The Doctor and her friends find themselves in terrible danger in a psychic forest, and discover a threat as old as time itself, in the first of four linked adventures for Team TARDIS. Written in the form of a diary, with entries from Ryan, Graham and Yaz, and illustrated throughout, this new series is perfect for young fans of Doctor Who.
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- Boda is home to a peaceful race called the Producers, who are the guardians of the trees.
- The Doctor is destined, at some point in her future, to save the Producers from a species of bark-eating wasp.
Foods and beverages
- The Doctor eats a custard cream.
- The Doctor claims that her psychic paper has gotten her out of more scrapes than Ryan has had Yorkshire puddings.
- Ryan once dropped a bacon roll on the floor and ate it anyway.
- Boda's moon is a forest moon in the Plim Galaxy.
- Solarrisa II is an ocean planet.
- The Producers run a psychic paper factory on Boda.
- The psychic trees of Boda are made into psychic paper after their death.
- Yaz flippantly compares the TARDIS console to a laptop.
- The Producers gift the Doctor a psychic diary made of psychic paper, which records the lives of anyone holding it as they happen.
- In primary school, Ryan used to sneak looks at his digital watch when he was supposed to be telling the time using the big and small hands on the clock.
- The Doctor has borrowed a first edition copy of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz from Olla.
- In Year 6, Ryan once turned up to school dressed as Spider-Man after a boy called Keith told him it was a fancy-dress day.
- The psychic paper diary is unable to detect the dateline whilst in the Time Vortex.
- The funeral takes place on Day Forty-Eight of the Ninth Cycle, in the 54th century.
- Team TARDIS set off for the funeral from Wednesday 30 October 2019.
- The psychic trees of Boda know the moment of their death, and are at peace with it.
- The TARDIS team found a pack of playing cards and some books to take to Solarrisa II.
- Graham jokingly suggests the tree's essences go to IKEA when they die.
- The Doctor admits that gravity still takes her by surprise when the TARDIS lands with a thump.
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