Revenge of the Red Knight

Revenge of the Red Knight In this Imagination Station adventure Patrick and Beth find themselves as guests in a beautiful castle in th century England Through a series of events the steward of Lord Darkthorn s castle finds

  • Title: Revenge of the Red Knight
  • Author: Marianne Hering Paul McCusker
  • ISBN: 9781589976306
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this Imagination Station adventure, Patrick and Beth find themselves as guests in a beautiful castle in 15th century England Through a series of events, the steward of Lord Darkthorn s castle finds the cousins with three artifacts collected in their previous adventures the stone, the cup, and the golden tablet They are accused of being thieves and locked in jail BetIn this Imagination Station adventure, Patrick and Beth find themselves as guests in a beautiful castle in 15th century England Through a series of events, the steward of Lord Darkthorn s castle finds the cousins with three artifacts collected in their previous adventures the stone, the cup, and the golden tablet They are accused of being thieves and locked in jail Beth escapes and discovers the identity of the real thief, leading to a jousting contest with a surprising outcome Set during the War of the Roses in England, Revenge of the Red Knight will teach readers about the Crusades, the integrity of knights and the vows they took, and why men would choose to risk their lives to fight for Christianity.

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    1. Medieval adventure awaits through the Imagination Station!Patrick and Beth take an adventure into Medieval times when they are in the midst of a series of adventures they are accused of being theives and cast into the dungeon! Will they escape and be able to safe the day?I think this one was my favorite mostly because I really like books set in the time of knights and kings. These books are just fun, filled with great interwoven historical details, (though keep in mind that these books are aimed [...]

    2. Instead of Whit's End, Beth and Patrick landed in a cave. They met a boy named James who is sending the letters to Mr. Whittaker. The letters tell them how to go different places in time.It's a fun story because Beth and Patrick learn about England during the War of the Roses. The Red Knight is with the House of Lancaster. He and Sir Andrew are fighting over whether Beth, Patrick, James, and Albert go in the Tower.

    3. Patrick and Beth travel back in time trying to help a friend of Whit. they face lots of things along the way this is a great book and these books are easy to read and are so interesting i normally finish them in one day!!

    4. In this latest book of the Imagination Station Series, Beth and Patrick have traveled through time again, but this time they have no idea what time period they are in when they get to their destination. The time machine has just picked a location and sent them there after their successful mission in China with the golden tablet. We finally get to learn who the mysterious Albert is. We also learn who the knight is and how he is able to follow them in the Imagination Station around through time. W [...]

    5. Cousins Beth and Patrick are trying to help Mr. Whittaker reclaim several missing treasures from a treasure room in ancient England. They've been to Greenland, the time of Kublai Khan, and now they are in England in the 1400's. It's here that they meet Hugh, a man they soon realize is a villain. Will they be successful in restoring the historical treasures?I think that it would have been very helpful for me to have read books 1-3 in the series before this one. But I didn't. Still I was able to e [...]

    6. This 4th book in the Imagination Station series takes place during medieval England. Two kids, Beth and Patrick, end up on an adventure where they meet a good knight, a bad knight, and Lord Darkthorn, whose treasures have been stolen. This book is written at a 2nd grade reading level, but even I was captured with the story! Definitely a page turner with a surprise ending. My children and I have read all of the Imagination Station books in order up to Revenge of the Red Knight. You could read the [...]

    7. Not realizing that Tyndale would so generously send me two books we were thrilled to also receive Revenge of the Red Knight. My eleven year old son picked this book up first and said, "COOL! Knights!!" He told me, "This book is about the knights, honor and keeping God in your life. I liked the part where the Tournament took place and Sir Andrew prayed and God heard him." If you're familiar with Adventures In Odyssey then you may remember the story of Whit and Dillon in Knight Travellers. Whit is [...]

    8. This installment of the Imagination Station saga begins with the cousins, well, not where they’re supposed to be. But in fact, it turns out to be exactly where they need to be. The find themselves in a perfect position to deliver the three artifacts from their previous adventures to Mr. Whittaker’s friend. Of course, things take an immediate turn for the worse when they are accused of being thieves and thrown in prison. After some investigation, they discover the real thief - as well as the [...]

    9. Another great addition to the series (but it has a misleading title .n!)Very interesting series (& book!) for young elementary school readers. Deserves 4 stars for what it is, but there is no revenge from the red knight! That's been the most consistent complaint with this series - many books are misleadingly named! I'd knock it down a half star from 4 stars to 3.5 stars because of this if I had the option. The first 5 books (at least) of this series all belong to the same story-arc, so you d [...]

    10. Revenge of the Red Knight is another great book from the Focus on the Family organization. In this book, Beth, and Patrick travel to England during the 15th century as guests in a castle. They take with them the artifacts they retrieved from their earlier adventures and are accused by a steward of being thieves. They are locked up in jail and while there, Beth manages to escape. After she escapes, she finds out who the real thief is and the motive behind his actions. This was another great book [...]

    11. I have completely read all of these books out of order. I have been reading them as they come in from the library so for this book in particular I think it would have been better to read the previous book. But at the start of the book it has a prologue that talks about what happened before in the story. This book was not as fun for me but still a good story. Beth and Patrick are on an adventure where there are jousting contests and knights! As usual the two are right in the middle of the action. [...]

    12. Couldn't lie this book down. Kept you on the edge of your seat. Continuing the story of Patrick and Beth. When leaving China, they ended up in Englandt at Whit's end. Met Mr. Whitaker's family and found the reason why they had been having to go to the other countries to get the artifacts. Ended as if this was the end, but Patrick has a feeling there is more coming. Can't wait to get to the next book!

    13. This time the cousins Patrick and Beth have gone straight from Ancient Mongolia to Old England around the time of the War of the Roses. I love how each of the Imagination Station books gives enough background in the prologue to make each book stand alone. This time the cousins learn about knighthood, how knights weren’t always chivalrous and noble, and then more about the on-going Imagination Station story. I love this series!!

    14. My name is Andrew. I am 8. I like this book very much because there is a lot of action and it is not a long book. The protangonists are ordinary kids named Patrick and Beth. They are trying to find ancient treasures to give them to a guy named Sir Andrew. A man named Lord Darkthorn is angry and he will lock Albert, Sir Andrew's brother, in his tower if he doesn't get the treasure. In the end, Beth and Patrick save the day!

    15. This is a great mystery story both girls and boys will enjoy, for it takes place in the era of knights, castles, and jousting. How did James and Patrick get free and why did they crawl behind hedges to get to the door of the castle? When the red knight lost the joust of peace, what did he do that was unfair? Who had been stealing the treasures?

    16. In this I.S. adventure, cousins Beth and Patrick finally learn about why and who has sent them on all their adventures so far. Again, it reminds me of the Magic Tree house series in style. It is a good book that I think most 1st to 3rd-graders, maybe even 4th-graders, would enjoy.

    17. I recently read Revenge of the Red Knight (Imagination Station, #4) by Marianne Hering. This book wrapped up the story of the mysterious notes that had been appearing in the Imagination Station. We are excited to see what happens next with Hugh.

    18. Revenge of the Red Knight is a fun short story, but God really isn't present in it, other than as the recipient of prayers. It doesn't teach a moral or show Christian values. A fun book, but not particularly Christian.

    19. In Revenge of the Red Knight, Patrick and Beth get caught up in the middle of Lancasters and Yorks. They, also, run into the scoundrel Master Hugh, who makes an appearance in other Imagination Station books. This isn't one of my favorite stories of the series but still enjoyed it.4 stars.

    20. Read aloud to Emma and Will. Kids arresting up this series. I wish the writing were more mature, otherwise I find them very enjoyable books as well.

    21. Sam says: I like all the parts especially when they got in the cave.Amelia says: I like the part when they meet Albert and the whole chapter of the stocks.

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