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Pirates Past Noon (Magic Tree House, No. 4) Paperback – March 8, 1994
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Highly acclaimed by parents, teachers, and especially kids, these books have an astonishing track record for inspiring readers. With their strong characters, imaginative plots, and just the right dose of history or science, it's no wonder kids love Magic Tree House books.
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Mary Pope Osborne
Would you ever want to travel to the time of the pirates?
This is a story about two kids Annie and Jack. They have found a magic tree house and travel to the time of the pirates. The pirates show up and capture them. The pirates make them tell were the buried treasure is. They tell them they don't know were it is, but then Jack & Annie find the treasure and tell them were it is. The pirates found it too and leave to get some shovels and in that time something happens to Annie and Jack, but you'll have to read the book to find out what happens to the two of them.
I thought this was a great book think it is for people who like adventure books.
I recommend this book to kids 6-10 years old and I think kids would love it if they like adventure.
The end of Pirates Past Noon holds a delightful surprise and is sure to lead you quickly in search of book #5! This is a great series that my 5 year old daughter and I love. It is perfect for kids who are outgrowing the younger picture books and getting ready for chapter books. These books have a picture every few pages, so that helps in the transition of reading/listening stages, I think. They are also a great way to introduce your child to different regions and to learn a bit about history.
We put on our pirate hats, climbed up into his treehouse and read the book. That made it fun!
While I liked the book, I'm not sure I liked it enough to read more in the series.