Pirates Past Noon

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Random House, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 67 pages
156 Reviews
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?

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Easy to read with just enough adventure. - Goodreads
The ending is pretty cool with a mystery solved. - Goodreads
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This book is short and easy to read. - Goodreads
Finally showing an actual plot. - Goodreads
Yesterday she perused ALL the pictures. - Goodreads
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i think that this book was awsome.i liked it very much. you should read it. actuaaly you should read all of the magic tree house books. they have good mysteries in them.i read them in order. it was very helpful.you would know what would happened. in the end of the book jack and Annie met the "M" person. they found out that morgan le fey was it. she was all of the animals that they had seen. 

Review: Pirates Past Noon (Magic Tree House #4)

User Review  - Miri Mandel - Goodreads

This book can be freaky because Jack and Annie both get caught by a pirate and the pirate can't read (and that's a funny part) so he orders Jack and Annie to read it and he locks them up in the ship ... Read full review

Contents

Too Late
1
The Bright Blue Sea
11
Three Men in a Boat
16
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Mary Pope Osborne grew up in the military, and by the time she was fifteen had lived in Oklahoma, Austria, Florida and four different army posts in Virginia and North Carolina.  After graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the early 1970's, Mary traveled all over Europe, and spent the first six weeks of her trip living in a cave on the island of Crete.  She then joined up with a group of European young people and traveled in rickety vans through sixteen Asian countries, including Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and Nepal.  She was a bartender, an acting teacher, a waitress, a travel agent, a window dresser, and a medical assistant -- all before becoming an author!  Now she is the author of many highly acclaimed picture books, early chapter books, middle-grade biographies, and young adult novels.  In February 1993, Mary was elected the 27th president of the Author's Guild, the oldest, most established organization for writers in the United States.

Mary her husband Will spilt their time between an apartment in Greenwich Village, New York and a cabin in Pennsylvania.  They own a terrier named Bailey, who sleeps on the top of Mary's desk every day while she writes!  

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