Random House Books for Young Readers (2006), Hardcover, 128 pages
The magic tree house carries Jack and Annie to New York City in 1938 on a mission to rescue the last unicorn.
Children's Favorites Awards (Selection — 2007)
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128 p.; 8.5 inches
Magic Tree House Books are the books of the century. The kids love them and so do I . That's why I want kids and adults of all ages should read these books.
LibraryThing member heike6
The Magic Tree House series helps children learn about places and time periods through magical stories. This particular book had several interesting facts about New York City and the Great Depression.
LibraryThing member firhetrick
This magical book, by Mary Pope Osborne, is indeed a pleasure to reed. As you read the pages of the Magic Tree House #36: Blizzard of the Blue Moon (A Merlin Mission), you'll discover that Jack and Annie are on a mission in New York in 1938 in search of a hidden unicorn. But, will they run into
Show Moretrouble along the way? Find out in this fabulous book. Recommended for fantasy lovers ages 8 and up.
LibraryThing member Miss.Barbara
In this exciting new Merlin Mission, Jack and Annie go back in time to New York City, during one of the darkest periods in the city's history — the Great Depression. Even worse, the city is in the grip of a terrible snowstorm. To stop the blizzard, Jack and Annie must save the unicorn made famous
Show Morein the Cloisters' medieval tapestries. But will that be enough to help a city that faces so many troubles?
LibraryThing member Othemts
This may be my favorite Magic Tree House book yet. Jack and Annie are sent to Depression-era New York City to find a unicorn (SPOILER: If you didn't guess, it's in the Cloisters museum, although there's a great diversion where Jack & Annie try to go to the Bronx Zoo). Jack & Annie take a subway and
Show Morea cab on their quest as they have to fight against a blizzard and a pair of dark wizards en route to their goal. What's great about this book is that the fantasy and adventure elements are blended so well with an honest portrayal of the poverty and desperation of the Depression.
LibraryThing member NMiller22
The magic tree house carries Jack and Annie to New York City in 1938 on a mission to rescue the last unicorn. Book #36
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