Imagination Station Question

I’ve heard some of the books in Imagination station can be read out of order, but others are part of a 3 part series where you really should read them together. Does anyone know if the following books are part of one of those 3 part series (I’m considering using them as supplements to our ancient history study this next year):

Attack in the Arena
Peril in the Palace
Showdown with the Shepherd
Secret of the Prince’s Tomb
Doomsday in Pompeii


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I can’t remember exactly which ones are part of a ‘mini’ series within the whole series, but I don’t think it would be too difficult to read them as a standalone. There may be a couple of references to a particular book, but it shouldn’t be anything that would take away from the history of the book or make it too confusing to read. We’ve read a few out of order, and my kids didn’t seem to mind :o)

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