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The Tremendous Travels and Intergalactic Misgivings of the Karillapig-bookcover

By: Michelle Graham

The Tremendous Travels and Intergalactic Misgivings of the Karillapig

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Do you ever find yourself looking up at the night sky and asking, ‘who lives on the dark side of the Moon?’

Well, it’s a fair question, is it not? It’s certainly up there with other such burning questions, such as, ‘If you can tune a piano, why can’t you tuna fish?’

The Tremendous Travels and Intergalactic Misgivings of the Karillapig continue on from The Adventures of the Karillapig where we follow our intrepid Moon hero, the Karillapig, who is from the dark side of the Moon, as he embarks on a series of calamitous investigations in an attempt to establish how us earth beings achieved space travel.

Incidentally, in case you were wondering – and I’m sure you were – The dark side of the Moon is inhabited by many different Moon Critters; Moon Critters come in all shapes and sizes and include favourites such as ‘The Hippobuffafrog,’ ‘The Evil Flapperbiller,’ and ‘Moofus McRadling.’ For years now, Moon Critters have puzzled over a burning question: ‘How did Earth beings achieve space travel?’ Hence the Karillapig’s investigations…

The Karillapig isn’t alone. Not at all – you may be surprised to learn that there are at least three Moon Critters currently here on Earth – as may The Bumblebottoms, whose garden (to be more precise, a discarded washing up bowl at the bottom of the Bumblebottoms’ garden) is home to our Moon Critters whilst here on Earth.

One thing is for sure – where the Karillapig is, you will find chaos, havoc, and general tomfoolery…

Michelle Graham has been writing children’s stories, blogs, and pieces for comedy websites for several years. The Adventures of the Karillapig has been developed over a number of years. As a child, Michelle, along with her sister Debbie, made up stories about fictional characters, and so was born ‘The Karillapig’. In her day job, Michelle is a tutor and specialises in subjects around employment law and health and safety.

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