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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's a treasure trove of trouble! Jack and Annie are in for a high-seas adventure when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to the days of deserted islands, secret maps—and ruthless pirates! Will they discover a buried treasure? Or will they be forced to w Jack and Annie are ready for their next fantasy adventure in the bestselling middle-grade series—the Magic Tree House! It's a treasure trove of trouble! Jack and Annie are in for a high-seas adventure when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to the days of deserted islands, secret maps—and ruthless pirates! Will they discover a buried treasure? Or will they be forced to walk the plank? Visit the Magic Tree House website! MagicTreeHouse.com


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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's a treasure trove of trouble! Jack and Annie are in for a high-seas adventure when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to the days of deserted islands, secret maps—and ruthless pirates! Will they discover a buried treasure? Or will they be forced to w Jack and Annie are ready for their next fantasy adventure in the bestselling middle-grade series—the Magic Tree House! It's a treasure trove of trouble! Jack and Annie are in for a high-seas adventure when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to the days of deserted islands, secret maps—and ruthless pirates! Will they discover a buried treasure? Or will they be forced to walk the plank? Visit the Magic Tree House website! MagicTreeHouse.com

30 review for Pirates Past Noon

  1. 4 out of 5

    Daddy's Place for the thoughts of his Princess, Gabriella of the School and House and Friends

    This is a book about a pirate who want’s treasure. In the book the pirate looked into Jack’s book bag to look for gold and there was nothing in it. So the pirate took Jack and Annie because he thought they were hiding gold from him. What I liked about this book is when the two kids, Annie and Jack, try to escape from the bad guy’s ship. They saved themselves instead of being rescued. I thought the librarian at the end of the book was cool and looked very pretty, like princess. She has a special This is a book about a pirate who want’s treasure. In the book the pirate looked into Jack’s book bag to look for gold and there was nothing in it. So the pirate took Jack and Annie because he thought they were hiding gold from him. What I liked about this book is when the two kids, Annie and Jack, try to escape from the bad guy’s ship. They saved themselves instead of being rescued. I thought the librarian at the end of the book was cool and looked very pretty, like princess. She has a special crown on top of her head that takes her to her magical library and she wears a long pretty dress. In the end the pirate opened the treasure box right away and he was surprised and got mad. Then Annie and Jack took him to the wrong treasure chest, by accident. The only thing in the treasure chest was plain old dust. (She gave it 5 stars because she remembered so much about it.)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Pallavi

    ***3.0*** Even though I am okish with this series, my Kid is immensely enjoying. So I guess I will go ahead with the series till he is bored. Jack and Annie are on to another adventure with Pirates, Sea and Buried Treasure. Also this will reveal the Mysterious M. Liked the plot as always, not too complex and interesting. Happy Reading!!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rick Silva

    All of a sudden it's all Magic Treehouse all the time in our household. The Kiddo came home with two more Magic Treehouse books from his school library. This series has definitely caught his attention, which is great. Kiddo is six, and in first grade. I've been reading these books out loud to him. He borrows the ones that interest him from the library, so we have not been reading the series in order. This book is the fourth in the series, and it represents an ending point for the initial ongoing All of a sudden it's all Magic Treehouse all the time in our household. The Kiddo came home with two more Magic Treehouse books from his school library. This series has definitely caught his attention, which is great. Kiddo is six, and in first grade. I've been reading these books out loud to him. He borrows the ones that interest him from the library, so we have not been reading the series in order. This book is the fourth in the series, and it represents an ending point for the initial ongoing plot. In this story, the main characters Jack and Annie meet the owner of the mysterious Magic Treehouse and learn some of its secrets. And there are also pirates. Including a real villain. Other books we've read in the series so far either had no clear-cut villain, or the villains were nameless menaces. This book features Cap'n Bones, a pirate eager for gold, and in need of the kids' help because he can't read the treasure map he acquired. This book features a lot of action, and some very real peril for the kids. It's exciting and fast-paced, but I felt like Cap'n Bones could have been fleshed out a bit more as a character. (fleshed! bones! Okay, sorry. I'll stop now.) The pirate adventure also gets cut short a bit due to the need to develop the ongoing meta-plot in the final chapters. The story ends on something of an infodump, which, as fun and creative as it is (and it is both of those things) is still a big chunk of explanation rather than, well, swashbuckling adventure. I am glad that the series got to continue from here, and the Kiddo is definitely looking forward to more. I believe we're scheduled to visit the Amazon jungle in the next book (in our order, anyway).

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Sammis

    During the ROOB competition I read through a bunch of the earliest Magic Tree House books. In Pirates Past Noon Jack and Annie go back in time to learn how to be pirates and to discover the identity of the mysterious M. The earliest books are very short compared the newest ones. They are also short on plot. The gist here is that the siblings are still trying to learn who owns the tree house and how it works the way it does. In the middle of all of this are pirates who are out to get treasure. If t During the ROOB competition I read through a bunch of the earliest Magic Tree House books. In Pirates Past Noon Jack and Annie go back in time to learn how to be pirates and to discover the identity of the mysterious M. The earliest books are very short compared the newest ones. They are also short on plot. The gist here is that the siblings are still trying to learn who owns the tree house and how it works the way it does. In the middle of all of this are pirates who are out to get treasure. If this were a later book there would be more information about piracy, letters of mark, the different nations involved in the Caribbean and so forth. As it stands, the pirates are merely caricatures and a means of putting the children in danger to move the plot.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jenn

    When attempting to try to stop reading for the night Jack said, "If you stop here, I'm going to have a problem!" So, I guess this deserves four stars:) When attempting to try to stop reading for the night Jack said, "If you stop here, I'm going to have a problem!" So, I guess this deserves four stars:)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Blake

    “Pirates Past Noon,” was the fourth book in the Magic Treehouse series. It was a chapter book written by Mary Pope Osborne. It starts off like all of the other books when Jack and Annie went out to the Frog Creek woods and got into the treehouse. Since it was raining out, Annie grabbed the book with the beach and wished they could go there. When they got there, they are captured by pirates and held hostage until they showed the pirates where the treasure was. The pirates thought Jack knew where “Pirates Past Noon,” was the fourth book in the Magic Treehouse series. It was a chapter book written by Mary Pope Osborne. It starts off like all of the other books when Jack and Annie went out to the Frog Creek woods and got into the treehouse. Since it was raining out, Annie grabbed the book with the beach and wished they could go there. When they got there, they are captured by pirates and held hostage until they showed the pirates where the treasure was. The pirates thought Jack knew where it was because of the gold medallion around his neck. They believed it came from Cap’n Kidd’s treasure. On the way to find the treasure, Jack and Annie escaped back to the treehouse to go home. As they got to the treehouse Jack realized that he forgot the book onshore and the pirates were catching up to them. Jack hurried back to grab the book and they arrived home safely. The two main characters in the book are Jack and Annie. Jack is more intelligent of the two and is always looking out for his little sister, Annie. Annie is more adventurous and is always getting into trouble and/or chasing things. The two always solve the problems they need to together with great teamwork. The book begins in Jack and Annie’s house in Frog Creek, Pennsylvania. Then, goes off to the treehouse and eventually to the beach. The time period takes place in present time, but they go back in time when Annie wishes to go to the beach. This happened to be when pirates were around. They are on a boat at sea for most of the time and at the end they are back on the beach where the treehouse and treasure are. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a book about the history of pirates and treasure. I would also recommend this book to elementary school kids who like this series. This book is short and easy to read. I rate this a four out of five, because it is more interesting than the other Magic Treehouse books.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Colby Prince

    My favorite character was Morgan le fay because she had powers to make the tree house magic. I only gave it four stars because I think it's too long. My favorite part was when Jack and Annie found the treasure chest. My favorite character was Morgan le fay because she had powers to make the tree house magic. I only gave it four stars because I think it's too long. My favorite part was when Jack and Annie found the treasure chest.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Musa Aamir

    This book was when we found out who M was, so it was very exciting.

  9. 4 out of 5

    DivaDiane

    Re-read as German audio play. We are still enjoying these stories. There is just enough intrigue to keep things interesting, but it's not too complicated, so it's perfect for my 5 year old. You also find out who the "mysterious M person" is in this book! I like that the author doesn't shy away from using more complicated/advanced vocabulary. Occasionally, I'll ask my son if he knows what such-and-such means. If he says no, I'll tell him. Most of the vocabulary you can figure out through the cont Re-read as German audio play. We are still enjoying these stories. There is just enough intrigue to keep things interesting, but it's not too complicated, so it's perfect for my 5 year old. You also find out who the "mysterious M person" is in this book! I like that the author doesn't shy away from using more complicated/advanced vocabulary. Occasionally, I'll ask my son if he knows what such-and-such means. If he says no, I'll tell him. Most of the vocabulary you can figure out through the context, though. First read April 2015

  10. 5 out of 5

    Alxandra

    This is another book that I read to learn Spanish as an adult. This book is at my comprehensible reading level which made it an absolute delight. I was able to learn several new words through context as there is ample repetition. The plot was simple with a couple of twist and turns which kept it from being boring, but I doubt that I would enjoy this book much if it was much below my comprehensible reading level. I may read a few more of this series, but the plot simplicity makes me hesitant.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Emily Reed

    ☆4.75/5☆ this might be my favorite one!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Erica Clou

    The true story of the Magic Tree House is revealed in this one. I think I'm good to go with the series now. I won't be reading or buying any more unless my daughter falls in love with the first 4 and demands them or something. My son isn't impressed either but he's already 8 and he's a pretty strong reader. The true story of the Magic Tree House is revealed in this one. I think I'm good to go with the series now. I won't be reading or buying any more unless my daughter falls in love with the first 4 and demands them or something. My son isn't impressed either but he's already 8 and he's a pretty strong reader.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mari Johnston

    I love reading these to Elliott!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Treena

    Each time we finish a book in this series (we’ve been reading them in order), I ask my son to rate the story. Out of the four we’ve read so far, this is the one he likes the most.

  15. 4 out of 5

    allison

    okay this feels a little like cheating to add it to my yearly reading count but i did read it all (aloud!) to a student and it's 80+ pages so it might as well count. it had a good overall arc (who is this mysterious m person who keeps leaving books in the magic tree house?) and a fun pirate adventure with some genuinely funny lines. okay this feels a little like cheating to add it to my yearly reading count but i did read it all (aloud!) to a student and it's 80+ pages so it might as well count. it had a good overall arc (who is this mysterious m person who keeps leaving books in the magic tree house?) and a fun pirate adventure with some genuinely funny lines.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Norberto Leyva

    “Magic Tree House Pirates Past Noon” Jack and Annie go back in time to the time when pirates were abundant. A parrot was above the tree house watching them. When Jack and Annie leave the tree house, Jack forgets his backpack and has to return for it. When he runs back for it, he is captured by three pirates; the captain and two mates. Annie tries to help, but ends up getting captured. They accused Jack and Annie of stealing their treasure. The mates go to the tree house to investigate and only se “Magic Tree House Pirates Past Noon” Jack and Annie go back in time to the time when pirates were abundant. A parrot was above the tree house watching them. When Jack and Annie leave the tree house, Jack forgets his backpack and has to return for it. When he runs back for it, he is captured by three pirates; the captain and two mates. Annie tries to help, but ends up getting captured. They accused Jack and Annie of stealing their treasure. The mates go to the tree house to investigate and only see a medallion. The captain sees it and accuses Jack and Annie of stealing their treasure. He has a map that none of them can read. Jack fortunately is able to read and says,” if you let me go, I will help you.” The captain agrees to let Jack go, but only until he has the treasure in his hands will he fully be free. They go to another island and there is a threat of a bad storm. When they get to the island, they all look for the treasure and start digging. It starts raining and the two mates left the captain, because the storm was so bad. The captain threw the medallion in the hole and Jack went after it. The parrot comes back and Jack and Annie chase the parrot to the tree house and return back to Pennsylvania. The parrot transforms into a person, Morgan LaFay. She tells them that because Annie believes in magic and Jack likes reading they were able to discover the tree house, because no one else could see it. They give Morgan the bookmark (the one they found in the knight’s castle) and the medallion. Morgan disappears and Jack reaches into his pocket and discovers he has the medallion. Annie says Morgan will be back. The main characters are Jack and Annie. Jack loves to read and Annie has a good imagination and also believes in magic. Annie is outgoing, and Jack is reserved and quiet. Jack and Annie care about other people, because they remind the captain to be nicer to his mates. The story takes place when pirates were popular. The main location is a sea. The story also takes place on a tropical island. The primary theme for the reader to take away from this story is to be nice to people even if they might be mean to you, because they might learn a lesson about how they treat others. For instance, the captain was mean to his mates and when they left he realized he was too hard on them. I would recommend this book to boys and girls who like adventure, history, problem-solving, and stories with a lesson because all of these books have these elements in them.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Leigha

    Child/teen me: 4 Adult me: 3 *For the first book in a "child/teen/middlegrade/nostalgic" book, I am going with the rating younger me would have gone with, then if I read on in the series, I will rate the books what adult me believes it should be rated. If the book is a stand alone, I will go with whatever rating I feel most comfortable giving the book. Please note, I do not really think books should have an age limit. People should read what they want to regardless of the intended age group, exce Child/teen me: 4 Adult me: 3 *For the first book in a "child/teen/middlegrade/nostalgic" book, I am going with the rating younger me would have gone with, then if I read on in the series, I will rate the books what adult me believes it should be rated. If the book is a stand alone, I will go with whatever rating I feel most comfortable giving the book. Please note, I do not really think books should have an age limit. People should read what they want to regardless of the intended age group, except for kids reading erotica or something, of course.* -- The only reason I give the volumes after #1 a 3 star instead of a 4 star is because of the repetitiveness. The summery of past books within the new story would be really helpful for a person who hasn't read the series in a long time. I will give this series that! So I understand why it happens, but it takes something from me as an adult reader. However the books are cute and fun. I can relate to them, even as an adult, because I love books and would love to be in their shoes, to see all the worlds in the books, and who wouldn't want a magic tree house? So now we know who "M" is. I still wonder if the children are making up everything in their minds. Imagination is a powerful thing! Either way, this series is really fun. Sure, it's simple and short for adult readers, but that is completely fine by me! It is nice to sit down with some books without all the young adult drama. Also, I feel like these "children" books and other nostalgia type books are really good when you are in a reading slump.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Simon

    I loved Pirates! I had my own pirate ship and castle toys and the soldiers of the castle fought the pirates and some of them always ended up in the dudgeon. This book was the first one where I was actually aware of a real bad guy in the books. There is a riddle in this story and I was so happy when I figured it out. And since this was a book with the topic of Pirates, there was of course buried treasure, and of course it was found, but before our heroes could open the book, they had to escape a I loved Pirates! I had my own pirate ship and castle toys and the soldiers of the castle fought the pirates and some of them always ended up in the dudgeon. This book was the first one where I was actually aware of a real bad guy in the books. There is a riddle in this story and I was so happy when I figured it out. And since this was a book with the topic of Pirates, there was of course buried treasure, and of course it was found, but before our heroes could open the book, they had to escape a wild storm and the treasure is presumed lost. The way this series worked was that the magic tree house was filled with books. Once a cover of a book was pointed at and someone wished to go there, the tree house would whisk whoever was in the tree house away to that place in the book. It is basically travelling into the book itself. The book that was used to travel on this magical adventure was called "Pirates of the Caribbean", I guess that is where Disney got their idea from, The Magic Tree House. This was the last book that was read to my class over the course of four weeks, after that we were told we could buy a book from the class book rack. I wanted to get number #5, but it had been taken. I was upset about it, but I still got a magic tree house book, #15 "Viking Ships at Sunrise", it was the first magic tree house book I owned for my very self.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brandon Loehrke

    "Pirates Past Noon" starts off like all of the other books do. Jack and Annie go to the magic treehouse to start a new adventure. Annie chose a pirate book because she saw a beach and wanted to go there. Right away when they get to the beach they get taken by pirates. The only way for the pirates to let Jack and Annie go is if they help them find Captain Kidd's buried treasure. The children learn from reading the treasure map that the treasure is buried under a rock. Polly, the parrot, helps Jac "Pirates Past Noon" starts off like all of the other books do. Jack and Annie go to the magic treehouse to start a new adventure. Annie chose a pirate book because she saw a beach and wanted to go there. Right away when they get to the beach they get taken by pirates. The only way for the pirates to let Jack and Annie go is if they help them find Captain Kidd's buried treasure. The children learn from reading the treasure map that the treasure is buried under a rock. Polly, the parrot, helps Jack and Annie return to the treehouse safely. The main characters in this book are Jack and Annie, and Captian Bones. Captain Bones is the leader of all the pirated on the ship. He is the one looking for Captain Kidd's buried treasure. Jack loves to read books and Annie is very outgoing. The setting of this story starts off in the treehouse and then moves to a beach along the sea. The time period of this book takes place in the past when pirates were around. The theme of this book is respecting and being nice to others. Even though Captain Bones is mean to Jack and Annie they still decide to help him find the treasure. I would recommend this book to children who read chapter books. This book was fun to read and had action in it. This book is also an easy read and like the other books it teaches a life lesson.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Adam Krause

    “Pirates Past Noon” was a fun book. Jack and Annie are on another magical adventure. They venture into the past and become pirates, only the crew isn’t too fond of them. The two have to find the identity of the mysterious M to ensure their safety. The crew is growing restless and is urging to make the two walk the plank. Will they find the mysterious M? Jack and Annie are the main characters on the journey. This trip is a big mystery to find the identity of the mysterious M. Jack shows good leade “Pirates Past Noon” was a fun book. Jack and Annie are on another magical adventure. They venture into the past and become pirates, only the crew isn’t too fond of them. The two have to find the identity of the mysterious M to ensure their safety. The crew is growing restless and is urging to make the two walk the plank. Will they find the mysterious M? Jack and Annie are the main characters on the journey. This trip is a big mystery to find the identity of the mysterious M. Jack shows good leadership in trying to find who M is. Annie has a keen eye in seeing clues. The story takes place back in time on a pirate ship. Jack and Annie take their Magical Treehouse for a spin and go back in time. The thematic connection in this book is to not worry when you are pressured. Keep your eyes open and look for ways to make the best of the bad situations. I recommend this book to Middle School students. It is a small story and an easy read. The pirates make it fun and the book forces your imagination to go to work.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    10/14/09 Read today with Annabelle. Yesterday she perused ALL the pictures. She was really excited about it. At one point I asked her what she thought would happen next and she said, "Mom, I already know! JUST KEEP READING!" Maybe she knew because she'd seen the pictures. Maybe she didn't know! But she enjoyed this book as well. When I explained to her that the black flag with skull and cross bones represented a pirate ship, she already knew that! (Where does she learn these things I wonder?!!) 10/14/09 Read today with Annabelle. Yesterday she perused ALL the pictures. She was really excited about it. At one point I asked her what she thought would happen next and she said, "Mom, I already know! JUST KEEP READING!" Maybe she knew because she'd seen the pictures. Maybe she didn't know! But she enjoyed this book as well. When I explained to her that the black flag with skull and cross bones represented a pirate ship, she already knew that! (Where does she learn these things I wonder?!!) Ah! PETER PAN! She said. Oh. :) Smarty Pants! We also had a "is it real" discussion today. Annabelle thinks pirates are NOT real. (She also originally thought Mummies were not real. See book #3). I verbally set her straight on these two accounts. Now I need to show her some proof. (A little internet time ought ta do that!) I want to show her pyramids in Egypt on Google Earth, and search Mummy and Pirate exhibitions online with her. FUN FUN!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Muse

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is an adult review of a kiddy book, so sorry if I offend. The first part was fun, as always. The pirates had a fun twist with the strange friend/animal helping them out. Not all answers are answered at the end of this story. That mysterious chest is left behind, unopened, what's that all about? Will future books return to books already visited? Interesting story line. NOW HERE'S THE HUGE SPOILER, SO DON'T READ ON IF YOU WANT TO BE...SURPRISED So the kids return as they always do, but the parr This is an adult review of a kiddy book, so sorry if I offend. The first part was fun, as always. The pirates had a fun twist with the strange friend/animal helping them out. Not all answers are answered at the end of this story. That mysterious chest is left behind, unopened, what's that all about? Will future books return to books already visited? Interesting story line. NOW HERE'S THE HUGE SPOILER, SO DON'T READ ON IF YOU WANT TO BE...SURPRISED So the kids return as they always do, but the parrot returns with them. Only this time the parrot transforms into a woman. Who says her name is Morgan. Now the books says she is the sister of Kinger Arthur. But anybody that watched Camelot on Starz (I think) knows that Morgan was the half sister, smoking hot, and liked to run around naked (I kind of enjoyed that part, wink wink). So now I'm reading a kid book, with an innocent Morgan floating around, and my mind is totally SCREWED UP!!

  23. 5 out of 5

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    ★★★★★Pirates Past Noon by Mary Pope Osborne We love the Magic Tree House Series. They are easy, read chapter books. My daughter really likes when I read these to her, because I put so much enthusiasm in them. (view spoiler)[This is book 4 in the series. It starts on as any rainy day, until Jack and Annie, get to the tree house. They look through the books and see one with a beautiful ocean, and are magically transported there. As the go down to the beach, they see a ship with a pirate flag, and re ★★★★★Pirates Past Noon by Mary Pope Osborne We love the Magic Tree House Series. They are easy, read chapter books. My daughter really likes when I read these to her, because I put so much enthusiasm in them. (view spoiler)[This is book 4 in the series. It starts on as any rainy day, until Jack and Annie, get to the tree house. They look through the books and see one with a beautiful ocean, and are magically transported there. As the go down to the beach, they see a ship with a pirate flag, and realize they are in trouble. Before they can escape, they are captured by Cap'n Bones, who is mean, and calls them lubbers. He wants the Kidd's gold and will stop at nothing, but will he ever get it... (hide spoiler)]

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    This book was a very quick read. This was not my favourite book from the series so far, but it was very interesting. I had no interest about the pirates at all. Capn' Bones was a very arrogant character towards Jack, Annie and his other pirate mates. The part where Jack and Annie were trying to escaped the bady guys ship made me so intrigued with the story. They showed how courageous and sneaky they can be in escaping a situation that can potentially prolong for a long time. I am glad that they w This book was a very quick read. This was not my favourite book from the series so far, but it was very interesting. I had no interest about the pirates at all. Capn' Bones was a very arrogant character towards Jack, Annie and his other pirate mates. The part where Jack and Annie were trying to escaped the bady guys ship made me so intrigued with the story. They showed how courageous and sneaky they can be in escaping a situation that can potentially prolong for a long time. I am glad that they were able to figure out who M was and when M was talking about how the siblings brought the treehouse to life. All of the clues in the previous books make sense right now. Overall, it was an okay read, not the best book in the series.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    Ok. So I totally have this thing for pirates, where I just will read pretty much anything pirate related. Pirates are cool and when you toss Magic Tree House into the mix, you just get lots and lots of fun and adventure. Not to mention new friends and experiences! The Magic Tree House Series is so wonderful that I'm slightly upset I started it so late. I'm only on book 4, but I'm super excited to read book 5 and I already love the series. Each book is a delicious morsel that allows young ones to Ok. So I totally have this thing for pirates, where I just will read pretty much anything pirate related. Pirates are cool and when you toss Magic Tree House into the mix, you just get lots and lots of fun and adventure. Not to mention new friends and experiences! The Magic Tree House Series is so wonderful that I'm slightly upset I started it so late. I'm only on book 4, but I'm super excited to read book 5 and I already love the series. Each book is a delicious morsel that allows young ones to learn and older ones to relax and explore the crevices in the back of our minds that have gathered cobwebs. Until the arrival of ninjas, Samantha out!! =)

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sydney

    For the first time ever Alex made a request for a specific kind of book when we went to the library. His kindergarten teacher read them a Magic Treehouse book, and he wanted to get one for us to read at home. Couldn't exactly deny a request like that! This was a cute story... I loved the relationship between Annie and Jack as brother and sister. It's easy enough that before long my 5 year old will be able to read this on his own without much help. We look forward to reading others in this series For the first time ever Alex made a request for a specific kind of book when we went to the library. His kindergarten teacher read them a Magic Treehouse book, and he wanted to get one for us to read at home. Couldn't exactly deny a request like that! This was a cute story... I loved the relationship between Annie and Jack as brother and sister. It's easy enough that before long my 5 year old will be able to read this on his own without much help. We look forward to reading others in this series.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kiefer Hwasta

    Another Magic Tree house series book. Jack and Annie find an open book in the treehouse and Annie wishes to go there without looking at the cover to find out what the book is about. They don't find out the book is about pirates until it is too late. I learned about how pirates act, where pirates are, and how much prates want gold. I like how Jack and Annie eventually escape from the pirates, by outsmarting them. I also liked how they stumbled across a pirates treasure. Jack and Annie also meet t Another Magic Tree house series book. Jack and Annie find an open book in the treehouse and Annie wishes to go there without looking at the cover to find out what the book is about. They don't find out the book is about pirates until it is too late. I learned about how pirates act, where pirates are, and how much prates want gold. I like how Jack and Annie eventually escape from the pirates, by outsmarting them. I also liked how they stumbled across a pirates treasure. Jack and Annie also meet the owner of the tree house, a woman named Morgan le Fay.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Angieleigh

    I'm not a huge fan of pirates, so I didn't really care for this one, but my nephew giggled his way through it. In fact, we usually just read a few chapters a night, but he demanded that I read this one all the way through in one sitting! The pirate captain was a mean, gross, and just someone that you wanted to dump in the ocean. The two crewmen mentioned were named Stinky and Pinky and were dumb as rocks. I really wish that Jack had been able to find out what was actually in Kidd's treasure ches I'm not a huge fan of pirates, so I didn't really care for this one, but my nephew giggled his way through it. In fact, we usually just read a few chapters a night, but he demanded that I read this one all the way through in one sitting! The pirate captain was a mean, gross, and just someone that you wanted to dump in the ocean. The two crewmen mentioned were named Stinky and Pinky and were dumb as rocks. I really wish that Jack had been able to find out what was actually in Kidd's treasure chest, but I was so excited when they finally revealed who the mysterious "M" was!

  29. 4 out of 5

    C1

    This book is good. The part where the pirate was not nice was not good. Pirates are not nice, but I can fight him & get his sword away from him If I fought a pirate, I would pretend I was dead and they would go away & I would sneak up on him and steal his hook. I would.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Glen

    A sort of sci fi book about children who find a magical treehouse that takes them to different eras, each described in a book. This adventure takes them to the pirate era. The adventure itself wasn't bad, but I have problems with the ending. A sort of sci fi book about children who find a magical treehouse that takes them to different eras, each described in a book. This adventure takes them to the pirate era. The adventure itself wasn't bad, but I have problems with the ending.

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