Problems in Plymouth: Review

There are problems at Plymouth rock, and Beth and Patrick are caught right in the middle of it all!  In this book, the sixth in “The Imagination Station” series, the cousins are in hot pursuit of a man named Hugh who has used a special ring to leave his time (medieval ages) and stir up trouble during the colonial times in North America.


After using the Imagination Station in Whit’s End, the cousins come face to face with Hugh and try to convince him to return to his time.  Fearing punishment, Hugh runs away and suddenly, Beth and Patrick are surrounded by a bunch of Native Americans, with arrows!

Through a series of events, Beth and Patrick find themselves among the crowd at the first Thanksgiving, but Hugh is stirring up trouble again and the celebration may be ruined!

Compared to Showdown with the Shepherd, this book lacks a bit when it comes to drama and a smooth plotline.  Though it’s still a good read, it seems like the authors are stretching a bit to develop a climax to the storyline.    However, it’s still great work and a worth taking a look at.  Why not buy all six books in the series for a Christmas gift?  At only $5 each, it’s something worth thinking about!

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Check out Other Books in this Series:

Voyage with the Vikings (Book #1)

Attack in the Arena (Book #2)

Peril in the Palace (Book #3)

Revenge of the Red Knight (Book #4)



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  1. Favorite part of Thanksgiving? Lots of food!
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  2. Great family traditions and time off

  3. Excellent website, really enjoyed reading what you have to say.

  4. I enjoy spending time with family and singing in our community Thanksgiving service.

  5. My favorite part of Thanksgiving is spending time with the family and listening to the children say what they are thankful for. As they grow, they become more rote with their answers, but at the young ages, they are so sincere.

  6. That’s very true, Brenda. Looking forward to hearing some little kid answers myself!

  7. Thanks for linking this up with {MMM} this week. Who doesn’t love a giveaway or a cheap kids book?
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