Plagues swept the city. People cried out, “Why is this happening to us?” But in the Israelite part of the city, the people were safe. There were no plagues. And a man sat on his throne, refusing to let the Israelite people go, refusing to let them go from their hard work and slavery. They were stuck. Join Mary and Peter on an adventure to find out what happens next!
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*The Great Escape (The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls, Book Three)
Released: April 3, 2018
Page Count: 128
Ages: 6 – 9 years
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What is it about: It is about when Moses led the Israelites out of the Red Sea. And when the ten plagues happened.
Like: I liked the princess in the book because you can somewhat experience it from her view too.
Dislike: I disliked the scroll part when they were trying to find the scrolls because I don’t see how that is realistic. How do they suddenly find one scroll out of one thousand?
Recommend: I would recommend this book to kids ages 6-10. Or if you are interested in this topic at all, then, of course, you can read this book too.
A NOTE FROM MELODY + EMILY’S MOM
I love this series and the story behind the idea of how the book came to be. There’s adventure, exploration, and history. The illustrations are great and I especially love how they document their experiences. Be on the lookout for another fun surprise during this giveaway! 😉
One lucky reader will receive a copy of *The Great Escape. Giveaway ends Monday, April 16th. (Giveaway open to continental US residents ONLY. If you have been a winner of one of our giveaways in the last 30 days, you are not eligible for this giveaway.)
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Looks like an interesting book! Ian’s recent favorite book is “Wonder”… he has re-read it many many times!
That looks like a fun book to read. We enjoy reading/listening to Lamplighter books because it builds up character traits.
My son would really enjoy reading 📖 the secret of the hidden scrolls.
I think the kids would enjoy reading this!