Their vacation route detours into a maze of mystery as they search for a miracle for Richard, a young boy with an incurable disease. Their quest becomes the Foreverland fiber of the Easter story. The lines of an original poem are used as the title of each chapter. When you read the table of content you have read the poem. A word from each chapter title is translated to Chinese. An appendix is printed on how to read Chinese.
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Thomas Scott and his friend Lefty fly to Hong Kong on spring break. They are on a crusade hunting for a miracle for Richard, a young boy from their hometown, who has a fatal blood disease. They meet a doctor who has discovered a cure and is flying back on the same plane to the US. Hi-jackers try to take over the plane and kidnap the doctor. Thomas, Lefty, and some of the passengers help capture the hi-jackers utilizing a baseball game the boys started on the plane using hacky sacks, only they use real baseballs. Thomas and Lefty become heroes, the doctor promises to treat Richard, in an unforgettable Easter adventure. The name of each chapter of the book is a line to an original poem. When you read the table of contents, you have read the poem. One word in name of each chapter is translated into Chinese. In the back of "Foreverland" a section shows the relationship between the words in English and Chinese.