Imagination Einstein


The First "Ever Lasting Story" In The History Of All Times
Join Us At The Club Of Daydreamers
Imagination, Here We Come!!!!

The first "Ever lasting story" in the whole world. Kids & parents, you can use your writing skills & incredible ideas to participate in the world's premiere event. "Full Moon" will begin a story & Participants need to put on their thoughts to create an infinite story. we can take the events in any direction we feel like. No restrictions. After all this is our story
The stage is all yours kids. Be numerous and keep your imagination engines on.
We are heading to the skyyyyyyyyy…..

Fill the form below and create your own view of the story.
In one year, we will be publishing our first "Ever Lasting Story"
The name of all daydreamer will appear on it
It is very exciting, i promise you...
Waiting for your creativity,let it import you to the realm of the extraordinary...

This is how the story begins:

Once upon a time, there was a little boy called “Pablo Cartona ”, his mom: “Marguerita Cartona” is the owner of “Cartona” Pizzeria.

His father “Zokkini Cartona” is a contact juggler. He is always on tours around the globe to show the world his unique talent. His role model is okotanpe. The best contact juggler ever. He is Japanese; Follow this link to see what contact jugglers do. Trust me, it is beyond amazing!!!!!!!


Okatanpe: The best contact Juggler ever, Zokkini'role model

Pablo is a collector of kinder surprise. He likes the chocolate, but most of all he is obsessed in gathering all the surprises that come with it. In his room, he has a special glass closet to show his collection. He started his collection 5 years ago when he was 5 years old. And till now he has over 150 different surprises!!!!

Kinder Surprise Kinder surprises

He is also the number one fan of his father. He considers him his Hero. He believes that he is lucky because each summer and during holidays, he gets to travel with his dad all around and discovers marvelous countries along with extraordinary cultures.

His best friend is called “Spaghetti Bolognesa”. He is a redhead. He has a characteristic hair that looks like spaghetti. He likes to draw. He draws everything that comes in his way. He is like a moving camera. All that his eye captures is translated into a colorful painting. He likes playing with colors. The feeling of paint on his fingers gives me a great sensation. His work resembles the work of this genius boy:

Spaghetti Bolognesa Margueritta Cartona

Turtle Kid: Spaghetti's style of painting

Pablo and his friend spend most of their after school time in his mom’ pizzeria. Sometimes his mom asks them to help the chef in kneading the dough. They enjoy it because they consider it a challenge and part of conserving the Italian tradition. They also learned how to toss it in a very acrobatic way. They brag about this skill in front of clients and friends. Mamma miaaaaaa!!!!!

Some other time, they like to spend it while exploring and experimenting. They have recently discovered a very interesting website that matches their taste in conducting tests in many fields. This website is called: Hunkin’s experiments. It is very cool. They have tried most of those experiments. You can check it yourself:

Hunkin's inspiration

This December, Zukkini, Pablo’s father is coming home for few days. Then they are both going to spend the Christmas break away.

Now it is time for you to continue the story. You are free to take the Cartona'family wherever you want and let them have the adventures that you find it exciting and memorable.

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