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Magic Tree House Collection Books 1-4 [set of 3 audio CD's only]

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    Mary Pope Osborne(Author Narrator)

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A collection of adventures from Jack and Annie!This volume includes:


Dinosaurs Before Dark
This time, Jack and Annie travel back 65 million years to a land filled with volcanoes, dinosaurs, and danger!

The Knight at Dawn

Jack and Annie travel back in time to medieval England for an adventure inside a storybook castle, from feasting hall to dreadful dungeon.

Mummies in the Morning
Jack and Annie find themselves whisked away to ancient Egypt, where they come face to face with a dead queen--and her 1,000-year-old mummy!

Pirates Past Noon
Jack and Annie are in deep trouble when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to the days of desert islands, secret maps, hidden gold--and ruthless pirates! Will Jack and Annie discover a buried treasure? Will they find out the identity of the mysterious M? Or will they walk the plank?

MARY POPE OSBORNE is the author of the New York Times number one bestselling Magic Tree House series as well as coauthor of the Magic Tree House Fact Tracker series, along with her husband, Will, and her sister Natalie Pope Boyce.

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  • By diva bubble on 3 June 2017

    Given as a gift but grandsom enjoyed it

  • By MNichols on 26 July 2014

    Great birthday gift for my 7 year old niece who wanted chapter books. Kids fall in love with the characters who become their friends and they travel right along with them as discovers, detectives and researchers of exciting new places!! Easy for kids to become addicted to reading this series.

  • By Shekeat on 8 January 2014

    These are amazing stories aimed at 5 to 8 yr olds I would say. they are not too long, interesting and informative. As I said he loves them!

  • By R. M. E on 20 March 2011

    We've read the first 20 and they're easy and educational,a bit formulaic but with some great action parts. Jack (bookish)and Annie (fearless) travel to different Historical periods and contexts on vairous quests, retrieveing a lost Library book from Pompei just as Vesuvius is erupting or inspiring a Cowboy to stop corraling wild horses adn write a book. I've learnt plenty of facts about the Titanic and Medieval Castles and both my 8 year old daughter (independently)and 5 year old son gobble them up. The writing is ok, enough repetition for the readers to feel at home but the Americanisms grate (endless 'flashlights' which 'shined')and we all predict the exclamations of 'Oh man', 'oh brother' and 'yikes'. They vary in quality generally getting stronger as the series progresses('Pirates Past Noon' def weaker than 'Vikings Ships at Sunset')Plenty of illustrations and the range of settings in the familiar tree house package make it a lively and engaging first series of Chapter books for boys or girls.

  • By Louise Bostock on 15 September 2009

    I have just received Mary Pope Osborne's Magic Tree House Books 1-4. I have absolutely no doubt that my children will jump for joy every time we read a chapter and that there is a heap of educational value in them. But, Random House, I am deeply, deeply disappointed. These books are in black and white inside - including the illustrations. They are printed on a wood-heavy paper that makes your skin crawl to touch it, and the grey colour of the paper makes it hard to decipher some of the images. The pages are bound in so badly that they are buckled (in all four books). Random House is considered a reputable publisher across the globe, but this product is a disgrace. My advice? If you care about the object in your hands as much as you do its content, look for a different edition of the Magic Tree House books.

  • By Nicola Eileen Taylor on 28 August 2009

    I bought these books for my son (age 6) on the recommendation of a friend and they are just wonderful. I was finding it hard to find books for him to enjoy as most aimed at this age group are about fairies and ponies. These are easy to read and quick moving which keep him interested. There are some pictures but they are ideal for the move from simple reading books with pictures on every page to more the more advanced. Dinosaurs and Knights, what little boy is not going to love that.


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