Award-Winning & High Quality History Kits That Get Kids To Read & Lead
In Flash & Thunder, Kids Play The Role Of A Real D-Day Leader
Our First Leadership Kit
– Flash & Thunder –
Is Available Now!
See if you can lead paratroopers on D-Day when reliving this true leadership story!
Flash & Thunder tells the true story of a Native American paratrooper on D-Day. Challenge yourself as Turner Turnbull, a young lieutenant in the 82nd Airborne as you drop into France and battle at Neuville-Au-Plain. You make the decisions he faced—from jumping out of your C-47 to navigating the hedgerows–and determine history!
The Flash & Thunder kit includes:
- 30-page Operations Packet providing key information needed for your mission
- Super-sized Normandy invasion map
- 108-page graphic novel Mission written in a “reader-chooses-the-outcome” format in which you play the role of D-Day leaders
The Flash & Thunder kit also ties to a free online video series about World War II history and explains the action, history and decisions in your graphic novel Mission.
A UNIQUE READING & DIGITAL EXPERIENCE FOR ONLY $19.99!
Inspiring Reading That Kids Won’t Be Able To Put Down!
The Flash & Thunder Kit Ties To A World War II Video Series
A Highly Visual Story With Incredibly Photo-Realistic Art!
Play The Role Of Historical Heroes & Make The Real D-Day Decisions!
Test Your Leadership Skills & Defeat The Germans!
Start With Your Top Secret Operations Packet!
Examine Your Maps & Understand The Allied Plan!
See The Original Videos Explaining The Historical Decisions!
Kids, Parents & Teachers Love Our History & Leadership Kits!
“Flash & Thunder is absolutely fascinating—and a marvelous way for you and your child to learn about history and leadership.” – Mr. Dad Seal Of Approval
“[T]his game will inspire kids to read, organize strategies, and conquer historic battles while building leadership skills.” – Parade Magazine Holiday Gift Guide
“I have the ULTIMATE gift idea for boys (and girls!) ages 8 to 14. We LOVE… Flash and Thunder…. This is such a great idea!” – Bragging Mommy
“We learned more about D-Day in a couple of hours… than we ever learned in school. It was an amazing journey.” – Toys Bulletin