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Paperback Polar Bears Past Bedtime (Magic Tree House #12) Book

ISBN: 0590706381

ISBN13: 9780590706384

Polar Bears Past Bedtime (Magic Tree House #12)

(Part of the Magic Tree House (#12) Series and Das magische Baumhaus (#12) Series)

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This description may be from another edition of this product. The #1 bestselling chapter book series of all time celebrates 25 years with new covers and a new, easy-to-use numbering system It's icicle city...when the Magic Tree House whisks Jack and Annie to the...

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Polar Bears Past Bedtime By Mackenzie

Mackenzie Mosley Morgan the librarian gave Jack and Annie a 4th scroll and a book to start an adventure. 3 other adventures were already done. The 4th scroll and book were about adventures in the Arctic. The Arctic was very cold, windy, and snowy. They openned the scroll which had a clue that they need to solve. The story was about solving the clue. They were cold and read the book the help them. When they were the reading the book they heard wolves by the tree house. The wolves actually huskies pulling the sled with a seal hunter. The seal hunter gave them warm clothes made from seal skin. The seal hunter then invited them to his house which was an igloo. Jack and Annie ate seal meat. The seal hunter showed Jack and Annie the mask that looked like polar bears. Jack and Annie took the mask outside to see what the dogs were barking at and found baby polar bears. They followed the baby polar bears to the frozen sea. Jack and Annie were on the ice and it began to crack. The mother polar bear got her babies off of the cracking ice by sliding on her belly. Jack and Annie follwed her off of the ice on their bellies. When they were on the shore they saw the Northern Lights. Jack and Annie solved the riddle and went back to the treehouse. They could not go back right away because there was another riddle. They used the other scrolls to solve the 5th riddle which took them to their favorite place home. The problem of the story was about solving the riddles to get them home. They got home by going on a adventure to find clues.

IT IS A COOL BOOk

I liked this book because in the middle of the book jack and annie find lots of polar bears. They traveled to the north pole because Morgan Le Fay gave th em a mission.The mission was dangerous.This is a COOL book!

A mystery that makes you want to be in it!

We really think this book that we read is one of the most fun books because it has great words. If you like adventures and mysteries, well you don't have to think twice about this book. We are telling you this book is great. For example, polar bears feel that they can fly when they slide on thin ice. This book is a very good book. The characters are funny, like Jack who is smart and likes books a lot. If you like the book, well, you and him have something in common. So pick this book because it is awesome! --Juan Figueroa, Jerry Albor, Sergio Rocha and Cristian Garnica in Ms. Marik's 6th grade class

Polar Bear Perfect!

This book was fun. I like it when Jack and Annie go to the Artic. They have to act liked polarbears to get off some thin ice.I liked this book because it was full of adventure.

This book is great!

It is a really good book. I liked when they helped the Polar bears babies. Its really exciting, and it deals with a lot of adventure. My favourite parts is when Jack and Annie get to ride on the dog sled.
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