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Dingoes At Dinnertime (magic Tree House, No. 20)

Dingoes At Dinnertime
ASIN: 0679890661

Random House Books for Young Readers

Author: Mary Pope Osborne

The magic tree house whisks Jack and Annie away to Australia where they must save some animals from a wildfire.
Searching to buy an impressive child's book? Dingoes At Dinnertime is a good book. Written by Mary Pope Osborne and the publisher is Random House Books for Young Readers. The book was released sometime in 2000. The child's book is all about Magic and it is regarded as outstanding fiction. In the library the reference number is PZ7.O81167 Dg 2000. The children's book has 96 pages and it features black & white artwork. A stepping stone book. The children's book dimensions are 7.76"H x 5.51"L x 0.28"W. It has got a weight of 0.15 lbs.

Jack and Annie are ready for their subsequent fantasy adventure inside the bestselling middle-grade series— the Magic Tree House! Jack and Annie must help a baby kangaroo and a koala escape from a fire-filled forest. Wildfire! Will they have the ability to rescue the animals in time? That's what Jack and Annie are up against once they are whisked away for the land of Australia. Visit the Magic Tree House website! And they're not alone! com Magic Tree House.

'What if. ' 'What if. ' he said.

'We're looking at a wildfire! ' he stated."

On a magical mission from the mysterious tree residence near their house in Frog Creek, Pennsylvania, Jack and his sister Annie find themselves inside the wilds of Australia for the duration of a drought. Meanwhile, one exotic animal correct after another crosses their paths, from koalas to kookaburras to kangaroos."But can they find this gift before the forest--and all its furry and feathered residents--burns up? In previous episodes with the Magic Tree House series, Jack and Annie found three with all the four gifts they must obtain in order to free an enchanted dog from a spell. Things heat up pretty quickly for this adventuresome pair, as what initially appears to be a campfire turns into something a lot more frightening. Now they must track down"a gift from a kangaroo.

This enormously popular series by award-winning author Mary Pope Osborne is complete of thrills and enchantment. (Ages 6 to 10) --Emilie Coulter She manages to infuse each easy-to-read chapter book with heaps of historical, cultural, and geographical information, without getting ever missing a beat.


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