Winter of the Ice Wizard (Magic Tree House 32)

by Mary Pope Osborne

Other authorsSal Murdocca (Illustrator)
Hardcover, 2004



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Fic Osb (c.1)





Random House Books for Young Readers (2004), 128 pages


Jack and Annie are joined by Teddy and Kathleen as they travel to the snowy Land-Behind-the-Clouds, where they search for the eye of the Ice Wizard and attempt to help Merlin and Morgan.


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LibraryThing member everydaymagic
Jack and Annie were sent on a mission by the ice wizard to retreive his eye from the fates or he would not tell them where Mogan and Merlin were
LibraryThing member skeeterbo
I liked the book a little because it was about nature and wolves. Arrrooohhhhh! It was very cool because it was about a wizard.
LibraryThing member jzerba
An exciting tale that involves merlin the magician who Annie and Jack must save from the ice wizard who lost his eye. I haven't read one of these books in a long time, but I missed how exciting they can be. The black and white illustrations throughout just help out the story move along in such a
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fast speed pace. It is so greatly written, but it will not get the credit it deserves because it is "just a magic treehouse book", but it really is great literature. It teaches without the child even realizing there was a lesson there, when the wizard lost his eye and sight he also lost his heart like Merlin said, because you also see with your heart. What a great thought and idea, I enjoyed this book very much.
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