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Magic Tree House (40) Eve of the Emperor Penguin (edition 2009)

by Mary Pope Osborne

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Title:Magic Tree House (40) Eve of the Emperor Penguin
Authors:Mary Pope Osborne
Info:Random House Books for Young Readers (2009), Edition: Reprint, Paperback, 144 pages
Collections:Fiction, Young Adult
Rating:****
Tags:historical fiction, fiction, children's fiction, magic, fantasy, mystery, young adult, animals, penguins

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Eve of the Emperor Penguin by Mary Pope Osborne

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this is a really lovely children's book, explaining a lot about Antarctica and also having a magic story ( )
  Releanna | Apr 10, 2013 |
I don't care what anyone says. Penny was the secret to happiness... ( )
  benuathanasia | Nov 18, 2012 |
I have not read the Magic Tree House books for years. I had forgotten how wonderful they are. In this book Jack and Annie go to Antarctica on a mission to find the fourth secret of happiness for Merlin the magician who is suffering from deep sadness. A great addition to the Magic Tree House series, and a joy for parent and child to share. The story moves quickly and keeps the young reader's attention. I like the way Jack and Annie interact. Jack is methodical and is always writing notes in his journal (nice role model for kids), while Annie is the more intuitive one. I like the addition of penguin facts and facts about Antarctica at the end of the book. I highly recommend it. ( )
  Juana7 | Jan 25, 2012 |
Jack and Annie take a trip in the magic tree house to Antarctica to find the 4th secret of happiness so they can bring it to camelot and save Merlin. They go through crazy adventurous times to find that the secret to happiness is a little orphan penguin.
  ktb004 | Mar 30, 2011 |
Brother and sister travel to Antarctica in order to bring back a baby penguin for Merlin, the wizard. The kids experience the cold and extreme weathers as well as traveling up a mountain to a volcano, discovering a new world in which the never knew existed. Overall, charming and eventful story of brother and sister working hard together to get the job done! ( )
  skc004 | Mar 24, 2011 |
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JACK AND ANNIE continue their quest for the secrets of happiness—secrets they need to save Merlin. This time, the Magic Tree House takes them to the one continent they haven’t visited before: Antarctica! What can they hope to learn about happiness in such a barren place? Only the penguins know for sure . . . Jack and Annie are about to find out!


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The magic tree house takes Jack and Annie to Antarctica to search for the fourth secret of happiness for Merlin.

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