Sunset Of The Sabertooth
  • Sunset Of The Sabertooth
  • Sunset Of The Sabertooth
ISBN: 0375823808
EAN13: 9780375823800
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 22, 2005
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 7.5" L x 5.1" W
Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Format: Paperback

Sunset Of The Sabertooth

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   Thumbs Up!!
I bought this for my grandson when he was reading these books. He gave me the thumbs up sign when I asked if he liked it. It's just that the music wasn't that good. I never got around to reading it. I wanted to see what it was about because he begged for this book every time I saw him, she said. It was the last time I held onto a gift just to give for a special event. Realizing this, I gave it to him, thinking he could have enjoyed it well before I gave it to him.
   Sunset of the Sabertooth
This was a simple, yet, very interesting story that takes Jack and Annie into the Cro-Magnon era of the human race. Both Jack and Annie race against time to find the third M, which stands for Mammoth. They receive a bone fragment from the elephant and return to Frog Creek.
   Wonderful book that really explains about the past
The Sunset of the Sabertooth is truly a great learning book. Jack and Annie go back in time to find the first humans on the planet Cro-Magnons. Jack and Annie are very cold, so they find a cave to stay in. But not for long, because there's a wet dog smell and snoring, which confirms there's a cave bear in there! The rest is for yourself, read the rest for yourself. If you want my opinion of the book, this is undoubtley one of Mrs. Osborne's best. Also, there is something I want to tell all the people who read this book. Oncarta, I found out that the first humans lived in the epoch that's beginning of the Ice Age, the Pliestocene. I thought that it would be impossible for humans to live way back then, but this book showed me that Encarta was right, and gave me additional information. If you're doing research on the Ice Age, this will be a book you don't want to miss. Enjoy!
   the Magic Tree House should be read in chronological order to best appreciate Jack and Annie's travels through time as they ...
The Magic Tree House books are a must-have for all children. Unlike many other series for young readers, the Magic Tree House should be read in chronological order to best appreciate Jack and Annie's travels through time as they go on various missions. Four parts are typically completed within four days. Parents and educators will enjoy going along for the ride as much as their students! My daughter is a teenager now but she still gets excited when she sees a new tree house adventure has come out.
   Bent product
The ink on a few pages was very light and hard to read. The front cover was bent when the package was opened.
   Love the Series
My 7 year old Grandson and I have been making our way through all the Magic Tree House books. He was so excited when his first grade teacher started reading this book to the class and at the same time this was the one we were reading at home. He wanted to stay up late so he could finish it before school the next day, so he could log his progress on the Magic Tree House website. Not only do the kids get additional activities for logging how many pages they read but there are missions with virtual badges as rewards. Combine that with some good old-fashioned reading and you have a great way to combine computer skills with reading.
I love this series of books because it's a learning book and book and fantasy too! I've seen the other two movies, but I'm not a huge fan of the first one. It's great to be back home, said Blair.
   My Kids Love These
A fun book for kids that gives a brief peek into life long ago. It's extremely oversimplified and the climax of each story is always well, anti-climactic, but my kids enjoy them and it's a fun way to tie in a little adventure into what they're learning in history or science.
I read these books as a kid and 20 years later, I caught myself thinking of it. Still a thoughtful classic.
   A Review by B.O.
Two kids, Jack and Annie, travel to an ice age in a magic tree house. In the beginning, they get to the ice age. In the middle they find a sabretooth. It was a balancing act between safety and sound. One of my favorite characters is Annie because she has a good attitude. Another of my favorite parts is the tree house because it is magic. I think people who like adventures would like this book, because there are a lot of them. I also think people who like history would like it because there is a lot of it. Now go read this book and have an awesome adventure!