Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Peril in the Palace by Paul McCusker and Marianne Hering (AIO Imagination Station Book 3)

The last 2 books are out for the Imagination Station series.  I just finished reading book 3 Peril in the Palace.  This book was another exciting adventure in the continuation of the quest to save Mr. Whittaker's friend, Albert.  You can read my reviews of book 1 here and book 2 here.  Much like the other books, Patrick and Beth learn about the history and culture of the time they have been transported to.  In this book, they travel back in time to the year 1271 to the land of China to meet Kublai Khan.  Their mission is to find the golden tablet of Kublai Khan.  Mr. Whittaker gives them several packages to give to others as gifts in order to help them with their mission.   Some of the gifts prove helpful, while others do not seem to work and get them into more trouble.  You'll have to read the book to find out if they complete their mission in finding the golden tablet in time to help Mr. Whittaker's friend, Albert.

I really liked the previous 2 books of this series and the third book did not disappoint.   The books are great for this age group (ages 7 and up).  I think that the writing is well done and that the plot will keep the young reader's attention.   I definitely recommend this series!  You can read the first 5 pages of the 4th book in the series The Revenge of the Red Knight here on Adventures in Odyssey's The Imagination Station website.  Just click on the read button that says Watch a Click Book.

****Tyndale House Publishers provided me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. 

1 comment:

Chastity Gomez said...

Just found your blog and already signed up on most of the sights you listed- question fro you- Tyndale house accepted me, but they only have like 3 books for me to choose from to review from what i could see- do more books become available to you the more reviews you do? Any help there would be appreciated! Thanks!

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