Sunday, November 13, 2011
As I said, it is similar to Magic Tree House in that the main characters, cousins Patrick and Beth, go through time on quests to find out why the Imagination Station isn't working the way it should. Their quest in Peril in the Palace is to find the golden tablet of Kublai Khan. But while going on this quest, they find more clues as to who is sending them their quests and why the Imagination Station isn't working correctly.
I would recommend this book to anyone with a child who loves stories with adventure. We will be reading the whole series from Book 1 until they don't publish anymore. This book can be purchased at Amazon.com, Christianbook.com or BN.com.
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