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Magic Tree House #36: Blizzard of the Blue Moon [Kindle Edition]

Mary Pope Osborne , Sal Murdocca
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Jack and Annie are off on another Merlin Mission. This time, Merlin has sent them to rescue a beautiful magical creature—the unicorn. But when they land in New York City during the Depression of the 1930s, Jack and Annie are confused. Where will they find a unicorn in a big city?

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Mary Pope Osborne is the author of over forty books for young people, including novels, picture books, biographies, mysteries, and retellings of fairy tales and myths. She was the president of the Author's Guild, the leading organization for professional writers in the US, for two years and has won many awards for her books. She lives in New York City with her husband, Will, and their dog, Bailey, who sleeps on top of Mary's desk every day while she writes.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A cool adventure story 3 April 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Jack and Annie go on another adventure. Merlin sends Jack and Annie on a mission to New York to find a unicorn called Dianthus.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Books 4 Nov. 2013
By akwilk
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My 6 and 8 year old kids love these adventure stories. They really have enjoyed all the books in the series so far. Thank you
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4.0 out of 5 stars Magic Tree House does it again 9 Jan. 2007
By Candace - Published on
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We read these books together and although they are all different there are some repetitions from previous books. We love this series, but the last 12 books have to be read in order because of clues. We suggest reading them in number order from one all the way to the last number.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Book! 1 Oct. 2006
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Blizzard of the Blue Moon is one of the greatest book by Mary Pope Osborne! Jack and Annie to New York City, 1938, during the time of the Great depression.

Their mission is to save the very last unicorn to stop the terrible blizzard. They get to know more about the unicorn as they meet Balor and Grinda,the apparintices of the Dark Wizard.

Jack and Annie sucess on saving the unicorn at the end.

I liked the part they meet Teddy,Kathleen,Morgan,and Merlin and recieve

the Wand of Dianthus for proving to Merlin they can use magic wisely and with thought. I highly recomend this book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Very Exciting Book 20 Oct. 2006
By Cynthia - Published on
This book is excellent. If you love Unicorns, and I very much do then you will love this cute adorable book. Mary Pope Osborne has done it again with this fantastic story! You won't be disappointed. This book takes place in a blizzard and it's a excellent time to read a story like this coming into the season.

Cynthia Marie Rizzo, author of "Julie and the Unicorn" and "Angela and the Princess"
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4.0 out of 5 stars Capturing The Unicorn 12 April 2007
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Blizzard of The Blue Moon by Mary Pope Osborne was a fun, entertaining book that I would recommend to elementary school kids, because it's a lower reading level. It all begins when Jack and Annie go in there tree house that goes to wherever they want. They had to go to New York City to rescue a unicorn. The tree house landed at Central Park, and there was a BIG blizzard. They got on the subway so they could get closer. A lady told them the wrong stop that was really far away from where they needed to go so they took a taxi to try to get closer. The taxi ended up getting snowed in, so they just got out and walked. Jack and Annie had block's and block's to go.

As Jack and Annie are walking there far distance, thinking they needed to go to the zoo, they decided to hit the museum to warm up. This nice museum lady said she was very excited, since she hadn't had any costumers all day. She suggested they stay a while, since there was going to be a huge blizzard. She wanted to inform them on some older facts, that probably nobody knew nothing about. She talked for a long time, about boring things, that practically put them to sleep. Jack finally stooped her with an interruption, and said "we need to get some work done." So she showed them the way to the back of museum, and said "why don't you take a look there, because you'll enjoy it." Jack and Annie had no idea why there were going there, but maybe there could be the unicorn that they need to capture. So they went right along, through a double set of doors, to the outside, and back into a different building. Right when they enter, and to the left there was a HUGE picture of an unicorn that would capture your eyes in a second. From that moment on, they knew that was the right unicorn. Jack got into his backpack a read a poem form the book. All of a sudden, the unicorn came to life. Oh no. Just now two people showed up who were also trying to get the unicorn. Now were going to have to fight for him.

Make sure you read this book and find out what happens. I would recommend it to you any day.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another Wonderful Book 27 May 2007
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I read this wonderful book to myself the day I got it. I was thrileed and couldn't wait for the next book to come out. It takes place in New York City in 1938 during the Great Depression. jack and Annie have to find a unicorn. But how will they find one in a big city? Finally Jack and Annie find the unicorn, whose name is Dianthus. But just then two teenagers named Balor and Grinda burst in and try and take Dianthus. Jack and Annie escape with the unicorn, and stop in Central Park. There, Balor and Grinda show up, and Annie recites her favorite magic rhyme, Turn Into Ducks. Balor and Grinda turn into ducks.

Teddy and Kathleen, Merlin and Morgan, show up and the two other teenagers ride Dianthus home to Camelot. Jack and Annie travel home in the Magic Tree House, and merlin and Morgan take a ride around New York City.

For ANY fans of the magic tree house, MAGIC TREE HOUSE #36: BLIZZARD OF THE BLUE MOON, I reccomend you read this wonderful book. You will be so surprised that you read this book over and over again!
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