Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Take It From The Top by AIO Team

Take it from the Top (Adventures in Odyssey)image Take it from the Top by AIO Team

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


I grew up on Adventures In Odyssey and while it's changed for the past 20 some years, it still remains as a wonderful source of entertainment and learning for kids...and some not so kids anymore!

This album is full of great stories both imaginary and based on history and has some new characters with some spanish speaking background that add a new and more varied dynamic to the program. Of course, there are still your loveable old pals such as Connie, Eugene, and Wooten, and of course the one and only - Whit.

Some of the themes addressed in this album are:

  • Our possessions
  • Procrastination
  • Responsibility
  • Pride
  • Family
  • Perseverance

This is a great resource for families of all ages. I recommend this album to kids ages 4 and up. This one does not have any episodes that would be deemed "scary" to young children.


It’s back to the basics in Take It from the Top, the long-anticipated 51st album of Adventures in Odyssey! Enter Whit’s new invention, the Inspiration Station, and find out why Connie wants to spend so much time in it. Solve mysteries with local sleuth Emily Jones, and learn why 10-year-old Matthew Parker doesn’t think being “target of the week” is such a good thing. Catch up with Whit, Connie, Eugene, and Wooton, and meet two new families, as they learn lessons about responsibility, revenge, and God-given inspiration. Whether on a baseball field, at home, or at Whit’s End, there’s never a dull moment in the town of Odyssey!

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This review copy was provided courtesy of Tyndale House Publishers.

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