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Fiction Ages 9-12
Pages: 224
Themes: time travel, Native Americans, ancient culture
Publisher: Heritage House Publishing
Pub Date: 01/08/2015
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In their last adventure, Cody, Eric and Rachel were clever enough to fool their town with a homemade “ancient Egyptian” tablet. Their exploits brought some much-needed tourism to their hometown, but their deception won them a summer’s worth of community service. While mowing the grass in the local cemetery, they stumble across some ancient stones that seem to indicate this was a sacred site long before the arrival of European settlers. All of a sudden, they find themselves on a rescue mission in a world beyond their imagination. Will their quick thinking and knack for history be enough to get them home?

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