Twister on Tuesday

Twister on Tuesday

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Book - 2001
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When Jack and Annie travel back to the Kansas prairie in search of "something to learn, " they gain an understanding of how hard life was for pioneers and they experience the terror of a tornado.
Publisher: New York : Random House, c2001.
ISBN: 9780679990697
0679990690
9780679890690
0679890696
Characteristics: 70 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Additional Contributors: Murdocca, Sal - Illustrator

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Aug 28, 2013

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Jan 29, 2013

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Dec 10, 2017

The world is truly a place of wonder and amazement. I think it takes a certain kind of ability to see beauty, in destruction. Tornadoes are creations of nature that wreck havoc upon those with the misfortune of enduring them. They can cause extreme damage to property, habitats, and bring danger to people. Jack and Annie travel with the Magic Tree House to (unintentionally) learn more about these forces of nature, all the while debating if they can make it out alive. The question is, will they? Ideal for young readers and beginning students to chapter books.
- @Siri of The Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

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calebmatteo
Jan 29, 2013

My 3-yr-old picked this book out, and I read it to him and my 5-yr-old in one sitting. They really enjoyed it. It helped that they had just heard Little House on the Prairie.

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alanguan
Aug 03, 2012

i loved this book!!

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henein
Aug 09, 2011

that was really good book

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henein
Aug 10, 2011

In the third book of the American history cluster, Jack and Annie are whisked to a midwestern prairie in the 1870s. They visit a one-room schoolhouse and learn about the hard life of the pioneers. When they return to the magic tree house, Jack and Annie spot a twister on the horizon. Is there time to warn the teacher and the children back at the schoolhouse? Or should Jack and Annie just save themselves?

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