Magic Tree House # 7: Sunset of the Sabertooth

by Mary Pope Osborne

Paperback, 1996







Random House Books for Young Readers (1996), Paperback, 80 pages


The magic tree house transports Jack and Annie on a mission to the Ice Age where they encounter Cro-Magnons, cave bears, sabertooth tigers, and woolly mammoths.

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Physical description

80 p.; 7.65 inches

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LibraryThing member t1bclasslibrary
To get the third object to save Morgan, Jack and Annie have to face terrifying creatures, cold weather, and a fall into a trap during the ice ages. Luckily a Cro-Magnum priest helps them out and gives them a mammoth bone flute, and they are able to return home unharmed.
LibraryThing member skeeterbo
It was a little funny--I liked the sabertooth and the wooly mammoths.
LibraryThing member adamjohn
Jack and Annie, in Frog Creek, Pennsylvania, want to rescue their friend Morgan. But they do not realize that they have to go to the Ice Age...
LibraryThing member Noelleon
Sunset of the sabortooth is a very good book I would recomend it,its where these two kids named Annie and Jack goes to the ice age and nearly freezes to death beause they came with thire bathing suits on.Any ways the bad part of it is they do find some trobel on there way to thire quest, But I am
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not going to tell u what it is u have to read to find out what the BIG PROBLEM thire in!..................
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LibraryThing member benuathanasia
I picked this book up expecting to feel brain cells dying as I read it. I was very wrong; I can see why my students enjoy this series so much. It's very well written (albeit extremely simplistic) and interesting. It was an extremely quick read and is educational, to boot!
LibraryThing member mderob1
This book is great to use in the classroom. The main idea of this book is using your imagination and exploration, but at the same time the chapter book is informational. This series is very cute and entertaining, I loved it! Jack and Annie go on another crazy adventure where they meet woolly
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mammoths, cave people and the sabertooth tiger. The book covers what the Ice Age looked and felt like as well as the culture of the people who lived during that time period. The story is exciting and even includes pictures. I loved reading these books when I was growing up.
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LibraryThing member cschne11
I really enjoyed “Sunset of the Sabertooth” out of the Magic Tree House series. Mary Pope Osborne does a fantastic job of including facts and history into a fun and exciting story. In this particular book, the author includes accurate information about the last Ice Age, Cro-Magnons, wooly
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mammoths, and saber-tooth tigers while Jack and Annie are on a mission to help Morgan. The book has a very fast pace, and the plot never slips into anything boring or monotonous. Although this cook is a chapter book, it is a very quick and easy read which would be good for students just moving up to the level of chapter books. I also enjoyed that the book had occasional illustrations throughout the book. The illustrations help to break up the text and also allow the reader to paint a better picture in their mind of what is going on. The main idea of the book is to tell the story of yet another adventure Jack and Annie had out of their magic tree house.
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LibraryThing member Othemts
Another "Jack & Annie" read aloud to my daughter. This time our heroes travel to Ice Age Europe and encounter Cro-Magnon people, a wooly mammoth, and a sabretooth tiger, all while wearing their bathing suits! Brrr...
This is another fun, well-written, and historically informative story for children
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and the grownups who read to them.
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