Imagination Station Pack Volumes 22 thru 24

Imagination Station Pack Volumes 22 thru 24
    Code: IMAGI20308
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    ISBN: 9781646070138
    Author: Paul McCusker
    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: Tyndale
    Series: The Imagination Station
    Ages: 7 and up
    Size: 5½ x 8
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    In 1861, the states are divided North and South, and the country is at its most vulnerable. The Imagination Station takes cousins Patrick and Beth to the heart of the Civil War. Can they help Abraham Lincoln hold the nation together while foiling plots against him? Can they rescue friends on the Underground Railroad? To succeed, they’ll have to face hatred and hostility on the rails, down the river, and in the capital.

    Titles include:

    Freedom at the Falls

    Join cousins Patrick and Beth in 1861 as the ride The Lincoln special, a train carrying President-elect Abraham Lincoln to northern New York. Mr. Lincoln is troubled because the Southern states are in an uproar over slavery. But Patrick and Beth care about one slave in particular—a runaway named Sally who is hiding on the train. When a slave catcher finds out about Sally's escape plans, the cousins must help her find a new route to Canada. They become "conductors" on the Underground Railroad. Meanwhile, Mrs. Lincoln and her son Willie join in. But will that be enough to keep Sally away from a slave catcher hot on her trail?

    Terror in the Tunnel

    Book 23 in the highly successful Imagination Station series finds cousins Beth and Patrick nearing Washington, D.C., on the train with Abraham Lincoln, heading to his first inauguration. But a band of assassins plan to meet Lincoln in Baltimore and end his presidency before it starts. Can the cousins help get him through the city safely and on to his big history-making day?

    Rescue on the River

    In Rescue on the River, cousins Patrick and Beth attend Abraham Lincoln's inauguration and discover that their friend's brother Kitch is a slave in South Carolina. The cousins search for Kitch as they travel down the Combahee River with Harriet Tubman. They help with the secret mission of the Second South Carolina Volunteers, an African American unit. Will they be able to find and rescue Kitch?