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Jack and Annie are ready for their next fantasy adventure in the bestselling middle-grade series—the Magic Tree House! It is a dark and snowy nightwhen the Magic Tree House whisks Jack and Annie back to colonial times. General George Washington is about to lead his army in a sneak attack against their enemy. But now a terrible weather is making the great general question his plans. Can Jack and Annie keep history on track? The fate of the country rests in their hands! Visit the Magic Tree House website! MagicTreeHouse.com
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Summary: In this adventure Jack and Annie come face to face with George Washington and the soldiers of the Revolutionary War. Personal Reaction: I read this with my 5th grade class and I loved hat they are learning but at the same time so interested in what they are reading about! Classroom Extention : Compare aspects of war then vs. now Write a letter of encouragement to a soldiermore
A great text to use when teaching the Revolutionary war or events around it. Really got my students interested.more
jack and Annie go back in time when George Washington was in the Revolutionary War. George Washington wants them to stay behind but they don't. But George Washington gives Jack a letter to send to his family if he lost. I recommend this book to all the readers who are frans of Jack and Annie and like American History.more
 Jack and Annie sense a problem so they go to there magic treehouse and go back in time to the revolutionary war!more
I liked it because it was about the army and fighting. George Washington was the first President.more
Jack and Annie go back in time to help out with Washington's crossing of the Deleware. I liked the analysis of the "Washington Crossing the Delaware" painting in the front, but that's about it. It annoys the heck out of me when Jack and Annie are all, "We helped Washington win the war because we convinced him to fight in this battle!" No changing history! How many times do I have to say it! That's the number one rule of time travel: Washington won with or without your help, you can't save the kids on the Titanic, and I only let you get away with the saving the tiger because it's happening now, not in the past. Anyway they get a letter, which is their second item of four and head on their way after Washington kicks them out.more
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Summary: In this adventure Jack and Annie come face to face with George Washington and the soldiers of the Revolutionary War. Personal Reaction: I read this with my 5th grade class and I loved hat they are learning but at the same time so interested in what they are reading about! Classroom Extention : Compare aspects of war then vs. now Write a letter of encouragement to a soldiermore
A great text to use when teaching the Revolutionary war or events around it. Really got my students interested.more
jack and Annie go back in time when George Washington was in the Revolutionary War. George Washington wants them to stay behind but they don't. But George Washington gives Jack a letter to send to his family if he lost. I recommend this book to all the readers who are frans of Jack and Annie and like American History.more
 Jack and Annie sense a problem so they go to there magic treehouse and go back in time to the revolutionary war!more
I liked it because it was about the army and fighting. George Washington was the first President.more
Jack and Annie go back in time to help out with Washington's crossing of the Deleware. I liked the analysis of the "Washington Crossing the Delaware" painting in the front, but that's about it. It annoys the heck out of me when Jack and Annie are all, "We helped Washington win the war because we convinced him to fight in this battle!" No changing history! How many times do I have to say it! That's the number one rule of time travel: Washington won with or without your help, you can't save the kids on the Titanic, and I only let you get away with the saving the tiger because it's happening now, not in the past. Anyway they get a letter, which is their second item of four and head on their way after Washington kicks them out.more
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