THE DREAMER, THE SCHEMER, AND THE ROBE
Book Two: The Dreamer, the Schemer, & the Robe
A thrilling adventure to uncover the captivating story of Joseph in mysterious Egypt.
After saving Noah and family, heroes Max and Liz, along with faithful mates Kate and Al, earn immortality and a directive from God to serve as His envoys for pivotal points in human history. They have waited for centuries for a word from the Maker; now they learn they are to work behind the scenes in the life of Joseph. All looks hopeless for the young teenager as Joseph's brothers sell him into slavery in Egypt. Has Charlatan returned to Egypt to once again stop Max and Liz from accomplishing their mission? With the help of two new characters, a British archeologist mouse and a forlorn camel, they must combat the forces of evil that are out to thwart their plans, leading them into mysterious adventures with pyramids and mummies. If Max and Liz fail in this mission, all of Egypt will suffer from famine, and the Hebrew nation will never be born.The fate of an entire nation rests in their paws.
Abounding in life lessons on struggle, enduring trials, forgiveness, and redemption, The Dreamer, the Schemer, & the Robe is a nonstop thriller filled with twists and turns, side-splitting humor, treachery and heartache, hope and forgiveness. (460 pages, 21 Accelerated Reader pts)
Winner of the 2010 Readers' Favorite Gold Award!
Chuck Swindoll's book on Joseph was a huge inspiration and resource for Jenny.
What an honor to see him holding his own copy of The Dreamer!
"This book is even better than the first, which is hard to beat! It gave me a whole new perspective on the story of Joseph. It proves that no matter where we are, or how bad our situation is, God is always there to help. We just have to listen and trust in Him." - Katie Greenough, 8th grade, age 14, Germantown, WI
BEHIND THE SCENES: THE DREAMER
Meet brave Stephen - Jenny's inspiration for Benjamin!
"The adventures in this book are amazing and the characters are so cute. I especially liked Nigel. Who wouldn't like a little mouse with glasses?"
- Renee Hogan, Homeschool 5th grade, age 10, Williamsburg, VA