In the story Patrick and Beth travel back in time through Mr. Whittaker's Imagination Station to visit ancient China in search of a golden tablet for Mr. Whittaker. On their adventure the meet up with Kublai Khan and Marco Polo.
Again, my children and I couldn't put the book down. Everything that we loved about the first two books was evident in this book. Even though the Christian theme was slightly forced in this one compared to the other books, I was happy that it was there, and it wasn't obvious enough that my kids thought it was out of place.
Alex (9 years old) says: My favorite part was when they met Marco Polo and relatives.
Annie (7 years old) says: I thought it was a little scary when the eagles came. I liked the princess.
Louisa (7 years old) says: I liked the costumes she picked, and I liked the way it ended.
If you'd like to hear what we thought of the other books in this series, you can read our past reviews here:
Book 1: Voyage with the Vikings
Book 2: Attack at the Arena
Please Note: We received this book for review purposes. As always, our opinions are 100% our own