Jack and Annie are ready for their next adventure in the New York Times best-selling middle-grade series - The Magic Tree House!
Time-traveling brother-and-sister team Jack and Annie have to find a certain kind of food - the fourth thing needed to save Merlin's beloved penguin, Penny. The magic tree house whisks them off to a village in the mountains of southeast China, close to a world-famous panda reserve. Will it be their easiest adventure yet? Not a chance! Jack and Annie don't know it, but they've arrived on the day of a historic earthquake!
How will Jack and Annie survive when the giant quake strikes? Will they be able to rescue the pandas? And how will they ever get back to the tree house so that they can fulfill their quest to save Penny as well?
Mary Pope Osborne conjures up another fast-paced adventure filled with danger, mystery, and magic in the bestselling Magic Tree House series.
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Audible has changed my life! Dry , itchy eyes were destroying one of my greatest pleasures - reading. Now I am experiencing books again!
Pandas are a wonderful subject for one of the Magic Tree House books. The kids love them, but they learn here some of the realities of life for these endangered animals.
This is a terrific series, and it's nice to have an audible version. Can't help wishing, tho, that Mary Pope Osborne would allow someone else to "read" them. She obviously cares about the material, but I think children would benefit from a professional narrator.
I am a mom on the go!! I have a special needs child which takes us on many trips out of the area, my daughter and I LOVE Audible!
My daughter and I have listened to every Magic Tree House on our many long distance trips to doctors. I have never been disappointed in any book. I am always excited about the conversations sparked by the history of the stories.
We are really enjoying following Jack and Annie on their adventures.
Yes, we've listened to them all
All of them. It's good to follow them in order, they are accumulative.
If you're driving any distance yes.
I'm noticing that Mary Pope Osborne isn't reading Annie as a whiny little girl anymore. It's good to hear that, because I don't read Annie that way. Jack is maturing, and it's great for my children to perceive the growth they achieve through their adventures.
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