Imagination Station byMarianne Hering & Paul McCusker

Imagination Station Series

By Marianne Hering & Paul McCusker
Level 3
Review:

The Imagination Station books, published by Focus on the Family, are especially great for reluctant readers who need easier reading while still having wholesome, worthwhile, and fun stories. For a Level 3 book, the writing is good but not great. God, prayer, the Bible, and Christian principles such as mercy and kindness are displayed. I also like the history that is learned through reading the books. I don’t recommend these books as read-alouds because the writing is so simple. After the first book, the books do not need to be read in order. This is a great alternative for parents who feel uneasy about The Magic Tree House series.

Books in this series we have reviewed and recommend: Voyage with the Vikings, Attack at the Arena, Revenge of the Red Knight (note: this one contains one instance that some may consider taking God’s name in vain) 

(Reviewed by Jenny Phillips)

Series Yes
Genre Historical Fiction
The Good and the Beautiful Library No
  • 3.5 Entertainment Value
  • 4 Moral Value
  • 3 Educational Value
  • 3 Literary Value
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