Earthquake In The Early Morning (magic Tree House #24) (a Stepping Stone Book(tm))
- Number of Pages: 96
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
Jack and Annie are ready for their subsequent fantasy adventure in the bestselling middle-grade series— the Magic Tree House! com An adventure that will shake you up! Or will San Francisco be destroyed first? Visit the Magic Tree House website! Magic Tree House. As soon as they arrive, the famous San Francisco earthquake hits the city. Can Jack and Annie find the final writing that they have to assist Morgan save Camelot? That's what Jack and Annie get when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to California in 1906.
The year is 1906, the place is San Francisco. In an work to conserve Camelot, the children have currently found three particular kinds of writing for Morgan's library: something to follow (Civil War on Sunday) , something to send (Revolutionary War on Wednesday) , and one thing to learn (Twister on Tuesday ). Now it's time to find"a thing to lend. Stunned, Jack and Annie wander the streets, but quickly find a objective. But what about their mission? Lots of men and ladies need help transporting goods to safety, and many a lot more are left without getting any idea where to go or what to do. So eager, in fact, that she pulls Jack away from his investigation just before he would have learned an extremely important piece of information. Annie and her brother, Jack, have just traveled here in their magic tree house, on a mission from Morgan le Fay, the mysterious magical librarian from King Arthur's time."It's a quiet, peaceful morning in San Francisco, and Annie is eager to begin exploring. Will the kids find some thing to lend before the complete city goes up in flames? All too soon, the siblings figure it out for themselves: they have arrived in this lovely city a moment before amongst the biggest earthquakes the U. S. has ever known shakes the Bay Region to pieces!
Mary Pope Osborne's tremendously popular Magic Tree House series gives young readers a chance to immerse themselves in spellbinding adventures even as they learn about history. The terrible San Francisco earthquake is described with great historical accuracy, but with admirable age-appropriateness. (Ages 5 to 8) --Emilie Coulter
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