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Re: PATRIOTISM!!! A book about the country's battle for freedom
« Reply #50 on: July 28, 2018, 10:06:51 am »
If you haven't already, get started on this four-book series geared toward those 11-and-up.  Kids love the action, and parents love that there's some history involved.   ;)

All four also available in PAPERBACK.


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    Re: PATRIOTISM!!! A book about the country's battle for freedom
    « Reply #51 on: August 11, 2018, 10:53:22 am »
    Kids aged 11-13 (and their parents!) love the Timekeepers books...  they're fun, include adventure and danger.  Best of all, they're good for both girls and boys.  Check them out!!

    **All are available in paperback.**




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    Re: PATRIOTISM!!! A book about the country's battle for freedom
    « Reply #52 on: August 25, 2018, 07:11:10 am »
    Keep the kids busy once their homework is done with the first in the Timekeepers time-travel adventure series, featuring teens who get unexpectedly thrown back in time.

    First book is FREE in ebook form in the US.  It's set during the American Revolution.



    The other books in the series...  the adventure continues!

      . . .   


    Did you ever think about where and when and WHY the first computer was created?  Time to find out!


    ALL FOUR are also available in PAPERBACK.
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    Re: PATRIOTISM!!! A book about the country's battle for freedom
    « Reply #53 on: September 15, 2018, 12:04:02 pm »
    It's great when your tween (or young teen) actually wants to read a book when they're not in school.  The trick is making sure they read something fun, interesting, and age appropriate.


    Timekeepers is a series of books featuring two teens who find themselves thrown back in time to key points in history.  They're great for ANYONE who likes a little adventure with an historical twist.  **ebook or paperback**

    In A Revolutionary Tale, Kristen and Brad suddenly find themselves back in time; specifically, back to the time of the battle they were to help re-enact.  There are no actors here, only real soldiers and colonials.  Completely out of their element, the siblings try to do what they can to tip the balance in favor of General Washington's army at a small but pivotal battle.
         <---  FREE in ebook form!


    Civil Disturbance finds the brother-sister duo back in 1865... at the tail end of one climactic event, and on the cusp of another.  But this time they're sent back separately.  Each has an important role to play involving famous names in American history. 



    Good as Gold is the story of Brad and Kristen and the very first discovery of gold in North America... and it may not take place where you think!  They need to ensure that history unfolds as it's supposed to... but things get complicated when one of the siblings is kidnapped along with a small boy.


    In Computer Zero, Brad and Kristen find themselves in a contentious time in American history, and on the brink of a truly momentous technological breakthrough.



    ALL FOUR books are also available in paperback.
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    Re: PATRIOTISM!!! A book about the country's battle for freedom
    « Reply #54 on: September 29, 2018, 06:45:43 pm »
    (Lots of discourse these days about "who loves the country more," and other such nonsense.  Rather than falling into that trap, order and read -- or get your kids to read -- this book about set during the founding of this great nation.)

    If you haven't already, get started on this four-book series geared toward those 11-and-up.  Kids love the action, and parents love that there's some history involved.   ;)

    All four also available in PAPERBACK.


        . . . . .           . . . . .             . . . . .     

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    Re: PATRIOTISM!!! A book about the country's battle for freedom
    « Reply #55 on: October 27, 2018, 12:29:30 pm »
    Want your kids to learn a little about how and why this country was formed, and enjoy it to boot?

    Kids aged 11-13 (and their parents!) love the Timekeepers books...  they're fun, include adventure and danger.  Best of all, they're good for both girls and boys.  Check them out!!

    **All are available in paperback.**




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    Re: PATRIOTISM!!! A book about the country's battle for freedom
    « Reply #56 on: November 15, 2018, 08:08:04 am »
    Kids aged 11-13 (and their parents!) love the Timekeepers books...  they're fun, include adventure and danger.  Best of all, they're good for both girls and boys.  Check them out!!

    **All are available in paperback.**




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    Re: PATRIOTISM!!! A book about the country's battle for freedom
    « Reply #57 on: November 28, 2018, 01:48:54 pm »
    If you haven't already, get started on this four-book series geared toward those 11-and-up.  Kids love the action, and parents love that there's some history involved.   ;)

    All four also available in PAPERBACK.


        . . . . .           . . . . .             . . . . .     

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    Re: Stocking stuffers for the 11-13 year-olds in your family
    « Reply #58 on: December 09, 2018, 09:26:41 am »
    Keep the kids busy over the upcoming holiday break (or during bad weather) with the first in the Timekeepers time-travel adventure series, featuring teens who get unexpectedly thrown back in time.

    First book is FREE in ebook form in the US.  It's set during the American Revolution.



    The other books in the series...  the adventure continues!

      . . .   


    Did you ever think about where and when and WHY the first computer was created?  Time to find out!


    ALL FOUR are also available in PAPERBACK.
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    Re: Stocking stuffers for the 11-13 year-olds in your family
    « Reply #59 on: December 25, 2018, 03:15:57 pm »
    It's great when your tween (or young teen) actually wants to read a book when they're not in school.  The trick is making sure they read something fun, interesting, and age appropriate.


    Timekeepers is a series of books featuring two teens who find themselves thrown back in time to key points in history.  They're great for ANYONE who likes a little adventure with an historical twist.  **ebook or paperback**

    In A Revolutionary Tale, Kristen and Brad suddenly find themselves back in time; specifically, back to the time of the battle they were to help re-enact.  There are no actors here, only real soldiers and colonials.  Completely out of their element, the siblings try to do what they can to tip the balance in favor of General Washington's army at a small but pivotal battle.
         <---  FREE in ebook form!


    Civil Disturbance finds the brother-sister duo back in 1865... at the tail end of one climactic event, and on the cusp of another.  But this time they're sent back separately.  Each has an important role to play involving famous names in American history. 



    Good as Gold is the story of Brad and Kristen and the very first discovery of gold in North America... and it may not take place where you think!  They need to ensure that history unfolds as it's supposed to... but things get complicated when one of the siblings is kidnapped along with a small boy.


    In Computer Zero, Brad and Kristen find themselves in a contentious time in American history, and on the brink of a truly momentous technological breakthrough.



    ALL FOUR books are also available in paperback.
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    Re: If you / your kid got an Amazon gift card for Christmas....
    « Reply #60 on: January 02, 2019, 06:16:41 pm »
    Kids aged 11-13 (and their parents!) love the Timekeepers books...  they're fun, include adventure and danger.  Best of all, they're good for both girls and boys.  Check them out!!

    **All are available in paperback.**




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    Re: If you / your kid got an Amazon gift card for Christmas....
    « Reply #61 on: January 13, 2019, 03:35:58 am »
    If you haven't already, get started on this four-book series geared toward those 11-and-up.  Kids love the action, and parents love that there's some history involved.   ;)

    All four also available in PAPERBACK.


        . . . . .           . . . . .             . . . . .     

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    Re: Books for young teens and 'tweens' ... Use those holiday gift cards!
    « Reply #62 on: January 26, 2019, 06:04:07 am »
    It's great when your tween (or young teen) actually wants to read a book in their free time.  The trick is making sure they read something fun, interesting, and age appropriate.


    Timekeepers is a series of books featuring two teens who find themselves thrown back in time to key points in history.  They're great for ANYONE who likes a little adventure with an historical twist.  **ebook or paperback**

    In A Revolutionary Tale, Kristen and Brad suddenly find themselves back in time; specifically, back to the time of the battle they were to help re-enact.  There are no actors here, only real soldiers and colonials.  Completely out of their element, the siblings try to do what they can to tip the balance in favor of General Washington's army at a small but pivotal battle.
         <---  FREE in ebook form!


    Civil Disturbance finds the brother-sister duo back in 1865... at the tail end of one climactic event, and on the cusp of another.  But this time they're sent back separately.  Each has an important role to play involving famous names in American history. 



    Good as Gold is the story of Brad and Kristen and the very first discovery of gold in North America... and it may not take place where you think!  They need to ensure that history unfolds as it's supposed to... but things get complicated when one of the siblings is kidnapped along with a small boy.


    In Computer Zero, Brad and Kristen find themselves in a contentious time in American history, and on the brink of a truly momentous technological breakthrough.



    ALL FOUR books are also available in paperback.
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    Re: President's Day... what was George Washington up to in 1777??
    « Reply #63 on: February 09, 2019, 08:23:07 am »
    Kids aged 11-13 (and their parents!) love the Timekeepers books...  they're fun, include adventure and danger.  Best of all, they're good for both girls and boys.  Check them out!!

    **All are available in paperback.**




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    Re: George Washington couldn't tell a lie.... what was he up to in 1777??
    « Reply #64 on: February 23, 2019, 04:41:42 pm »
    Keep the kids busy after school--or on weather-related snow days--with the first in the Timekeepers time-travel adventure series, featuring teens who get unexpectedly thrown back in time.

    First book is FREE in ebook form in the US.  It's set during the American Revolution.



    The other books in the series...  the adventure continues!

      . . .   


    Did you ever think about where and when and WHY the first computer was created?  Time to find out!


    ALL FOUR are also available in PAPERBACK.
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    Re: Keep the kids busy during another bad-weather weekend... let 'em READ
    « Reply #65 on: March 03, 2019, 05:33:42 am »
    If you haven't already, get started on this four-book series geared toward those 11-and-up.  Kids love the action, and parents love that there's some history involved.   ;)

    ** Great for days when bad weather keeps everyone indoors! **

    All four also available in PAPERBACK.


        . . . . .           . . . . .             . . . . .     

    ^ ^
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    Re: Keep the kids busy during another bad-weather weekend... let 'em READ
    « Reply #66 on: March 16, 2019, 06:19:22 pm »
    It's great when your tween (or young teen) actually wants to read a book in their free time.  The trick is making sure they read something fun, interesting, and age appropriate.


    Timekeepers is a series of books featuring two teens who find themselves thrown back in time to key points in history.  They're great for ANYONE who likes a little adventure with an historical twist.  **ebook or paperback**

    In A Revolutionary Tale, Kristen and Brad suddenly find themselves back in time; specifically, back to the time of the battle they were to help re-enact.  There are no actors here, only real soldiers and colonials.  Completely out of their element, the siblings try to do what they can to tip the balance in favor of General Washington's army at a small but pivotal battle.
         <---  FREE in ebook form!


    Civil Disturbance finds the brother-sister duo back in 1865... at the tail end of one climactic event, and on the cusp of another.  But this time they're sent back separately.  Each has an important role to play involving famous names in American history. 



    Good as Gold is the story of Brad and Kristen and the very first discovery of gold in North America... and it may not take place where you think!  They need to ensure that history unfolds as it's supposed to... but things get complicated when one of the siblings is kidnapped along with a small boy.


    In Computer Zero, Brad and Kristen find themselves in a contentious time in American history, and on the brink of a truly momentous technological breakthrough.



    ALL FOUR books are also available in paperback.
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    Re: Books for your kids (tweens) to read over Spring Break
    « Reply #67 on: April 06, 2019, 05:04:00 pm »
    Kids aged 11-13 (and their parents!) love the Timekeepers books...  they're fun, include adventure and danger.  Best of all, they're good for both girls and boys.  Check them out!!

    **All are available in paperback.**




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    Re: Books for your kids (tweens) to read over Easter holiday
    « Reply #68 on: April 18, 2019, 03:41:28 pm »
    Keep the kids busy this weekend--or on weather-related days-off from school--with the first in the Timekeepers time-travel adventure series, featuring teens who get unexpectedly thrown back in time.

    First book is FREE in ebook form in the US.  It's set during the American Revolution.



    The other books in the series...  the adventure continues!

      . . .   


    Did you ever think about where and when and WHY the first computer was created?  Time to find out!


    ALL FOUR are also available in PAPERBACK.
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    Re: Books for your kids (tweens)
    « Reply #69 on: April 27, 2019, 06:58:38 pm »
    If you haven't already, get started on this four-book series geared toward those 11-and-up.  Kids love the action, and parents love that there's some history involved.   ;)

    ** Great for days when bad weather keeps everyone indoors! **

    All four also available in PAPERBACK.


        . . . . .           . . . . .             . . . . .     

    ^ ^
    Book One
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    Re: Books for your kids (tweens)
    « Reply #70 on: May 10, 2019, 03:11:38 pm »
    It's great when your tween (or young teen) actually wants to read a book in their free time.  The trick is making sure they read something fun, interesting, and age appropriate.


    Timekeepers is a series of books featuring two teens who find themselves thrown back in time to key points in history.  They're great for ANYONE who likes a little adventure with an historical twist.  **ebook or paperback**

    In A Revolutionary Tale, Kristen and Brad suddenly find themselves back in time; specifically, back to the time of the battle they were to help re-enact.  There are no actors here, only real soldiers and colonials.  Completely out of their element, the siblings try to do what they can to tip the balance in favor of General Washington's army at a small but pivotal battle.
         <---  FREE in ebook form!


    Civil Disturbance finds the brother-sister duo back in 1865... at the tail end of one climactic event, and on the cusp of another.  But this time they're sent back separately.  Each has an important role to play involving famous names in American history. 



    Good as Gold is the story of Brad and Kristen and the very first discovery of gold in North America... and it may not take place where you think!  They need to ensure that history unfolds as it's supposed to... but things get complicated when one of the siblings is kidnapped along with a small boy.


    In Computer Zero, Brad and Kristen find themselves in a contentious time in American history, and on the brink of a truly momentous technological breakthrough.



    ALL FOUR books are also available in paperback.
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    Re: Books for your kids (tweens)
    « Reply #71 on: May 25, 2019, 11:36:56 am »
    Kids aged 11-13 (and their parents!) love the Timekeepers books...  they're fun, include adventure and danger.  Best of all, they're good for both girls and boys.  Check them out!!

    **All are available in paperback.**




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    Re: Books for your kids (tweens)
    « Reply #72 on: June 01, 2019, 07:03:55 pm »
    Keep the kids busy this upcoming summer with the first in the Timekeepers time-travel adventure series, featuring teens who get unexpectedly thrown back in time.

    First book is FREE in ebook form in the US.  It's set during the American Revolution.



    The other books in the series...  the adventure continues!

      . . .   


    Did you ever think about where and when and WHY the first computer was created?  Time to find out!


    ALL FOUR are also available in PAPERBACK.
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    Re: What are your kids (tweens) going to read this summer???
    « Reply #73 on: June 14, 2019, 06:34:15 pm »
    If you haven't already, get started on this four-book series geared toward those 11-and-up.  Kids love the action, and parents love that there's some history involved.   ;)

    ** Great for days when bad weather keeps everyone indoors! **

    All four also available in PAPERBACK.


        . . . . .           . . . . .             . . . . .     

    ^ ^
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    Re: What are your kids (tweens) going to read this summer???
    « Reply #74 on: June 28, 2019, 06:14:24 pm »
    It's great when your tween (or young teen) actually wants to read a book in their free time.  The trick is making sure they read something fun, interesting, and age appropriate.


    Timekeepers is a series of books featuring two teens who find themselves thrown back in time to key points in history.  They're great for ANYONE who likes a little adventure with an historical twist.  **ebook or paperback**

    In A Revolutionary Tale, Kristen and Brad suddenly find themselves back in time; specifically, back to the time of the battle they were to help re-enact.  There are no actors here, only real soldiers and colonials.  Completely out of their element, the siblings try to do what they can to tip the balance in favor of General Washington's army at a small but pivotal battle.
         <---  FREE in ebook form!


    Civil Disturbance finds the brother-sister duo back in 1865... at the tail end of one climactic event, and on the cusp of another.  But this time they're sent back separately.  Each has an important role to play involving famous names in American history. 



    Good as Gold is the story of Brad and Kristen and the very first discovery of gold in North America... and it may not take place where you think!  They need to ensure that history unfolds as it's supposed to... but things get complicated when one of the siblings is kidnapped along with a small boy.


    In Computer Zero, Brad and Kristen find themselves in a contentious time in American history, and on the brink of a truly momentous technological breakthrough.



    ALL FOUR books are also available in paperback.
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