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Tigers At Twilight (magic Tree House, No. 19)

Tigers At Twilight
ASIN: 0679890653

Random House Books for Young Readers


Author: Mary Pope Osborne / Sal Murdocca

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Having used their magic tree house to travel to India, where they must get a gift to help free the dog Teddy from a spell, Jack and Annie have adventures involving a tiger and other endangered jungle animals.
When you are wishing to buy a book We've put together some information. Please read Tigers At Twilight (magic Tree House, No. 19) written by Mary Pope Osborne / Sal Murdocca! The author is Mary Pope Osborne / Sal Murdocca and it was published by Random House Books for Young Readers. The book became available in August of 1999. The book talks about Dogs and it is thought of as very good fiction. The book has 72 pages and it is made of pictures. A Stepping Stone book. It's dimensions are 7.76"H x 5.24"L x 0.28"W and it has a weight of 0.15 lbs. If you need a copy of this book for your kids, check out the shopping cart add to cart button on this page.

Jack and Annie are ready for their next fantasy adventure inside the bestselling middle-grade series— the Magic Tree House! Visit the Magic Tree House website! Tigers in trouble? Or will a fierce tiger eat them instead? Can Jack and Annie find a way to assist? Magic Tree House. The rare tigers are being trapped by greedy poachers! com That's what Jack and Annie find when the Magic Tree House whisks them and Teddy, the enchanted dog, to a forest in India.

How would you feel if you discovered a note like this in your magic tree property? Once inside the thick from the Indian jungle, it doesn't take them lengthy to make friends with the monkeys, to establish the huge gashes that tiger claws have produced on the tree trunks, and to spot a python. In Tigers at Twilight--the 19th adventure in award-winning author Mary Pope Osborne's popular Magic Tree House series--these brave, resourceful children have already found the 1st two gifts, and must find the third in"a forest far away. When they find a uncommon tiger in a poacher's trap, however, the story turns around, and the young children are eventually led towards the third gift. A generous layout combined with simple, brief sentences promote quick reading that may possibly build confidence in beginning readers. Eight-year-old Jack and his 7-year-old sister Annie love the funny, enchanted dog Teddy--and know they have no choice but to collect the gifts and break the mysterious spell. This story is straight out of an episode of Wild Kingdom; the children spot animal after animal, with only a number of close calls. A tribute for the disappearing tiger, and an animal-filled, action-focused adventure with plenty of cartoon-style illustrations, this slight book is sure to preserve kids' attention."Knowing that the books in Morgan Le Fey's magic tree house have the power to transport them all over the world, they see their next destination on the cover of Wildlife of India. (Ages 4 to 8)



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