful planet Earth.


  • Immayes Apr 15

    Again, thank you so much. I’m glad you enjoyed both books.

  • Nideus Apr 15

    The first book introduces you to a range of characters but this one overs way more characters and planets. Again another brilliant story, full of action and further teaches about about global warming and climate change again in a simplified gentle way. I love how the story continues and I can not wait for the next one. I would recommend these books.

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