In Midnight on the Moon, the Magic Tree House whisks Jack and Annie off to the moon, and the future. Their mission? To free Morgan le Fay from a terrible spell. Can they do it before the air in their oxygen tank runs out? Will the mysterious moon man help them? And why is Peanut the mouse acting so strange?
It's about time: don't miss any of Jack and Annie's adventures in the Magic Tree House series.
Sunset of the Sabertooth ©1996 Mary Pope Osborne; Midnight on the Moon ©1996 Mary Pope Osborne; (P)2001 Random House, Inc., Imagination Studio, an imprint of the Random House Audio Publishing Group
I always think a version in print is better (we like to encourage our children to read), but I do love that we can listen to these books in the car or for "quiet time".
We've purchased the first 18 books for my children (aged 4 and 5) and plan to continue through the series. Mary Pope Osborne does a great job; the only thing better would be if they were dramatized.
I love so many things about this series: That Jack and Annie are kind to one another, the positive messages about reading and the idea that reading can take you places, and the historical accuracy of each book. My kids love them!
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