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Magic Tree House #32: Winter of the Ice…

Magic Tree House #32: Winter of the Ice Wizard

by Mary Pope Osborne

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Series: Magic Tree House (32), Merlin Mission (4)

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I would recommend this book to a fourth or fifth grade child as a good chapter book. I gave this book a 3 because it is pretty long. A magician goes missing so the children go to find him at the frozen kingdom of ice and snow. ( )
  akf97 | Oct 20, 2015 |
winter of the ice wizard Do like reading about a great mystery book? Well this is the book to do that. My favorite part is when the Ice Wizard lost his eye and Jack and Annie lost their friends. The Ice Wizard was talking to Jack and Annie and he said,” if you get my eye back you can have your friends.” Jack and Annie took the hard way and choose to get their friend. They also had many obstacles to get through. My favorite character Jack because he knows what to do and some many other things. Annie his sister would want to go ever where the moon, the beach, and so many other places. AUTHOR Mary Pope Osborne has written many Magic Tree-House books. She was born on May 20, 1949, and she is 65 years old. This book has 77 reviews on Amazon.
  Jerod12001 | Feb 5, 2015 |
An exciting tale that involves merlin the magician who Annie and Jack must save from the ice wizard who lost his eye. I haven't read one of these books in a long time, but I missed how exciting they can be. The black and white illustrations throughout just help out the story move along in such a fast speed pace. It is so greatly written, but it will not get the credit it deserves because it is "just a magic treehouse book", but it really is great literature. It teaches without the child even realizing there was a lesson there, when the wizard lost his eye and sight he also lost his heart like Merlin said, because you also see with your heart. What a great thought and idea, I enjoyed this book very much.
  jzerba | Mar 17, 2013 |
The kids really are idiots here. They've mentioned several times how Merlin always signs with an "M," yet they blatantly ignored that little omission this time? SMH ( )
  benuathanasia | Sep 5, 2012 |
This book is about a boy and a girl named jack and Annie that live in frog creek. As there going to their tree house in the middle of summer they wonder if merlin, the wizard that has taken them on so many adventures before. As there going to their tree house they see two unknown people heading to their tree house. When they reach the tree house they find out it was really some of their friends from the world they travel to in the tree house. They talk to their friends to find out that Merlin’s staff of power has been stolen and a note contained the place to find it that was found by their friends. As they made their journey to the Land-Behind-The-Clouds they found an old wizard on a frozen throne inside an Ice Palace. He said they have to find his eye and bring it back to him or all will be lost. He also told them that there are two wolves that will eat them if they catch up with them on their journey. As the made their way to the location he wizard told them to go in a riddle they found the Norns which the wizard gave his eye to in a trade. They tell them to go to a hole in a hill ad to find the eye in there. They also told them that there is an ice giant guarding it. They got the eye away from the ice giant in a nick of time because they can’t look at him otherwise they would freeze to dead. They gave the eye to the wizard who got made because it would not work because he had no heart but then they brought his sister back to him who left because of a fight all was well and the land lived in peace again. ( )
  Brandon.Bsto6922 | Jan 26, 2012 |
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Author nameRoleType of authorWork?Status
Mary Pope Osborneprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Delval, Marie-HélèneTraductionsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Masson, PhilippeIllustrationssecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
Murdocca, SalIllustratorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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Scholastic Reading Level: 2.8
JACK AND ANNIE, joined by Teddy and Kathleen (from earlier books), travel in the Magic Tree House to a land of snow where the Ice Wizard has captured Morgan and Merlin. The four friends must find the Ice Wizard's missing eye . . . or is it really his heart that is missing?
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JACK AND ANNIE, joined by Teddy and Kathleen (from earlier books), travel in the Magic Tree House to a land of snow where the Ice Wizard has captured Morgan and Merlin. The four friends must find the Ice Wizard’s missing eye . . . or is it really his heart that is missing?

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Jack and Annie are joined by Teddy and Kathleen as they travel to the snowy Land-Behind-the-Clouds, where they search for the eye of the Ice Wizard and attempt to help Merlin and Morgan.

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