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Paperback Magic Tree House, No. 28: High Tide in Hawaii Book

ISBN: 0439540143

ISBN13: 9780439540148

Magic Tree House, No. 28: High Tide in Hawaii

(Book #1 in the Beverly Gray Series)

When the Magic Tree House whisks Jack and Annie off to Hawaii it's for more than a vacation-they're in search of a fourth kind of magic for Morgan! On the way they help an island community survive a... This description may be from another edition of this product.


Format: Paperback

Condition: Like New


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Customer Reviews

4 ratings

Read in an Hour

My 7-year-old read this in a matter of a couple hours. He loved it. He loved all the Magic Treehouse books. He even read a few of them two or three times. Excellent book. Wish they were a little longer so he couldn't zip through them so fast. :D


My 1st grader hates to put it down, he would rather read Magic Tree House books, than play video games. He even reads them to his class and explains the story for show and tell. In his kindergarten class the teacher would also let him read the Magic Tree House books out loud, not to give her a break, but to promote reading out loud. Great books!

The Wonderful Adventures of Jack and Annie

This book would be a good choice for people like my friend Lily, who are interested in magic and exploring different times. The Magic Tree House books can go back to times when the dinosaurs ran around and I think there was one when slavery was going on in America. In this book, the characters went to Hawaii and Jack and Annie learned about the huge waves there. In my favorite part, they were at the beach surfing and Jack was reading a little bit about where they were. He felt a movement and searched up what that was in the book. The wave got bigger and bigger until it was huge, and they had to run away from it. They ran to the top of a giant hill to be safe.These books are great for 3rd graders reading independently.

High Tide in Hawaii is Great!

Would you ever want to have a magic tree house? In High Tide Hawaii, author Mary Pope Osborne tells us that one summer day two kids named Jack and Annie travel in their Magic Tree House. It can take them anywhere. It took them to an Hawaiin Island of long ago. A tidal wave causes strange things to happen. They go to a luau and eat strange native food. This is a good book! You should read it because it is in Hawaii and I think it's cool.
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