Magic Tree House: Books 29-32: #29 Christmas in Camelot; #30 Haunted Castle on Hallow's Eve; #31 Summer of the Sea Serpent; #32 Winter of the Ice Wizard
Christmas in Camelot It begins with a simple invitation to spend Christmas Eve in Camelot, a magical place that exists only in myth and fantasy. What Jack and Annie don’t know is that the invitation will send them on a quest to save Camelot itself — not from destruction, but from being forgotten forever.
Haunted Castle on Hallow’s Eve The castle looms dark against the light of the moon. Giant ravens circle in the sky. Merlin the magician needs someone to find out what has happened. But who is brave enough to brush the cobwebs aside and go through the heavy doors? Merlin thinks he knows the answer to these questions–Jack and Annie. Summer of the Sea Serpent Jack and Annie are off on another mythical mission at the request of Merlin the magician. Luckily, they have a young sorcerer, Teddy, to help them. From underwater caves to a Spider Queen, from mystical selkies to a magical sword, this is a Magic Tree House adventure kids won’t want to miss! Winter of the Ice Wizard Jack and Annie, joined by Teddy and Kathleen travel in the Magic Tree House to a land of snow where the Ice Wizard has captured Morgan and Merlin. The four friends must find the Ice Wizard’s missing eye . . . or is it really his heart that is missing?
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By C. Velehradsky - January 1, 2008
My granddaughter and grandson both enjoy these books. Sometimes it is hard to find the exact book they want. Thank goodness they are numbered in the series so we can keep track of them. They devour them so fast.
A CD for each story!
By HappyMom - December 6, 2010
My daughter loves these stories and enjoys listening to the CDs at night as she's going to sleep. We have a small collection she received in a fast food kid's meal, so we thought she might like one of these sets. In previous reviews, people seemed displeased that each story did not have its own CD. To my surprise, when I opened our's each story DOES have it's own CD. This makes it pretty kid friendly since none of the stories are chopped up on different discs. This must be a relatively new change, so if the only thing holding you back from buying these audio sets is that the stories are split between 3 discs, you should try it anyway. We received 4 discs, each w/ it's own book. Great stories and fun to listen to!
By R. Day - March 2, 2010
Magic Tree House: Books 29-32: #29 Christmas in Camelot; #30 Haunted Castle on Hallow's Eve; #31 Summer of the Sea Serpent; #32 Winter of the Ice Wizard My 5 year old boy and I love listening to the first 28 stories. I wondered why this set cost the same for only 4 stories. Well they are longer and more complex and involved stories. Here you enter a magical world. ON first listening I thought they really weren't as educational. Jack doesn't have any reference books to help them learn. But on second listening I realized these are lessons of a different type. In Christmas in Camelot when Jack and Annie go to the "other world" they are enticed to join a circle of beautiful dancers. Annie notices that the lost knights are in the circle too and she quickly figures out that they can't stop dancing. Jack is caught up in the dancing so Annie has to convince him that even tho the dancers are beautiful and the dancing... read more