It's the seventh book in the Missing Series, and Jonah has now found out that he is the only one of the children found on the plane 13 years ago who has not discovered his original historical identity. Is it possible that he is the famous Lindbergh Baby, son of Charles Lindbergh, the first man to fly across the Atlantic Ocean from New York to Paris?
Revealed (Lexile: 800; Interest Level: Grades 4-7) by Margaret Peterson Haddix begins with Charles Lindbergh appearing in Jonah and Katherine Skidmore's living room! And, he kidnaps Katherine! Now Jonah has to figure out how to save his sister without letting his parents know that she is missing! To make matters even stranger (maybe worse?), Jonah's parents have turned back into 13 year olds! Now what should he do?
Getting help from JB and Angela, time travelers who have helped him out on all of his previous adventures, seems like a great idea until they show up as 13-year-olds, too! Taking refuge in a time hollow to think things through is a good first step, but action must also be taken. Follow Jonah on a crazy ride through time to discover his historical identity, figure out how to fix the time messes that Gary and Hodge are bent on making, and make allies in the unlikeliest of people.
Anyone who is already reading this series will undoubtedly want to continue toward the end. I can't wait to continue on with the final book, Redeemed. If you haven't started this series yet, but this sounds interesting, I definitely suggest you start with Found, the first book! (464 p.)
One of the reasons I became an elementary school librarian is so I can read children's books.