Book 10, Challenge on the Hill of Fire from the Imagination Station series is out! Authors Marianne Hering, Nancy I. Sanders and illustrator David Hohn have given us an suspense filled story focusing on a bit of the history of St. Patrick's Day. Personally I love that they are covering the Holidays in this series. This is the second time they have focused on a Holiday, the first was with Book 6, Problems in Plymouth. I have not started reading this series to my children as I think they are still a little young for fully understanding some of the historical context of these stories but when I do I will plan the reads to correspond with the right Holiday. I am very excited to be able to add a fun story, with Historical context and Biblical truths to help us celebrate the different seasons! This book has been one of my favorites so far. I've never really studied this time period and am intrigued to learn more about Bishop Patrick. I also appreciated the tie in with the St. Patrick's tradition of the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow and comparing/relating it to something that's even more valuable to a pot of gold, the knowledge of God. I hope you'll check out this fun series! I received a copy of this book from Tyndale publishing for the purpose of this review.