Dolphins at Daybreak (#9)
It's sink or swim for Jack and Annie when Magic Tree House whisks them off to the middle of the ocean.
Ghost Town at Sundown (#10)
"Is this town haunted?" Jack and Annie wonder when the Magic Tree House takes them to the Wild Wild West.
Lions at Lunchtime (#11)
"Where are the lions?" Jack wonders when the Magic Tree House whisks him and his sister to the vast plains of Africa.
Polar Bears Past Bedtime (#12)
It's icicle city...when the Magic Tree House whisks Jack and Annie to the frozen Arctic.
Vacation Under the Volcano (#13)
Who wants to vacation next to a volcano? Jack and Annie are about to find out when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to the days of the Roman Empire.
Day of the Dragon-King (#14)
Who would burn books? Jack and Annie find out when the Magic Tree House takes them back to ancient China.
Viking Ships at Sunrise (#15)
"Beware the Vikings!" warns Morgan. Then Jack and Annie are whisked back to ancient Ireland.
Hour of the Olympics (#16)
Join Jack and Annie as the Magic Tree House takes them to ancient Greece to witness the very first Olympic games!
©2003 Mary Pope Osborne (P)2011 Listening Library
My name is Euan and I am six and I like The Magic Treehouse series. I REALLY like it. It's about children, Jack and Annie, who go on adventures. They go to the sea, to Pompei (that was a sad one because some people died) and to Ancient Greece and to other really cool places. I liked the ninjas and I also liked the dolphins and I am looking forward to the Titanic.
I brought this set of books for my 7yo son to try and get him interested in reading. All three of my children aged 7, 9, and 11 thought the magic tree house stories were great. I have since brought the actual books and my son was actually reading one in bed with the torch. These books have helped him get a little more interested in reading and for some boys, thats a struggle.
Absolutely... and I already have.
It was a variety of stories and it kept my son thinking and involved with the stories. he loves them and he is only 5.
i love them both because they remind me of my 2 kids.
My 5 1/2 year old hyperactive boy loves this - keeps him rapt for hours during long drives. Highly recommended!
This is a great series. My daughter loves these books. We listen to these together and I can see that she is very engaged in the books. The author has a great way of reading them, like no other reader could do. Love them, love them.
Absolutely! My sons, ages 3 and 5, both get swept away with these stories. They like this series even better than 1-8. I like that the stories teach them something about history, while still encourage them to use their imaginations. I also like that the brother and sister don't argue, but work together as a team during their adventures.
We love to listen to these on car trips or in waiting rooms to pass the time.
Absolitely! My daughter listens to these stories over and over. They are cute and I don't even mind listening along with her. The reader is great!
My girls love these books and I love that they get a little history and fun.
Both Jack and Annie have endeared themselves to my girls, especially the almost 4 year old. She always wants to listen before she goes to sleep.
All of them
My son loves this series. We listen to it all the time in the car. I am thankful there are so many stores so I don't go crazy.
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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