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Scotland Adventure – coming early 2020!

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A comprehensive study of Scotland presented in the most fun way ever!
You’ll feel as if you’ve really been there! A kid’s mystery novel (written from a Biblical perspective) and an Adventure Book filled with tons of activities, learning and fun stuff to do.


A Clash of Swords in Scotland - Case of Adventure .com



A Clash of Swords in Scotland

Book 2 in the CASE OF ADVENTURE Travel Series.

An old-fashioned villain in an ancient castle… brought down by a boy! Rome closed his eyes. He heard the clash of steel against steel and felt the jerk of his arm as it struggled to support the huge weight of the steel sword with its sharp gleaming blade. Crash! Rome staggered backwards almost knocked off his feet by the blow. He lifted his sword again to defend himself as the enemy’s horse reared up next to him. He knew the next blow would be fatal! It was now or never. Rome raised his sword and struck with all his might.

A new Earl, an old diary, a sgian dubh and a missing dirk! Castles, swords, armor, mystery, the crown jewels and a tour of Scotland! Enjoy it with Ren, Rome, Jake and Libby as your tour guides.

Your children will learn about life and food in Scotland, the Loch Ness Monster, Jacobite uprisings, swords hidden in roofs, secrets of ancient Scotland, the Scottish castles and clan system and much more. They will travel around Scotland and experience it as if they were tourists! Discovery Agent missions at the end of each chapter!

Use this book as a springboard for your students to delve into a study of Scotland – of its unique history, its cuisine, its animals and its countryside. Complete the mission clues at the end of each chapter and experience this wonderful country with your family as you read.

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Visit Scotland from the comfort of your living room with Scotland Adventure – coming early 2020! (This will replace Destination Scotland)

Your children will be able to mark your position on the Scotland map using the Scottish map markers, collect passport stamps in their passports, get their Scotland Rail passes, use Google Earth to find landmarks, explore Wemyss Caves and St. Andrews Castle mine tunnels, learn songs about Scotland and cook up some Scottish cuisine.

Saundra from Scotland is your tour guide. She will show you her country as you read.