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Thanksgiving on Thursday

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Where To Find It

Call number: J Fiction / Magic Tree House

Available Copies: Downtown Youth, Pittsfield Youth, West Youth

Additional Details

Youth level.

Age level: 5 and up.

Grade level: K and up.

"A stepping stone book."

Jack and Annie travel in their magic treehouse to the year 1621, where they celebrate the first Thanksgiving with the Pilgrims and Wampanoag Indians in the New Plymouth Colony.

Community Reviews

Good series for young readers

This was the first chapter book series my son got into. They are really formulaic so they start to get old for the adults reading it.

good

great

Great Series

The Magic Tree House series brings back so many great memories. I remember reading these books when I was in the third grade and they were my favorite books. Everyone in my class was so into these books, they wouldn’t let go of them. These books are action-packed, full of adventure, filled with astounding twists and turns, and sometimes give the reader a nice laugh. Not only do they entertain the reader, but they also give tons of information about history. The storylines aren’t all that bad, either. I think it’s a nice way to educate our young ones. The series is a very interesting mix of fiction and nonfiction. Sometimes, I even find myself skimming through the books just for a nice, quick, twenty-minute read. I bought a few of the books when I was younger and now I’ve passed them on to my younger sister. She not only loves the series, but she is determined to read the entire series. I also appreciate the fact that the author, Mary Pope Osborne, is still writing books in the Magic Tree House series. Each book is a simple chapter book, ranging from seventy pages to one-hundred twenty pages. I would definitely recommend this entire series to anyone from kindergarten to fourth grade (based on the individual’s reading level, of course).

good

Jack and Annie (brother and sister) discover a tree house that can take them any place in the books inside the tree house. They meet Morgan, the owner of the tree house, who is a magical librarian. In each book, they are given a puzzle to solve and a reference book that helps them. They explore science and history in the process of solving these puzzles. Some of the books were a bit scary for my kids. Generally, Jack and Annie work well together but there are times when Annie makes poor decisions that get them into trouble. A good way to sneak in some teaching in a reasonably entertaining and inoffensive manner

Magical!

I used to love these books!

this is off the chizzain! :oD

this is off the chizzain! :oD

Beto's thoughts

Really fun book - read it if you get the chance.

Great

Jack and Annie go back in time once again to 1621, on the day of the first Thanksgiving. No one can figure out where they came from, but luckily Squanto helps them out. They end up not being able to help with the dinner, but everyone appreciates the wonderful sense of humor and comedy they create.

Awesome

This is a really cool book.

Great

kool

MAGIC TREE HOUSE

This is a great series for young readers. Jack and Annie travel through time with the help of Morgan le Fey's,a magical witch from Camelot ,magic tree house. Help these two heroes as they travel through time on a awesome adventure.

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