This jump in history takes us to the failed attempt of abolishionist to establish an underground railroad for runaway slaves. Our time travelers must determine what must be done to correct the timeline so that the break in time can be fixed. Riq is separated from the others and is learning first hand what it means to be purchased as a slave and to run away. Jump into history and see it unravel in front of your eyes with the third book in the Infinity Ring series.
I am not disappointed by the concluding book in the 39 Clues Cahills Vs. Vespers series. The use of teamwork to accomplish the goals they need to meet always gets the job done. The selfish nature of the Vespers oozes from every detail written about them.
For old Mo Willems fans (& new!) this is a great take on the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. I used this as a companion to the original during story time and it was a huge hit! Fun for parents AND kids.
The Infinty Ring series brings us into the depths of battle. Thus helping a young reader develop a better understanding of war, working together and doing what's right for the whole instead of the individual. I love the new approach to history brought to us by this series.
This is an older book, but it is worth a second look. It has lovely pictures and it is about Gregory, a painter, who takes Charlie, an aspiring painter, under his wing. It reminds us how we learn from those who have gone before!