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Night of the New Magicians (Magic Tree House #35)

(Part of the Magic Tree House (#35) Series, Magic Tree House "Merlin Missions" (#7) Series, and Das magische Baumhaus (#33) Series)

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This description may be from another edition of this product. Merlin sends Jack and Annie on a mysterious mission to Paris, France, over a hundred years ago. There they must find four magicians and give them an urgent message from Merlin himself. When Jack and...

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4 ratings

Another great one from M. Pope Osborne

I purchased this book for my son as an Easter present. He read the whole thing that day and said it was just as good as the rest of the series. We struggled with him to try and spark an interest in reading, and these books were the only thing that worked. Even now, when he reads much more advanced books, he still comes back to these adventures.

Fantastic Mission to 1889 World's Fair in Paris. My kids love this book

Night of the New Magicians is Magic Tree House Book #35. The two main characters are a brother (Jack) and sister (Annie). In each magic tree house book Jack and Annie travel via magic tree house to a faraway place and time to perform a mission. Every book in this series is a galloping adventure with a few facts thrown in. In #35 they travel to Paris, France, for the 1889 World's Fair. Their mission is to find four "new magicians" and protect them from an evil sorcerer who plans to kidnap them. Along the way Jack and Anne see the Eiffel Tower, meet Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, Louis Pasteur, and Gustave Eiffel. This is one of the best Magic Tree House Books to date. After reading this book my 6 year old wants to go see Paris. I gave him an eyewitness guidebook about Paris; you know the guidebooks with all the pictures. He enjoys looking through it. My 6 year old loves Magic Tree House books. In Kindergarten he made us read these books to him ever night. Now in Grade 1, he reads them to himself!! You know a 6 year old loves a book if he reads it to himself! One last thing, the books appear to stand up somewhat to the test of time, as the 10 year old across the street still likes them. I find this important as most things you buy for kids expire very rapidly. This book has a shelf life of at least 5 years, which is totally awesome.

Another great from Mary Pope Osborne!

My son loves this whole series. If you have not started your child on these for age 5 and up, do so! These are the most interesting books for young kids. And so far the series has seem to grow up with my son. This book lists the scientists such as Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell and others. These books really start a child learning about history. My son is so much into this history of these, it has led him to research on his own through other books about the historical events! We have also read the accompanying research books. The only thing I wish for now, is some children travel guides from Mrs. Osborne (it would be a great add on to the research books!). Thanks so much for these!

What a amazing book!

Night of the New Magicians was one of my favorite Magic Treehouse books. The story was about Jack and his little sister Annie going to the time of Paris World's Fair,1889. Their mission was to find and protect the Magicians of Sound, Light,Invisible,and Iron from a evil sorcerror. There wasn't the evil sorcerror at the World's Fair. But it made Jack and Annie to do their mission more quickly and to use their magic rhymes from their friends from mythical lands, Teddy and Kathleen, more wisely.I am really exited about the next book 'Blizzard of the Blue Moon'too!
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