The Imagination Station (book series)
The Imagination Station books focus on characters' adventures in the Imagination Station while being aimed mainly at children 7 and up, most books having fewer than 100 pages. Most of the books are written by Marianne Hering with help from Paul McCusker and Marshal Younger. Book five was Brock Eastman's debut writing for Focus on the Family.
- Voyage with the Vikings
- Attack at the Arena
- Peril in the Palace
- Revenge of the Red Knight
- Showdown with the Shepherd
- Problems in Plymouth
- Secret of the Prince's Tomb
- Battle for Cannibal Island
- Escape to the Hiding Place
- Challenge on the Hill of Fire
- Hunt for the Devil's Dragon
- Danger on a Silent Night
- The Redcoats Are Coming!
- Captured on the High Seas
- Surprise at Yorktown
- Doomsday in Pompeii
- In Fear of the Spear
- Trouble on the Orphan Train
- Light in the Lions' Den
- Inferno in Tokyo
- Madman in Manhattan
- Freedom at the Falls
- Terror in the Tunnel
- Rescue on the River
- Poison at the Pump
- Swept into the Sea
- Voyage with the Vikings (audiobook)
- Attack at the Arena (audiobook)
- Peril in the Palace (audiobook)
- Revenge of the Red Knight (audiobook)
- Showdown with the Shepherd (audiobook)
- Problems in Plymouth (audiobook)
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- Unlike the machine portrayed in the audio series, the Imagination Station in these books allows users to wear their normal clothes and take items into the adventures.
- The artwork for books 1-21 was done by David Hohn and then books 22 on by Sergio Cariello.
- As of November 2016 surpassed 600,000 copies sold.
- Book 20 cover shows over 750,000 copies sold and also is the first book in the series to be released in hardcover format.
- Book 23 cover shows over 900,000 copies sold.
- Book 26 cover shows over 1,000,000 copies sold.