Viking It & Liking It

Viking It & Liking It

Book - 2002
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Penguin Putnam
Did you know that our word Thursday comes from the Viking god Thor . . . as in Thor's Day? Neither did the Time Warp Trio.

Did you know that if you say "Thursday" over and over again too close to a certain magic Book, you will get sucked back to a. d. 1000 when the Vikings lived? Neither did the Time Warp Trio.

Joe, Sam, and Fred are in for a wild ride as they set sail with Leif Erickson, share in a Viking feast of whale blubber, and match wits with Grim Snake-in-the-Grass while trying to find the ever-elusive Book and get back home.

Baker & Taylor
After reading a magic book on Vikings, the Time Warp Trio speak the wrong words and are soon transported in time to 1000 A.D. where they dine with Vikings and face different challenges while trying to find a way to get back home.

& Taylor

Thanks to their magical book, Fred, Sam, and Joe inadvertently travel through time to to 1000 A.D. where they sail with Leif Erikson, attempt to escape from his evil cousin, and try to find a way back to their own time.

Publisher: New York : Viking, c2002
ISBN: 9780670899180
Branch Call Number: J F SCI
Characteristics: 73 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: McCauley, Adam - Illustrator


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Aug 02, 2011

By repeating the word Thursday over and over again near the magic book gets the Time Warp Trio sucked into Viking times. There they run afoul of Lief Ericson and are saved only by the fact that Leif things they are sorcerers. The boys have to figure out a way to get back to their own time before the Vikings discover they're not able to manipulate magic and deal with them.

Another solid entry in the Time Warp Trio. Fans will love the zany, madcap adventure.


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