Dinosaurs Before Dark (Magic Tree House) Book Review and Ratings by Kids - Mary Pope OsborneThe young protagonists are avid readers, and the bestselling books have inspired a love of reading in countless children. Twenty-five years later, Osborne is still writing them. In some ways, I feel like I just started writing them. Why did you pick Christmas in Camelot to turn into a movie? The regular Magic Tree House books are half the length.
By August , there were 48 books in the series for independent readers, 6 to 10 or 11 years old, as well as 26 companion research guides Magic Tree House Fact Tracker nonfiction books for some of the books in the series. All of the books in the series center around the time travel adventures of brother and sister Jack and Annie, who live in Frog Creek, Pennsylvania. The two discover a magic tree house in the woods by their house. In books 1 to 28, Jack is 8 years old and Annie is a year younger. Thanks to the book-filled magic tree house whose books have magical properties and whose owner, magical librarian Morgan le Fay provides them with exciting missions, the two have many exciting adventures.
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The original American series is illustrated by Salvatore Murdocca , although other illustrators have been used for foreign-language editions. The series consists of two groups. The first group consists of books , in which Morgan Le Fay sends Jack and Annie Smith, two normal children who are siblings from the fictional small town of Frog Creek, Pennsylvania, on numerous adventures and missions with a magical tree house. These books are longer than the previous 28, and some take place in fantasy realms like Camelot. Kathleen and Teddy are two apprentices who befriend Jack and Annie during their adventures, with one of these adventures being to free Teddy from a spell.