Pirates Past Noon

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Scholastic, 1994 - Children's literature - 67 pages
156 Reviews
Jack and Annie are in deep trouble when the Magic Tree House whisks them backto the days of desert islands, secret maps, hidden goldQand ruthless pirates!

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Easy to read with just enough adventure. - Goodreads
The ending is pretty cool with a mystery solved. - Goodreads
Review: Fast and easy to read. - Goodreads
This book is short and easy to read. - Goodreads
They are also short on plot. - Goodreads
Yesterday she perused ALL the pictures. - Goodreads

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

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

User Review  - KateandMike - Goodreads

Heading to the Carolina beaches with young readers? This is a great summer reading option for them, particularly if you head to the Outer Banks and Hilton Head, NC. Kids love the legends of Blackbeard ... Read full review


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About the author (1994)

Mary Pope Osborne grew up in a military family, and by the time she was 15 she had lived in Oklahoma, Austria, Florida, and four different army posts in Virginia and North Carolina. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she majored in religion. After graduation, she traveled around Europe and Asia. Before becoming an author, she worked as a window dresser, a medical assistant, a Russian travel consultant, a waitress, an acting teacher, a bartender, and an assistant editor for a children's magazine. She is the author of the popular Magic Tree House series. Her husband, actor Will Osborne, helps her write the nonfiction companion series, Magic Tree House Research Guides. Many of her books have been named to best-books lists. In February 1993, she was elected the 27th president of the Author's Guild.

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