Magic Tree House #29 - A Merlin Mission: Christmas in Camelot

by Mary Pope Osborne

Other authorsSal Murdocca (Illustrator)
Hardcover, 2001

Status

Available

Local notes

Fic Osb (c. 2)

Barcode

1952

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Genres

Publication

Random House Books for Young Readers (2001), Edition: First Edition, Library Binding, 128 pages

Description

On Christmas Eve, Jack and Annie's tree house transports them to King Arthur's castle at Camelot, where they undertake a quest to the castle of the Otherworld.

Language

Original publication date

2001-10-01

Physical description

128 p.; 5.71 x 0.63 inches

User reviews

LibraryThing member Zacswic
It all started when Jack and Annie got invitation to celebrate Christmas at Camelot. First they had to save Camelot from a evil spell cast by Mordred. When hey were finished, they had a nice Christmas.

I recommend this book to children how love mystery, magic, adventure and fantasy.
LibraryThing member everydaymagic
Jack and Annie were invited to camelot by Merlin and went on an adventure to get the water of adventure and imagination to save camelot.
LibraryThing member jeunlee
Jack and Annie went to Camelot by the magic tree house, but sad thing was waiting for them. Happiness in Camelot was gone so someone had to go to other world and save Camelot with special water so Jack and Annie went to other world
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 Maydacat
Jack and Annie are whisked away to Camelot for Christmas, but they receive some unhappy news when they arrive. Camelot is a sad place. Three knights were sent on a mission but failed to return. Magic is now banned, and so this will be their last adventure. But surely, that can’t be! They decide
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they must try to find the knights and restore happiness to Camelot. This is a well written adventure story for young readers, and will acquaint them with some of the legends surrounding Camelot as well as another interesting happening concerning a special dance. The first in the Merlin Mission series, it continues the story of Jack and Annie on new adventures, and is quite well narrated by the author.
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LibraryThing member TnTexas
a fun, Christmas-themed installment in the Magic Treehouse series
LibraryThing member VictoriaBurroughs
I think that Christmas in Camelot is a very good because it is fiction. And the stag, it is beautiful because it is white and is as white as new falling snow and white is a color people can see very well. And the VVVVVVVVVEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRYYYYYYY
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Pages

128

Rating

½ (105 ratings; 3.9)
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