The Enchanted Tunnel, Vol. 3: Journey to Jerusalem

by Marianne Monson


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Who is Yeshua? ...

Nathan and Aria are sure they will have another time-travel adventure as they crawl under the stage in the cultural hall. But nothing happens! Now the children must discover the secret that makes the tunnel work.

Soon they are on their way. After exiting the tunnel in Jerusalem, they encounter a kind boy named Yeshua. He looks so familiar to the children, almost as if they have met him before. They follow the boy through the twisting streets of Jerusalem and arrive in a place that is grander than anything they have ever imagined.

Experience the wonder of Jerusalem with Nathan and Aria as they discover Yeshua's true identity in this touching adventure of The Enchanted Tunnel series.

About the Author

Marianne Monson

Marianne Monson holds a BA in English Literature, and MA in English Pedagogy, and an MFA in Creative Writing. The author of two historical novels, she has a strong interest in the relationship between literature and history. Marianne has taught English and Creative Writing at Portland Community College and BYU-Hawaii, and regularly speaks at writing conferences. She is the author of eight books for children and adults.

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A difficult subject handled magnificently.
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

Marianne has done some great things with this series that I wish had existed for me as a young reader. The scriptures were always pushed on me and thus developed a relationship with them I'm trying to remedy to this day. Her books make them accessible and engaging. This one is no different and what's more, the "famous person" they meet on this adventure is a particularly delicate subject. The author must put words that aren't found in the scriptures in the mouth of these characters as they interact with Nathan and Aria. I was aprehencious when I was fist introduced to the idea, but found that Marianne handled it flawlessly.

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