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Courage at the Castle (AIO Imagination Station Books) (edition 2024)

by Marianne Hering (Author)

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"When kids step into the Imagination Station, they travel back in time and across the world with cousins Patrick and Beth. Each book is historically accurate, and readers will grow in their faith and knowledge of big historical events as they race through each unforgettable story. This really is a different kind of adventure for cousins Patrick and Beth. After visiting the USSR in the sixties to help a Swedish pastor smuggle Bibles to believers in Russia, the cousins are swept away to fifteenth-century England to learn how the English Bible even came to be--and the real costs it would take to make that possibility a reality. They meet Christian hero William Tyndale, as well the furious King Henry VIII. Patrick and Beth begin to see that God's people have always had enemies desperate to stop the spread of His love and truth." --… (more)
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"When kids step into the Imagination Station, they travel back in time and across the world with cousins Patrick and Beth. Each book is historically accurate, and readers will grow in their faith and knowledge of big historical events as they race through each unforgettable story. This really is a different kind of adventure for cousins Patrick and Beth. After visiting the USSR in the sixties to help a Swedish pastor smuggle Bibles to believers in Russia, the cousins are swept away to fifteenth-century England to learn how the English Bible even came to be--and the real costs it would take to make that possibility a reality. They meet Christian hero William Tyndale, as well the furious King Henry VIII. Patrick and Beth begin to see that God's people have always had enemies desperate to stop the spread of His love and truth." --

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