Jack and Annie have survived all kinds of dangers on their adventures in the magic tree house. Find out how you can survive lots of scary situations, including sharks, earthquakes, fires, shipwrecks and many more! Features a compass embedded in the front cover. With full-color photographs and illustrations, facts about real-life survival stories and tips from Jack and Annie, this is a must-have for all survivors of the bestselling Magic Tree House series.
Join Jack and Annie as they travel back to the time of dinosaurs where they encounter all sorts of dinos from the terrifying T-Rex to the crowd-pleasing Triceratops, and start on a life-time of adventures with new readers.
Jack and Annie are off to Africa, where they meet a band of gorillas headed by a large silverback. When the kids save the gorillas from a dangerous leopard, they form a friendship and begin learning a lot from each other.
Jack and Annie climb into their magic tree house once again. This time they are going to England and also to Shakespeare's theater. They are searcing for "a special magic" that will, "without wand, spell, or charm --- turn daytime into night." With only their backpacks and a book about 16th century England, Jack and Annie manage to solve Morgan le Fay's rhyme. Additional information about Shakespeare is included, plus a partial list of the more than 2,000 words and expressions he invented.