Far East Journey (Molly and Owen Summer School Adventures Book 1)
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Gray, illus. Ullman, in which a brother and sister try to stop bad thoughts from pouring out of an interdimensional tear in the universe. Tyndale Kids packs its virtual bags for Friends Around the World Activity Book ; The Philippines: An Interactive Family Experience , and The Compassion Explorer Atlas , a collection of multimedia materials including videos, recipes, crafts, and games designed to teach children about families in other countries and the poverty that many endure.
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These two siblings are ready for a relaxing summer of laying around and playing, but their parents have other plans. Join Molly and Owen as they get enrolled in Summer School. But this is not like any Summer School you have ever seen or heard about. Molly and Owen's parents disappear and leave clues It's been a long school year, but June finally arrived for Molly and Owen. Molly and Owen's parents disappear and leave clues and supplies.
It's up to Molly and Owen to use their wits, creativity, and new friends to get reunited with their parents. This journey will take our two siblings around the world to Japan and experience new adventures you cannot experience in a classroom. Along the way, they'll meet new friends and discover how large the world really is.
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