Sunday, June 29, 2014

Secret of the Prince's Tomb by Marianne Hering, Marshal Younger (Review)

  • Age Range: 6 - 9 years
  • Series: AIO Imagination Station Books (Book 7)
  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Focus on the Family (December 16, 2011)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1589976733

“The Egyptians believe that whoever opens a tomb will be cursed!”

The hot sun and sand of ancient Egypt await Patrick and Beth in their next Imagination Station adventure. The cousins are caught between a terrible ruler and a nation bound for slavery. To help their new friend Tabitha, the cousins must seek out a great secret—one that will give hope to her family and future generations. Their search takes them to an ancient burial vault and . . . a mummy! But the vault is a confusing maze, filled with traps and mysterious symbols. Will the cousins ever get out again to share a life-changing hope?

My Review:

Patrick and Beth push the red button in the Imagination Station and end up in ancient Egypt. The Hebrew people are entering into slavery. The cousins make friends with the child Prince and his friend Tabitha. She is Hebrew and the Prince cannot protect her and her family anymore. Patrick and Beth feel the need to provide hope for the Hebrews. Once they say God's message the Imagination Station picked them up and returned them to home, Whit's End. This adventure had action and a good message. Recommended.

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