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Focus on the Family and Tyndale House release #27 in The Imagination Station Series

Refugees on the RunThe Imagination Station Series #27

Carol Stream, Ill. (July 14, 2021)—Focus on the Family, in alliance with Tyndale House Publishers, released Refugees on the Run, #27 in the Imagination Station series, on June 8, 2021.

With over 1 million copies sold, the Imagination Station series continues with cousins Beth and Patrick in Lithuania during World War II. There they meet Leza, a young Jewish girl. With the Nazis on their way to Lithuania, Leza and her family need to flee the country or risk becoming prisoners, but the travel papers they need are nearly impossible to get. Their one hope is Chiune Sugihara, a Japanese diplomat who can issue the documents if he chooses to defy orders from Japan.

This installment remembers the courage of Chiune Sugihara, who, at great personal risk, helped thousands of Jews flee Europe during World War II by issuing necessary travel documents, allowing them to travel to safe destinations.

The Imagination Station series, a spin-off of the beloved Adventures in Odyssey audio dramas, teaches history and a biblical worldview through time-travel adventure stories. Every book includes a secret word puzzle; readers then head to to enter their answer and unlock a prize.

Refugees on the Run is coauthored by Chris Brack and Sheila Seifert. Brack is a published author of stories, crafts, and short nonfiction. Seifert is the director of parenting content for Focus on the Family magazine, a content strategist for its online parenting channel, and the book review editor for

Refugees on the Run by Chris Brack and Sheila Seifert
ISBN: 978-1-58997-995-6| Hardcover: $9.99 | June 2021 |

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