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Magic Tree House Boxed Set: Books 1 - 4 (magic Tree House Series) (paperback) (mary Pope Osborne)

Join Jack and Annie on four time traveling adventures in books 1-4 of the #1 bestselling chapter book series! (Source: www.target.com)

Magic Tree House Goes Graphic

Fans of Mary Pope Osborne’s Magic Tree House, as well as newcomers to the series, will have a chance to follow the adventures of its time-traveling protagonists in a new format next May, when Random House Books for Young Readers will publish Magic Tree House: The Graphic Novel: Dinosaurs Before Dark, the debut installment of a new series offering graphic novel adaptations of the original titles. Written by Osborne and adapted by Jenny Laird, the graphic novels will feature full-color illustrations by twin sisters and comic art duo Kelly and Nichole Matthews. (Source: www.publishersweekly.com)

Magic Tree House Read-Alike

All Bucks County Free Library Branches are Open. (Source: buckslib.org)

Magic Tree House Series: an Intro to Chapter Books Through Art

The Queens Museum of Art and Queens Library collaborated to create an art making program to introduce students with autism to chapter books. In my work with children with autism, chapter books can be challenging for new and emerging readers. Students with autism tend to be visual learners and can sometimes become reliant on images for information about literacy content and inferences. When I discovered the Magic Tree House series, the student I was working with enjoyed the adventures and the research. We used the series website and google images to build a greater visual vocabulary around the terms and themes featured in the book. We have enjoyed using these books for programming in our Autism Initiatives. (Source: queensmuseum.org)

 

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