The Imagination Station Series: Books 13-15
When they step into the Imagination
Station, kids experience an unforgettable journey filled with
action-packed adventure to inspire their imaginations. With each
book, they're whisked away with cousins Patrick and Beth to embark
on a new journey around the world and back in time.
The Redcoats Are Coming!
The first of a three-book story arc about
the American Revolution, The Redcoats Are Coming follows
Patrick and Beth as they assist the revolutionaries by waking up the
sleeping citizens of 1775 Concord before the Redcoats come. In this
adventure, the cousins meet Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, and John
Hancock. They help smuggle musket balls, sound the alarm that the
Redcoats are coming, and deliver a secret message to Paul Revere.
Along the way they learn that most of the revolutionaries leaned on
God's direction and even pastors helped in the cause.
Captured on the High Seas
British warships battle with American
privateers in this high sea adventure. Cousins Patrick and Beth have
landed on the Royal Louis in the middle of the Revolutionary
War. Cannonballs fly and swords slash. They're captured! Now they
face even more dangers. Will their new friend James Forten be sold
by the British into the West Indies slave trade? Or will they all be
sentenced to the overcrowded prison ship floating near shore where
scores of prisoners die from filth and disease? Patrick and Beth
help plan a daring escape as they witness firsthand the deeds of
brave heroes who fought to make America the land of the free.
Surprise at Yorktown
Travel two centuries back in time to the final battle of the
American Revolution at Yorktown, Virginia. Cousins Patrick and Beth
sneak through trenches and race across battlefields to warn General
George Washington about a dangerous spy. The spy is stealing his
secret plans and giving them to the British. Cannons roar and the
ground shakes as the struggle reaches a climax. Washington’s ragtag
soldiers are up against the most powerful army in the world. Will
Patrick and Beth witness the American Revolution come to an end? Or
will they be caught in a dangerous trap they can’t escape?
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.
Wayne Thomas Batson has spent the last fifteen years
teaching Reading and English to middle schools students. He pioneered
the active instruction of Strategic Reading in Anne Arundel County and
has written Reading and English Curricula for Anne Arundel County,
Carroll County, and Howard County Public Schools. Most recently, he
helped develop the Challenge Reading Curriculum for advanced readers in
Howard County, Maryland. Wayne Thomas Batson lives in Eldersburg with
his beautiful wife of eleven years and his four wonderful young
children. Besides dividing his time between family, teaching, and
writing, he likes to read, golf, play PS2, travel to the beach, play
electric guitar, and create 3D artwork.
Nancy I. Sanders
grew up the youngest of seven children on a dairy farm in Everett,
Pennsylvania. She helped milk the cows, bale the hay, drive the tractor,
and pick giant weeds out of their humongous garden. As a stay-at-home
mom for more than 20 years, Nancy found true enjoyment in taking pen to
paper and learning the craft of writing. Much of Nancy's time is spent
writing books and working on various manuscript projects. Her favorite
topics to write about are God, Bible stories, educational subjects, and
African American history.
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 13-15 of The
Imagination Station book series (3-in-1 format)
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