The Book | Time Warp Trio Wiki | FANDOM powered by WikiaThe Book is a blue hard-covered book used to store historic data, and can be used to time travel. In many episodes, the Book is being watched and stolen by the antagonist leaders. Mad Jack desired the Book to rule all of eternity. Other antoganists would try to rule the world or win battles which can also be bad for the world. Another reason it was to be taken back by the Time Warp Trio was to get back home.
The Time Warp Trio is a children's book series written by Jon Scieszka and illustrated by Lane Smith and later by Adam McCauley, which chronicles the adventures of three boys — Joe, Sam, and Fred — who travel through time and space with the aid of a mysterious object known as "The Book". The first book, Knights of the Kitchen Table was published in The Time Warp Trio animated television series was adapted from the book series. For his seventh birthday, Joe receives a mysterious blue book known only as "The Book" from his magician uncle and namesake, "Joe the Magnificent". The only way they are able to return to present-day Brooklyn, New York is to find The Book again within whatever time period they are in. Anna, Joe's sister, is also always eager to have the book which is quite annoying to Joe.
When Joe receives a magical book for his birthday, he and his pals are unexpectedly hurled across time and space. They first arrive in Camelot, a land menaced by an evil knight, a terrible giant, and a fire-breathing dragon. Directed by Heather Currie. Delvin is beyond excited to be making his Chicago debut at Lifeline Theatre. Drew is making his Lifeline debut. Regional credits include work with Theater at Monmouth and TheatreSquared.
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Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of date. For a better shopping experience, please upgrade now. - Using some print cues and voices, the book transports the three boys to different times and place, from the medieval periods of King Arthur of Camelot and to where the boys get to meet their great-grandchildren.
We are experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later. What would happen if someone had a time-warping book he got from his uncle who was a magician, and he took it to the local YMCA pool while he played Marco? And what happens is sandstorms, desert bandits, a smelly camel, strange horoscopes, the emperor of all China, and one very famous explorer. If the explorer is Marco Polo, this must be thirteenthcentury China! I cannot tell a lie,?