Civil War on Sunday
Book 21, Magic Tree House
Mary Pope Osborne & Sal Murdocca
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Jack and Annie are ready for their next fantasy adventure in the bestselling middle-grade series—the Magic Tree House!
That's what Jack and Annie hear when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to the time of the American Civil War. There they meet a famous nurse named Clara Barton and do their best to help wounded soldiers. It is their hardest journey in time yet—and the one that will make the most difference to their own lives!
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When Jack and Annie went to the tree house in Frog Creek Woods, they found a special writing on the floor of the tree house. The special writing said, "Camelot is in trouble." It listed four clues. The magic tree house took them to the Civil War. When they got there, they found field hospitals. Annie said, "May we volunteer?" The nurse said, "Are you sure? It's a big job."
I liked the book because it reminded me about my grandpa when he was in the Navy. I learned the Civil War was the bloodiest war in America. I learned that the Union had 24 states and the Confederates had 11 states.
I think my friends would like to read this book because maybe they could learn important things about the Civil War like I did. Both boys and girls would probably like this book. When the book was over, I wanted to read more about the Civil War.
By Eliot age 8
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- Category: Culture, Places & People
- Published: May 23, 2000
- Publisher: Random House Children's Books
- Seller: Penguin Random House LLC
- Print Length: 96 Pages
- Language: English
- Series: Book 21, Magic Tree House