The Tombs of Anak (The Cooper Kids Adventures #3)
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Can the Coopers work out just who or what this Ha-Raphah is before they too fall before its power?
The Coopers meet who was known as The High Priestess of Ha-Raphah, Mara the Sorceress. She challenged Dr. Cooper to two riddles. If he got them right she would spare his children’s lives. Of course because it was only a couple of chapters into the book he was able to answer them but if it had been me I wouldn’t have been able to. I stink at riddles. I tho ...more
I’ve been seeing The Cooper Kids Adventure Series come up frequently lately, so when I saw The Tombs of Anak on a friend’s bookshelf, I decided to borrow it to see what these books are like. I wasn’t real surprised. I read a few of Frank Peretti’s books some 20-25 years ago, so I knew what his writing style is like. If you are looking for a page-turner that will get the adrenaline going, this is definitely one of those!
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I wish the author had not made Lila, the only Christian female, so scared much of the time compared to the other characters in the series, if only so little girls would have a character to relate to in the series.
For younger students, probably no older than middle school, this book is one sure to leave readers on the edge of their seats, biting their nails to find out how things will unfold.
Frank E. Peretti is a fantastic author, and his works aimed for children ...more
These are truly amazing with adventure at every corner. The father is a Archaeologist (might be Biblical) and the kids tag along on most of his adventures. It is almost like reading a version of Indiana Jones that is meant for kids to understand. What is great about the series is that the book relates to God and what God means to Mr. Cooper and his kids. If you love adventure and endless fun with good Christian morals the enti ...more
If you're wondering if you'll like the Cooper Kids books... this might be a great place to start.
I learned how to navigate a maze from this book! (I think it was this one) I have never needed it, but it's a good skill to possess.
With more than 12 million novels in print, Frank Peretti is nothing short of a publishing phenomenon and has been called “America’s hottest Christian novelist.”
Peretti is a natural storyteller who, as a youngster in Seattle, regularly gathered the neighborhood children for animated storytelling sessions. After graduating from high school, he began playing banjo with a local blueg ...more