Earthquake in the Early Morning (Magic Tree House #24) (Magic Tree House (R))

Earthquake in the Early Morning (Magic Tree House #24) (Magic Tree House (R))

Mary Pope Osborne

Language: English

Pages: 96

ISBN: 067989070X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Jack and Annie are ready for their next fantasy adventure in the bestselling middle-grade series—the Magic Tree House!

An adventure that will shake you up!

That's what Jack and Annie get when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to California in 1906. As soon as they arrive, the famous San Francisco earthquake hits the city. Can Jack and Annie find the final writing that they need to help Morgan save Camelot? Or will San Francisco be destroyed first?

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on the porch steps. Jack sat down beside her. “What are you doing?” he asked. “I was waiting for the birds to start singing,” said Annie. “Then I was going to wake you up.” Jack and Annie watched the sky go from dark gray to light gray. Then the birds began their song. “Tweet-tweet,” said Annie. Without another word, Jack and Annie left their porch. They headed up their street to the Frog Creek woods. It was cool beneath the trees. Jack and Annie hurried through the woods to the rope

they both yelled. They ran as fast as they could over the broken cobblestones and up the steep hill. Near the top, the driver finally heard them. He brought his wagon to a halt. “You can’t go to the Pavilion!” Jack cried. “You have to take them back to the building where they were!” said Annie. “They won’t burn there!” said Jack, trying to catch his breath. “The building you’re taking them to is going to burn instead!” The driver looked at Jack and Annie as if they were crazy. “You kids

suppose if two ordinary kids can find courage and hope, then an ordinary king can find it, too.” The man slowly stood up. “I will go now and speak to my knights,” he said. “I will share the wisdom you have brought me.” He wrapped his cape around him. He bowed to Jack and Annie. “Thank you,” he said. Then he strode bravely out of Morgan’s library. “Yes, thank you,” said Morgan, walking over to Jack and Annie. “You’re welcome,” they said. “These are for your library,” said Jack. He and Annie

suppose if two ordinary kids can find courage and hope, then an ordinary king can find it, too.” The man slowly stood up. “I will go now and speak to my knights,” he said. “I will share the wisdom you have brought me.” He wrapped his cape around him. He bowed to Jack and Annie. “Thank you,” he said. Then he strode bravely out of Morgan’s library. “Yes, thank you,” said Morgan, walking over to Jack and Annie. “You’re welcome,” they said. “These are for your library,” said Jack. He and Annie

ON THE AMAZON #7: SUNSET OF THE SABERTOOTH #8: MIDNIGHT ON THE MOON #9: DOLPHINS AT DAYBREAK #10: GHOST TOWN AT SUNDOWN #11: LIONS AT LUNCHTIME #12: POLAR BEARS PAST BEDTIME #13: VACATION UNDER THE VOLCANO #14: DAY OF THE DRAGON KING #15: VIKING SHIPS AT SUNRISE #16: HOUR OF THE OLYMPICS #17: TONIGHT ON THE TITANIC #18: BUFFALO BEFORE BREAKFAST #19: TIGERS AT TWILIGHT #20: DINGOES AT DINNERTIME #21: CIVIL WAR ON SUNDAY #22: REVOLUTIONARY WAR ON WEDNESDAY #23: TWISTER ON TUESDAY

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