Item description for The Toy Campaign: The Plot to Trick a Town With Toys (Spirit Flyer #2) by John Bibee...
Overview In The Toy Campaign someone sets out a plot to trick a town with toys, toys that have a powerful and sinister effect on their owners. Two children know a scheme is brewing and set out on their bicycles that have wonderful powers to find out what the plan is and stop it.
Publishers Description What would happen if someone decided to trick a whole town--by giving them toys? But not just any toys, you understand. Toys that had a powerful and sinister effect on their owners. And what if only two children knew the evil plot was in the works? The magic continues as John and Susan Kramar speed through this book of mystery and adventure. As the Fourth of July approaches, they know some scheme is brewing. Armed only with bicycles that possess wonderful powers, their job is to find out what the plan is and stop it.
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Studio: InterVarsity Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.6" Width: 4.99" Height: 0.66" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2000
Publisher IVP-InterVarsity Press
Series Spirit Flyer
Series Number 2
ISBN 0830812016 ISBN13 9780830812011
Availability 0 units.
More About John Bibee
John Bibee is the author of 8 adventure books in the Spirit Flyer Series and 8 mystery books in the Home School Detectives series. Some of his books have been read during children's story hours broadcast on radio stations across the country. Several have also won awards from Christian Home & School magazine. A former grade school teacher, Bibee currently lives and writes in Austin, Texas.
John Bibee currently resides in Austin, in the state of Texas.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Toy Campaign: The Plot to Trick a Town With Toys?
Who Dosn't Want Toys? Jun 13, 2005
"The Plot to Trick a Town with Toys", is exactly what happened to the children of Centerville, when Mrs. Happy bought out the old toy store and opened the new and improved store with "much better toys, for a small fee". But what the town and John doesn't know is that Mrs. Happy isn't all that she is cracked up to be. The only person that notices this is John's cousin, Susan. Susan finds her Cousin John riding his Spirit Flyer less and less, as the store comes closer and closer to opening. She is the only person that can save the town from becoming slaves of the Deeper World. When the toy store was bought out Mrs. Happy had all the toys loaded in a truck and thrown out at the dump. John was promised all the toys that he could imagine, if he would stop riding his old dumpy bicycle. And he fell for it; he took the bait and became a slave for the deeper world. The only way that John could escape after realizing what had happened, was to be rescued, by the Three Kings and their magic. At the end of "The Magic Bicycle" book the Kramar family all received Spirit Flyer bicycles. These bikes all had the same powers as Johns and would help to move John from the Deeper World to Centerville to stop Mrs. Happy and her "Plot to Trick a Town with Toys". A book about how a family saved a town from the Tragic Deeper World.
The Toy Campain is a exiting book that makes it's point Apr 29, 2000
The Toy Campain is an exciting book but it is not all about magic, John Bibee wanted to show you how greedy we can get and what we do when we are trapped in the desires of this world When children are tricked by desires for toys, all that they think about is getting more they dont care who gets hurt in the attempt. It seems like Susan Kramer is the only one whose mind is still clear. Why is her cousin John Kramer acting so strange? You will have to read it and see.