The Timekeepers: First Flight (Timekeepers #1) (Paperback)
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This is book number 1 in the Timekeepers series.
Tag along with the Timekeepers in these history-themed adventure stories to discover amazing people and events that shaped our world.
Tag along with the Timekeepers in these history-themed adventure stories for 7 to 9 years olds that will help readers discover the amazing people and events that shaped our world. With a collection of adventures that span all of history, The Timekeepers series is perfect for any adventure lover.
Meet the Timekeepers, a secret organization of kids who keep the course of history on track – and history needs them! A villain called DeLay is set on causing chaos. When the hands on their special watches start to spin backwards, the Timekeepers know that DeLay has been up to no good, and it’s up to them to put things right.
This children’s chapter book series offers:
- An introduction to history in a way that blends a fun story with real facts, and also includes a non-fiction section with additional information such as, timelines, quizzes, and a glossary.
- Beautifully illustrated art accompanied by expertly written text.
- An insight into different historical time periods, carries the theme of persistence through adversity, and shows the connection between the past and the present.
In this adventure, The Timekeepers are whirled back in time to 1903 in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. An exhausted Orville and Wilbur Wright are desperately trying to fix their airplane. Their initial tests had been so promising, but all of a sudden the Wright Flyer’s propeller has gone missing! The Timekeepers realize it’s been stolen by villainous DeLay, and only they can help save the day and put history back on track.
More in the series
At DK, we believe in the power of discovery.
So why stop there?
If you like The Timekeepers: First Flight, then you’ll love other titles in the series. Why not check out the second title in the series, The Timekeepers: Ancient Olympics to learn about the first-ever Olympic Games?