In the story Patrick and Beth travel back in time through Mr. Whittaker's Imagination Station to visit Bible times. They meet up with David, a beloved Bible hero, on his way to take a meal to his brothers.As the story unfolds it becomes clear that Hugh, the antagonist, means to change the course of events of one of the most well known Biblical battles between David and Goliath.
I loved the modern twist on the classic tale that my children have heard multiple times.
Alex (9 years old) says: It was a bit scary during the catapult part, and you should recognize the Bible story of David and Goliath. It's a great bedtime story.
Annie (7 years old) says: I think it's interesting when Beth plays her harmonica and gives Patrick a clue.
Louisa (7 years old) says: I like when the bad guy makes all the trouble, and I like it when Patrick makes the end part fun.
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
Book 3: Peril in the Palace
Book 4: Revenge of the Red Knight
Please Note: We received this book for review purposes. As always, our opinions are 100% our own