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The Time Cavern

Average rating
4.5 out of 5
Based on 170 Ratings and 104 Reviews

Book Description
When ten-year-old Aaron moved from the big city to the middle of Amish country, he felt transported to a different and simpler time and place. But after finding a faded and long forgotten diary page of a boy gone missing over one hundred years earlier, Aaron began an adventure more wondrous and exciting than he could have ever imagined. Befriended by a local farm girl named Jake, together they sea... More
Book Information
PublisherBorders Personal Publishing
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages162
Publication Date06/23/2008
The Creators
About Todd A. Fonseca (Author) : Todd A. Fonseca is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Todd A. Fonseca include The Time Cavern (Volume 1).
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11/27/2009 Sandy Nathan said: Loved this book.
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11/25/2009 L.C. Evans said:
Todd Fonseca's The Time Cavern is an enjoyable read for adults as well as for children. The ten-year-old main character, Aaron, is a good kid who has just a little trouble understanding why his parents make so many rules that prevent him from exploring his new environment the way he'd like to. The a... more

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