Friday, November 9, 2012

The Imagination Station Books Review

I review by Funny Bunny {my 9-year old daughter}: 

I received two Adventures in Odyssey: The Imagination Station books.

Book 8, Battle for Cannibal Island, is about cousins Patrick and Beth.  Patrick is bummed out about having to go to his Grandma’s birthday party.  So he secretly plans an adventure in the Imagination Station – without Whit’s permission.  Beth thinks it’s a bad idea, but it’s all hands on deck for Patrick and Beth!  When they land on a ship, they think they’re with pirates.  But when Patrick and Beth get separated, pirates are the least of their worries.  Will a special friend that they meet named James Calvert get his wish and preach to the cannibals?  Can the rescue party, including Calvert and Beth, find Patrick?  Or will the cannibals find him first?  

Book 9, Escape to the Hiding Place, is also about cousins Patrick and Beth.  Patrick and Beth aren’t very happy when they enter Whit’s End, and after feeding them ice cream and soda, Whit decides to give them an Imagination Station adventure.  They end up in World War II.  They meet a man named Bernard, and have a narrow escape from German Nazis.  Then they are sent on an even more dangerous mission – they must deliver a Jewish baby to its mother.  But when a German soldier burns up Beth’s card, they need to find a way to get to the hiding place undetected.  How will they get into the shop which houses the hiding place?  Or is there even one?

I liked The Imagination Station books because they are adventurous and easy to read.  I can’t choose a favorite out of these two, but this is a really good book series and I’d love to get more! 

Find Out More:  You can find out more online at Tyndale House PublishersBattle for Cannibal Island and Escape to the Hiding Place are both just $4.99.  If you are interested in more in The Imagination Station series, you can see them all here.

Disclaimer:  This product was given to Our Homeschool Reviews for free by Tyndale House Publishers for review purposes, and I do not have to return the product to the vendor.  I have received no compensation from it and all opinions and experiences within this review are my own.



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