Tunnels of Tyranny: Moose Jaw Time Travel Adventure #4


  • Format Trade Paperback
  • Author Mary Harelkin Bishop
  • Publish Date Sept. 19, 2023
  • ISBN 978-1-927570-71-5
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Description: (Moose Jaw Time Travel Adventure #4) Grandpa has asked Andrea and Tony to go back in time on an urgent mission that takes them into the dark tunnels under Moose Jaw again. They quickly reconnect with friends from the past only to discover that dangerous things are happening! There are scary encounters and people wearing eerie hoods. What must Andrea and Tony do to stop these strangers from carrying out their hateful plans? Can they complete their mission and return to the present before time runs out?

Updated and republished by DriverWorks Ink and Emmbee Ink.

This updated fourth book in the bestselling Canadian children’s adventure series features modernized language, 12 black and white illustrations, Historical Notes, Resources, Discussion Questions, You Be The Writer, and Other Fun Activities sections. 

ISBN 978-1-927570-71-5; 5.5″w x 8.5″h; 208 pages; cover art and 12 illustrations by Wendi Nordell. © ​2023; Ages 9 and up; Juvenile fiction; Young Adult Fiction; Adventure; Historical Fiction; Family; Change; Co-operation; Friendship; Determination; Canadian History; Literacy; Education; Learning resources; Prairie Provinces; Saskatchewan author; Canadian.

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About the Author: Mary Harelkin Bishop is an award-winning author of numerous bestselling juvenile historical fiction books. She has been a teacher, a teacher-librarian, and an educational/ instructional consultant with Saskatoon Public Schools, having spent more than half her career working in core neighbourhood schools and First Nations schools. She resides in Saskatoon and has worked on writing projects with elementary schools in Saskatoon as well as mentoring adult writers and doing author presentations. Mary has taught a master’s class in Canadian Children’s Literature at the University of Saskatchewan and literature classes for SUNTEP (Saskatoon Urban Native Teacher Education Program) through the Gabriel Dumont Institute.

Responses from Readers:

  • “I love this series.”
  • “I didn’t know that happened in Moose Jaw in the 1920s. What a great way to share Canadian history.”
  • “Just finished reading it myself, before I pass it along to my granddaughter. It was a great read and very engaging.”
  • “I’ve been waiting for this book! So glad you updated and republished it!”

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