Attack At The Arena (Aio Imagination Station Books)
  • Attack At The Arena (Aio Imagination Station Books)
  • Attack At The Arena (Aio Imagination Station Books)
  • Attack At The Arena (Aio Imagination Station Books)
  • Attack At The Arena (Aio Imagination Station Books)
ISBN: 1589976282
EAN13: 9781589976283
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 1, 2011
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 7.9" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Lions and tigers and boars, oh my!
Stop the fighting--in the name of Christ--stop!
Cousins Patrick and Beth are off on their second Imagination Station adventure. Mr. Whittaker's mysterious invention takes them to ancient Rome, where they must find a special silver cup. Near the city gate, the cousins are separated when Beth is enslaved to the emperor and Patrick meets a wise monk named Telemachus. All three end up in the famous Roman arena. Telemachus wants to share an important message with the emperor. Beth wants to know how to get the cup. And Patrick just wants to escape with his life!
The key to adventure lies within your imagination! What to join Patrick and Beth on their adventures? Visit You'll find out more fun facts about Vikings and the animals of Greenland. Plus you'll get the scoop on the next book, and much more!
Recommended for ages 7 and up
Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level: 2.3

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Great book for kids, but I thought it was kind of boring. The storyline was great, but could use some help.
   My kids at school loved this series
My school children loved this series. It is easy enough for struggling readers and interesting enough that many of my stronger readers went through the whole series so really good for kids to share their books without making them feel like their reading skills were obvious. Christian focus is very gentle and so good for all families.
   Scared my boy but he liked it.
We liked this just as much as the first. A few nights my little one asked me that I stopped reading because it was just too scary, but then he would let me move on so that he could see what happened. I thought it good that he would be scared, and it was a cute way to introduce persecution.
Continues from the Voyage of the Vikings. This time they have to save a silver cup to get Andrew. But here is adventure too. Took me a few hours to read.
   The Imagination Station books capture my grandchildren's attention.ildren
A book series like this is wonderful. My grandchildren, even the ones who don 't like to read, are charmed by the stories contained within them. In addition, they learn history, good character properties and good morals while enjoying themselves. I can 't say enough good things about them.
This has been a read series to my five and seven year old. They always ask me to read one more chapter ''!
   Great book about faith.😇
Patrick and Beth take you on adventures without leaving your house, you learn about how faith is more important than life itself, but Jesus Christ rewards you for it, I imagine that the monk is in Heaven, praising the Lord since the day he died.
   My girls love them
My twin girls of 8 years old love these books! They read through them quickly, though they are one of the longer books they read for school reading assignments daily. Grade appropriate :