Problems in Plymouth

Problems in Plymouth The Imagination Station Adventures continue Patrick and Beth s next adventure leads them to Plymouth Plantation in There they meet William Bradford Miles Standish and Chief Massasoit who are t

  • Title: Problems in Plymouth
  • Author: Marianne Hering Marshal Younger
  • ISBN: 9781589976320
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Imagination Station Adventures continue Patrick and Beth s next adventure leads them to Plymouth Plantation in 1621 There they meet William Bradford, Miles Standish, and Chief Massasoit, who are trying to establish peace between the Pilgrims and the Indians Things are anything but peaceful, however, when a musket is stolen and the Pilgrims conclude the Indians are plThe Imagination Station Adventures continue Patrick and Beth s next adventure leads them to Plymouth Plantation in 1621 There they meet William Bradford, Miles Standish, and Chief Massasoit, who are trying to establish peace between the Pilgrims and the Indians Things are anything but peaceful, however, when a musket is stolen and the Pilgrims conclude the Indians are planning war Only Patrick and Beth know who the real thief is the traitor Hugh and it s up to the cousins to find him and stop him from causing trouble When the cousins hear a gunshot during the first Thanksgiving feast, their worst fears are realized They rush to the Mayflower and try to set right history, even as Hugh desperately tries to change it.

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    1. Perfect for young readers!Chances are that the kids in your life have heard and fallen in love with the Adventures in Odyssey audios, and the kids' many Imagination Station adventures. Well there's a whole new book series of adventures for young readers.Patrick and Beth's adventure finds them in 1621, where they meet many historic figures and stumble into another adventure! When food and muskets go missing the Pilgrims fear that the Indians may be planning a war, but Patrick and Beth know who is [...]

    2. this book is the perfect book for young christian readers is perfect for helping them learn about history and trusting Jesus.

    3. Jacob is reading for our family summer reading program.b 8/7/17Jacob read aloud to me so I could help him with the words and build up confidence again.b 8/14/17

    4. Cousins Beth and Patrick have been hopping through time on adventure after adventure on the trail of Hugh, an evil Englishman from the 1400's. They have managed to follow him to Plymouth and need to capture him before tensions rise to a boiling point between the Pilgrims and the Indians. Will the cousins be successful or will they change the course of history forever?I've grown up loving the Adventures in Odyssey Radio Series. When I saw that the Tyndale Summer Reading Program had several of the [...]

    5. The cousins Beth and Patrick are back in action and still trying to track down that dastardly character Hugh who has managed to hijack the Imagination Station and continues to inflict his high jinx on history. This time (as I’m sure you can guess by the title), they end up at the Plymouth settlement, where they learn about Pilgrims, participate in the first Thanksgiving, and (of course) right a few wrongs caused by Hugh.I’ve seen some complaints that this book doesn’t dive deeply into the [...]

    6. While looking for a christian oriented book about Thanksgiving I found Problems in Plymouth. This is a fiction history book for young readers but our whole family enjoyed this book. We, though, love all things Adventures in Odyssey. I guess one could say that we are Adventure in Odyssey fans! smileThere was much more to that first Thanksgiving than just turkey, Indians and Pilgrims as we found out in this fast paced read. In fact, learning about William Bradford, Miles Standish and Chief Massa [...]

    7. Beth and Patrick are off again in search for a character from a previous book. There is a prologue so the reader knows what is happening. Plymouth Plantation and Pilgrims and Indians are where the kids land right in the thick of things! While some of the things in this book are silly it's still full of history. I liked how right from the start the Indians are portrayed differently to the kids and the entire book takes a different angle than what is in the history books. There was a lot more goin [...]

    8. Problems in Plymouth is another great book in the Imagination Station series and this time Beth and Patrick venture to 1621 at Plymouth Plantation. At Plymouth, they meet Miles Standish, William Bradford, and Indian Chief Massasoit during a time where there is unrest between the Indians and Pilgrims. The unrest is made worse when Hugh, the archenemy, steals a musket causing the Pilgrims to believe the Indians stole them with war in their minds. Beth and Patrick race against the clock to catch Hu [...]

    9. Compared to other books in this series, this story seems a tad forced Unlike most of this series, this book didn't seem to have a point - other than to wrap up the 6 book story arc that begins with book 1. The story seemed a little forced, but overall I believe going readers will love this book. It does contain a prologue to catch you up in case you missed the first 5 books in the story line, which is nice.The larger than normal font, many illustrations, and easy to understand language make this [...]

    10. Time with the early pilgrims in this adventure. One thing I’ve noticed in the Imagination Station books is that each time the cousins change into the appropriate costumes for their age and gender which adds to the historical element of each time depicted. In this tale they learn about the hardships the pilgrims had, the importance of the treaties and some of the foods eaten by the pilgrims. Great book!

    11. In Problems in Plymouth, Beth and Patrick team up again to go back in time to the colony of Plymouth. They are in search of the troublemaker, Hugh. They wind up finding themselves in the middle of a squabble between the Native Americans and the Pilgrims. I found this story to be interesting and is a fun way to teach my children the early history of the United States. I’m really loving the Imagination Station series. 5 stars.

    12. The continuing saga of Patrick and Beth in the imagination station. They are now in American with the pilgrims. They are also still following Hugh, who needs to get back to his own time, but he doesn't want to because he will be brought up on charges. Now, you will have to read the story to see how this all comes out. Very good book.

    13. This book was a bit confusing for us non-Americans who don't know all of the details about Squanto, the relationships between the settlers and the Plymouth area natives, and the first Thanksgiving. Patrick and Beth travel to this historical period and have an adventure.

    14. From a Christian standpoint, I'm not typically impressed with Focus on the Family. This was, however, a safe book to read. I wish there was more emphasis on the gospel and lessons that are more biblical.

    15. Good, though simplistic. It had some interesting historical details of the pilgrims and their first Thanksgiving feast, entwined in a fun story for kids. Still, not as deep and engrossing as some I've read.

    16. Number 6 in the Imagination Station series if you can't tell the two main character are always in the middle of some important part of history and this time its the Plymouth Colony in 1621. This one was good one and I did enjoy it.

    17. Sam says: I like when they sent Hugh back to EnglandAmelia says: I like when they said "We'll rescue Squanto or we'll die trying"

    18. This book wrapped up the trouble with Hugh. It was also an interesting look at what life might have been like for the Pilgrims & Indians. Another good book in the series!

    19. This book takes place right around the first Thanksgiving. It seemed disconnected from God & instead focused on a sub-plot of several books. Not my favorite Imagination Station Book.

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