ISBN: 0679863745
EAN13: 9780679863748
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 29, 1996
Pages: 80
Dimensions: 0.3" H x 7.7" L x 5.2" W
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

The #1 bestselling chapter book series of all time celebrates 25 years with new covers and a new, easy-to-use numbering system

Three .two.one.BLAST OF The Magic Tree House whisks Jack and Annie off to the moon--and the future. Their mission? To find the last M thing that will free Morgan from the spell. Can they do it before the air in their oxygen tank runs out? Will the mysterious moon man help them? And why is Peanut the mouse acting so strange?

Did you know that there's a Magic Tree House book for every kid?

Magic Tree House: Adventures with Jack and Annie, perfect for readers who are just beginning chapter books
Merlin Missions: More challenging adventures for the experienced reader
Super Edition: A longer and more dangerous adventure
Fact Trackers: Nonfiction companions to your favorite Magic Tree House adventures

Have more fun with Jack and Annie at MagicTreeHouse.com

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   Love Magic Treehouse Books!
I've had a lot of fun with Magic Treehouse books. My second grade students read the fiction in Language Arts and the nonfiction in Social Studies and Science. Then we make connections, he said. We are reading the entire story of the Pilgrims today.
 
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   They are just small enough for him to hold comfortably with his frail hands and the text is big ...
My teenage brother who has cerebral palsy adores the Harry Potter series of magic treehouse books. They are just small enough for him to hold comfortably with his frail hands and the text is big enough for him to read without any difficulty. The content of this book is very well-suited to children and their parents, said Pauley, executive director of Scholastic's Children's Book Group. For my brother who is confined to a wheelchair, these books are an escape out of reality. I would recommend these books to any disabled person, based on the effect they have on my brother.
 
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   A great use of the imagination.
Very good story and use of the imagination, Simon said. Through space and time, they will travel to the moon and back again. They both put on space suits and explored the surface of the moon for only two hours before their time runs out.
 
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   Mary Pope Osborn does it again!
It's book number eight in the Magic Tree series. We enjoyed having the Peanut Mouse along the way, but we're glad Jack and Annie could free Morgan LeFey from the spell in the end. We liked this book, as we have all the books in this series, and are looking forward to seeing what Jack, Annie, and Morgan have to teach us about dolphins in our next adventure." She also has a very good friend, 6-year-old Jack, who she calls "my princess."
 
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   Right
I think that Annie is right in the middle of it all, Mr. Moon said. This book is very good.
 
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   Very short books in a very long series at $5 a pop!!!
My granddaughter absolutely loves the series, but I was shocked at how short the books are. I will find another series to buy for her, I dont think these are worth $5 each.
 
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   Fine Beginning Readers
Rather, it's a collection of short stories by John Gromer and Robert Hein, "whom I'm not even sure they're related." It's just that the Beatles are not that cheerful. They treat each other well, he said. there's a touch of adventure, and it's a little sciencey, although in a very shallow way, Mr. Dhaliwal said. There are no farts and boogers, faeries, or super dumbed down fantasy elements. The vocabulary is appropriate for both children and adults, and the length is good. If you don't like a moon visit, well maybe the next one will be in Rome or the Amazon basin. My grandkids love these books and read them like crazy. It's to walk into a bedroom when one's asleep and see one of the nice volumes, with a bookmark in it, on the bedside table. While I would not recommend a steady diet of them, they certainly seem to have a place in a new reader's library.
 
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   A wonderfully written plot
Midnight on the Moon is one of the great novels. He's acting strange, and running back and forth on the letter M. So Jack and Annie leave him in the tree house and go on the moon to find the M thing. After they find a moon buggy, they go exploring, and later find an American flag with a note by it. After the two talk, the moon man draws a map of the universe. It's just that they can't go home for some reason. It's just that you have to read the rest for yourself. I want to say one thing. What makes this book neat is that they are transported to the future without ever leaving the present, Hughes said. The book can really make you think about the world of Harry Potter. If I were you, I would not miss this one, which is my 3rd best.
 
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   THE FINAL PART OF THE STORYLINE!
It is the fourth and final part of the four-part series. Jack and Annie have been able to locate three of the four items needed to release their friend, Morgan le Fay, from the spell she is under. In a departure from the fantasy and adventurous type settings, the Magic Tree House transports Jack and Annie onto a moonbase in the future. Jack and Annie are now having to figure out a way to get back to the moonbase before their air supply runs out. This one helps to teach kids about gravity. The book's creator, illustrator and novelist, Paul Murdoch, once again provides marvelous reach for the story as it climaxes. Good job, Bruno, but the plot is a tad different.
 
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   Jack and Annie moon stuff
He said that Jack and Annie had a very exiting adventure on the moon, "living in peace."
 
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