Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Battle for Cannibal Island and Escape to the Hiding Place Reviews

Beth and Patrick are on another Imagination Station adventure this time to Fiji in the 1850’s! The cousins find themselves being accused as stowaways on board a ship being hunted down by cannibals.  After a series of events Patrick and Beth find themselves separated. Patrick is knocked over board with Nettleton, a sailor on the ship, while Beth follows James Calvert, a missionary trying to witness to the cannibal’s king.

Another Adventure is in store for the two cousins, this time during World War Two in Holland. The cousins find themselves in a dangerous predicament. They need to get a little Jewish baby to its mother without being caught. Patrick and Beth hear that it’s not safe to leave the farm where their staying but at the same time they are told that it’s not safe to stay either. As they begin their journey to the hiding place they find that the Germans are everywhere. They begin to wonder if the hiding place is even a place where they can hide and the Germans won’t find them.

Battle for Cannibal Island is the eighth book in the Imagination Station series by Marianne Hering and Wayne Thomas Batson. And Escape to the Hiding Place is the ninth book in the Imagination Station series by Marianne Hering and Marshal Younger. Both of these books were an easy and fun read. The series is obviously written for younger readers but people of all ages will love the Christian values it teaches and enjoy the fun historical read. Lovers of the radio series Adventures in Odyssey will definitely want to read this series and will be sure to fall in love with these books. All in all it was a great book.

I got a free review copy of Battle for Cannibal Island and Escape to the Hiding Place from Tyndale House Publishers in return for my honest review.

5 out of 5. I loved  this  Afternoon Snack and wouldn't mind to nibble on it again!

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