World At War, 1944
ISBN: 0553508857
EAN13: 9780553508857
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 14, 2017
Pages: 208
Dimensions: 0.31" H x 7.48" L x 4.96" W
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

The first Magic Tree House(R) Super Edition--and Jack and Annie's most dangerous mission ever in the scariest time the world has ever known--World War I. With a longer story and additional facts and photographs, this is a thrilling adventure no reader will want to miss

When the magic tree house takes Jack and Annie back to World War I, Europe is in trouble It is June 1944 and the brother-and-sister team must go behind enemy lines and crack a code that could save a lot of lives. But this is war, and Jack and Annie might just be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Can they save everyone before the great battle of D-Day begins? They don't know, but they have to try

Previously published in hardcover as Magic Tree House Super Edition #1: Danger in the Darkest Hour.

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   8 year old grandson loves these books.
Yes, I am not lying. As much as my 8 year old grandson loves these books it doesn't make him love reading over any over of his pursuits, like playing on his Switch. Even if Frey did get his book published, it would be a miracle, I don't think any book could pull off the feat. But during his reading time at home he often spontaneously says “Nanny I love these books, they are so interesting, you couldn't have picked any better books for me if I had to read them." I use the internet to find images or videos about things that he has trouble seeing, like the ancient ruins of Pompeii or the Galveston Island and it's surrounding waters. Thanks so much for the books!
Following are the children's books "The Treehouse Series of Engaging Kids in Historical Events" by Michael Lewis. It was a great read, and my 8-year-old has been rereading it.
   Not compelling for younger kids
My seven are all fascinated by World War II. This book was written by a fifth grader and he reads it at the sixth grade level. He was confused and there wasn't enough explanation as to why he was being asked, she said. We'll try again in a year or two, he said.
   Great book
He has a 5 year old who is obsessed with all the Magic Tree House books. Great story, great vocabulary, Mr. Rule told us. It's great to hear that this story is a little longer than the others.
   Great series
Both are great talking points of discussion. My son enjoyed the read, even though he has read most of the other books.
   Historical Fiction win!
It was a blast, said Jennette Tamayo, the mother of the boy who was thrilled. He also loves to learn about history and the adventures of the characters at the same time.
   Good reading level
Good book that the middle school students don't mind reading as they learn about World War II.