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Before you start reading, this book needs to be explained. Otherwise, you won?t know what?s going on. Actually, even if I do explain it, the chances are you won?t know what?s going on and there?s a very good reason for that!
My name is Steven Vinacour and I am an author. I wrote Ted & His Time-Travelling Toilet. Mid-way through a promotional school?s tour, lockdown began and we were all forced inside. During my tour I would run unstructured creative writing sessions in classrooms which seemed to go really well and so, I decided to set up adaily on-line show whereby the viewers would come up with all the ideas and I would put them together and create a story. I was expecting a few viewers and a nice simple story to work with.
THAT DID NOT HAPPEN!
What did happen is that we reached over 400,000 young people all over the world. Throughout UK and Europe, from The USA to Australia, from The Philippines to British Colombia and from Vietnam to Namibia. Budding young authors would tune in whatever the time zone difference (even staying up as late as 2am to tune in!) As the show built, we created a gallery from pictures viewerssent in (coupled with our daily family dance -if you know, you know), there was magic, sketches and mayhem. Viewers sent in hundreds of messages every day telling us what they were up to from walking to baking and from arts and crafts to short films. Then, an amazing thing happened,viewers started getting to know each other and interacting outside the show. They would inspire each other to paint, create, bake or design. Over the nine weeks it ran, the word spread, we built a fun, friendly community picking up over 15,000 viewers on one show alone.
The way the show worked was unique. I felt like the conductor and the viewers were the orchestra. Every day, I would write a few pages, stop the action and ask the viewers to come up with what happens next. Thousands of ideas came in and I tried my best to include as many as I could, which is why the story became crazier and crazier.The characters were weird, the story was nuts and the ideas were strange. But, it kind of works and this is what we collectively created. Ican?t thank all 191 of you for all your fantastic ideas. Does it make sense? Well, I?ve tried but whenyou ask nearly 200 children for ideas you can?t expect it to make too much sense. However, it does kind of work as you?ll see. It?s very silly, there are lots of crazy characters and its very funny. You should all be really proud of what you helped create. I really hope you enjoy reading it.

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