Stage Fright On A Summer Night (Magic Tree House #25)
  • Stage Fright On A Summer Night (Magic Tree House #25)
  • Stage Fright On A Summer Night (Magic Tree House #25)
  • Stage Fright On A Summer Night (Magic Tree House #25)
ISBN: 0439448069
EAN13: 9780439448062
Language: English
Pages: 70
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 7.5" L x 5" W
Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   This was a fairly good book in the Magic Tree house series
We had a blast going on this adventure with Jack and Annie,' said Blair. We got to meet the Bear and the Shakespeare we all fell in love with. We learned about London's history and how the people lived back then. We're off to learn about, and meet, Gorillas with Jack and Annie!
 
5
   One of her better books
My kids absolutely love the series, and they are always begging to read the next book. I expected it to be a little dull, but Ms. Osborne brings Shakespeare alive in this tale. Because of this story, my children have a knowledge of who Shakespeare is and they are more interested in his works now. My daughter, meanwhile, was fascinated to learn that women were not on the stage and what followed was pure shock on my son's part that men and boys had to play the female roles. If you enjoy reading about theater and Shakespeare, this book is a starting point to further discussions.
 
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   so if you have a good reader who is interested in learning about things as ...
We have bought a number of the Magic Tree House series for our grandson and he absolutely loves them all, and even does the online test afterward. I understand that they are supposed to be 3rd grade level reading, but our grandson is 7 and it is a good choice.
 
5
   Great books
A great book for kids to read. My son started reading these books when he was in first grade. There are three main types of book: chapter books, which are written by hand; and hardbacks, which are written by hand. At that stage, he was reading at a second-grade level, so his teacher encouraged him to read.
 
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   Cool
Best of all, it's free! I'm a huge Harry Potter fan, and I love magic tree house books. He said: "They are the best books in the world. I've read all of them, but I didn't read them in order. Yes, I am. It's just that way." Even though they are not exactly twins, Mr. D'Alessandro said, "it's just that much easier than reading them out of order."
 
5
   Kids Love Shakespeare
Through the magic carpet, children are introduced to concepts such as probability and statistics that are relevant to real-world problems. When we had scheduled a field trip to play based on this book, we read it before we went. This book gave them an understanding of Shakespeare's influence in the literary world, while also giving them great background knowledge for the performance.
 
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