The Imagination Station Series: Books 4-6
Kids will experience an unforgettable journey filled with
action-packed adventure that will inspire their imagination. When
they step into the Imagination Station, they’ll be whisked away with
Patrick and Beth to embark on a journey around the world and through
Visit a medieval castle and "see" a joust in Revenge of the Red
Knight; travel to the Holy Land with David in Showdown with
the Shepherd; and join in on the first Thanksgiving feast in
Problems in Plymouth.
Revenge of the Red Knight:
In this Imagination Station adventure Patrick and Beth find
themselves as guests in a beautiful castle in 15th century England.
Through a series of events, the steward of Lord Darkthorn's castle
finds the cousins with three artifacts collected in their previous
adventures: the stone, the cup, and the golden tablet. They are
accused of being thieves and locked in jail. Beth escapes and
discovers the identity of the real thief, leading to a jousting
contest with a surprising outcome. Set during the War of the Roses in
England, Revenge of the Red Knight will teach readers about the
Crusades, the integrity of knights and the vows they took, and why
men would choose to risk their lives to fight for Christianity.
Showdown with the Shepherd:
Patrick and Beth go to the Holy Land in the 10th century B.C.,
where their goal is to get back the ring Hugh stole and return it to
him in 1450s England where he belongs. But troubles await them as
soon as they step out of the Imagination Station-first they meet an
angry bear and then later they meet an angry giant! Join the cousins
as they learn that having a giant faith is more important than
having a giant on your side.
Problems in Plymouth:
Patrick and Beth's next adventure leads them to Plymouth
Plantation in 1621, where they meet William Bradford, Miles
Standish, and Chief Massasoit, who are trying to establish peace
between the Pilgrims and the Indians. Things are anything but
peaceful though when a musket is stolen and the Pilgrims conclude
that the Indians are planning war. Only Patrick and Beth know who
the real thief is-the traitor Hugh-and it's up to them to find him
and stop him from causing trouble. When the cousins hear a gunshot
during the first Thanksgiving feast, their worst fears are realized.
They rush to the Mayflower and try to set right history, even as
Hugh desperately tries to change it.
McCusker is the creative content director for Focus on the Family. He
has been a writer of fiction, nonfiction, and drama since 1979. His work
includes over forty published novels, full-length plays, dramatic sketch
collections, and song lyrics. For the Adventures in Odyssey
series alone, he has written over 200 half-hour radio episodes, eighteen
novels, and two screenplays for the best-selling animated videos. He has
dramatized many classics for Focus on the Family Radio Theatre,
including A Christmas Carol and Jan Karon's At Home in Mitford.
He also wrote and directed the Peabody Award–winning Bonhoeffer: The
Cost of Freedom and created the highly acclaimed Father Gilbert
Mysteries series. Paul lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with his
wife, Elizabeth, and their two children.
Hering is a prolific writer, having written hundreds of articles and a
number of books for children and parents. For nine years she worked for
several magazines in Focus on the Family's periodicals department and
became the editor of Clubhouse, a Focus on the Family children's
magazine with a circulation of over 100,000. Marianne's book titles
include two series for girls (Lights, Camera, Action; and
White House Adventures) and a recent biography of William Bradford.
Her most recent title is a compilation of activities from Clubhouse
magazine, the Focus on the Family Clubhouse Family Activity Book. As a
mother of three children, Marianne is interested in parenting and
education issues, including home schooling and tutoring reading. She
graduated from Biola University (La Mirada, California) with a degree in
psychology and has continued her education with courses in writing and
editing. She and her husband, Doug, live in Colorado with their
nine-year-old daughter, Danielle, and two-year-old twin sons, Justin and
Younger has written over 100 episodes of Adventures in Odyssey.
He is also the author of several children's novels, including the
The Case of the Mysterious Message and the AIO
Kidsboro series. He attended Baylor University in
Waco, Texas and graduate school at Regent University in Virginia Beach,
Virginia. Marshal and his wife Stephanie have three girls, Bryn, Paityn
and Kristyn, and are also foster parents.
D. Eastman is Product Marketing Manager at Focus on the Family, where he
works on the world-renowned Adventures in Odyssey brand, a show
his dad got him hooked on when Brock was little. Brock, his wife and
their two daughters reside at the base of America's mountain, and are
learning to call Colorado home, but sometimes need a visit to the
cornfields and hospitality of the Midwest.
Experience history and
learn lessons as Adventures in Odyssey characters travel
through time in Mr. Whittaker's greatest invention, the Imagination
- 5.5 x 8.0 inches
- Contains Books 4-6 of The
Imagination Station book series (3-in-1 format)
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