Night of the New Magicians (Magic Tree House Merlin Mission Series #7)

Night of the New Magicians (Magic Tree House Merlin Mission Series #7)

by Mary Pope Osborne

Audio CD(Unabridged, 1 CD, 45 min.)

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Overview

Merlin sends Jack and Annie on a mysterious mission to Paris, France, over a 100 years ago. There they must find four magicians and give them an urgent message from Merlin himself. When Jack and Annie land in Paris, they make their way to the 1889 World’s Fair. Below the Eiffel Tower, built especially for the fair, there are thousands of exhibits from all over the world. But how will Jack and Annie find the magicians in the crowds of people? And who are the magicians anyway? Jack and Annie are about to find out in another adventure filled with history, magic, and amazing surprises!

From the Hardcover edition.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780307283870
Publisher: Penguin Random House Audio Publishing Group
Publication date: 03/14/2006
Series: Magic Tree House Merlin Mission Series
Edition description: Unabridged, 1 CD, 45 min.
Product dimensions: 5.74(w) x 4.96(h) x 0.38(d)
Age Range: 7 - 10 Years

About the Author

Mary Pope Osborne is the author of all the Magic Tree House books, as well as American Tall Tales and New York’s Bravest for Knopf. The author lives in Goshen, CT.

Hometown:

Goshen, Connecticut

Date of Birth:

May 20, 1949

Place of Birth:

Fort Sill, Oklahoma

Education:

B.A., University of North Carolina

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Night of the New Magicians (Magic Tree House Series #35) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 62 reviews.
EGHunter01 More than 1 year ago
"Night of the New Magicians" is a great tale. You will not be bored by this wonder-filled storyline. Annie and Jack are transported to Paris, France for the World's Fair, and they have a search ahead of them. Merlin has given them a task. What do you think they find out about the magicians that are in France? And what valuable information do they gather while on their mission? If you have enjoyed Annie and Jack's previous adventures in the magic tree house or if this is your first adventure with Jack and Annie you are sure to enjoy this delightful tale and want to read the others.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As I read this book I felt as if I was there, in Paris,on the mission, myself. I highly reccommend this book to kids that love adventure books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mary Pope Osborne is a genius at writing books. My favorite is Night of the New Magicians. You can learn about famous inventers, doctors, sculptors, and many more. It's exciting and you learn at the same time. It is very fun. Jack and Anny are in the tree house and they went to Paris. They go on a train and they go in a world encyclopedia. Then they heard of a magician. Then they went to a building but they did not know that it was the doctor. They were looking for the magician but he had left. They went to the Effiel Tower. Then they found them and well read the book to find out. PS: You might cry, laugh, or maybe even get mad, but that's what makes a book so good. By Bria from Clarkdale Elementary
skeeterbo on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I didn't like it because it didn't have that much action. It was a little bit cool because they were so hyped up about their friend that they thought was a bad guy.
alliek710 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
A great chapter book that any school classroom needs.
didaly on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Jack and Annie get to dress the part in Paris during the World's Fair of 1889 and participate in the fates of four great inventors. It is one of the Merlin Missions - the somewhat longer books in this series in which Merlin gives the children directives to follow. This book includes inventions most American children already learn about at school, and children that have already learned a bit about them will appreciate that seeing inventors Edison, Bell, Pasteur, and Eiffel brought to life. However, the choice to squeeze these big-names all into one book and place is a decidedly non-scientific approach that also strips all but Eiffel's invention of its cultural context. Only the culture of Paris and the World's Fair of 1889 is preserved, making this a good book to include in any instruction about that event or about the Eiffel Tower, but not about the telephone, electricity, or pasteurization.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Best book in the world
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I think deeply "What's going to happen next?" While Annie and Jack go to the Paris Worlds' Falr on a mission from Merlin,they need to find four magicions of differant types,and get their secrets before the scourcer gets their secrets.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Neds more pages
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Mary Pope Osborne you are Morgan Le Fay.There is always some kind of magic in your books.NEVER STOP WRITING!
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