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Magic Tree House Collection: Books 9-16: #9: Dolphins at Daybreak; #10: Ghost Town; #11: Lions; #12: Polar Bears Past Bedtime; #13: Volcano; #14: Dragon King; #15: Viking Ships; #16: Olympics (Magic Tree House (R)) (英語) CD – Audiobook, Unabridged
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Books 9–16 of the New York Times bestselling Magic Tree House series!
These eight titles are the perfect gift for a Magic Tree House fan or any child who loves a good adventure. Parents, teachers, and librarians hail the chapter-book series as a tool to promote reading, as even the most reluctant readers want to know where the Magic Tree House will take the brother-and-sister team next.
In books 9–12, Morgan le Fay, the magical librarian of Camelot, challenges Jack and Annie to find the answers to four riddles. To do so, they must travel under the sea and to the Wild West, the African plains, and the frozen Arctic. It’s a difficult and dangerous task, but if Jack and Annie succeed, they will become Master Librarians! In books 13–16, Jack and Annie must save stories that have been lost in history. Morgan, the magical librarian of Camelot, sends them to find the books in the ancient worlds of Roman Pompeii, imperial China, Dark Age Ireland, and classical Greece. Will Jack and Annie be able to save the stories in their darkest hours . . . or will the books be lost forever?
Audiobooks in this set include: Dolphins at Daybreak (#9), Ghost Town at Sundown (#10), Lions at Lunchtime (#11), Polar Bears Past Bedtime (#12), Vacation Under the Volcano (#13), Day of the Dragon King (#14), Viking Ships at Sunrise (#15), and Hour of the Olympics (#16).
"Osborne's narration is low-key and well-paced. A great way to introduce children who are reluctant readers or can't yet read to this highly entertaining book series and to reading in general."--Chicago Parent
“Osborne's soothing, beautifully articulated voice and knack for characterization are reliably pleasing."—AudioFile
Mary Pope Osborne is the award-winning author of over forty books for young people, including American Tall Tales, the Spider Kane mystery books, and One World, Many Religions, an Orbis Pictus honor book. She served two terms as president of the Author's Guild, the leading writers' organization in the United States.
To make matters worse, on this CD set, Random House did not create a separate track for each chapter. Some tracks contain two chapters, others contain one. My poor kids can't find where they left off easily.
I'm fixing the first problem by making copies for my kids, including the tracks for each book on a separate CD, and printing labels using book cover images. For those who aren't technically savvy, this isn't the best solution. Random House, please think about the audience (4-8 year old kids) before skimping like this again.
I can't say enough about the Magic Tree House series. They combine adventure with learning. In each story Jack and Annie take a trip in the magic tree house to different places and even different times. They meet famous historical people or experience historical events. Sometimes they travel to the future or interact with wildlife. Annie's strength is her intuition and courage. Jack's strength is his love of books and research. The two kids' strengths combine to support and guide the team.
My one complaint when we bought the first 8 stories on CD was that the stories overlap the discs which make it difficult for my son to independently select the story he wants. So I often have to navigate and find the beginning of the story then we have to switch to another disc to finish it. This is still a small hassle. However it didn't prevent me from purchasing the next set in the series. I enjoy listening to the stories too. On first listening they are interesting. With additional listening I realized how much information is conveyed.
From the beginning of the MTH stories, four stories are grouped together toward special goals. In this set, episode 8 -12, the kids are earning their Master Librarian cards by completing 4 dangerous adventures. The second four the new librarians are sent back in time to collect 4 lost myths. When they succeed they are rewarded with enlightenment that the stories are about constellations.
The stories are read by the author. She has a voice that is easy to listen to. We have some in book form as well for bed time reading. But the CD's are so perfect for riding in the car. We live in a rural area so he is stuck in his car seat for half hour rides quite often. My son is 5 now but I imagine these stories would interest 4 to 10 year olds.