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Magic Tree House #6: Afternoon on the Amazon

by Mary Pope Osborne
Jack and Annie travel back in time to a South American rain forest in search of the elusive magician Morgan le Fay. 40 pages, Ages 6-9

Item Number: 762
Category:Shorter Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $7.50
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5Afternoon on the Amazon is an exciting book about Jack and Annie who try to help Morgan le Fay by finding four special things. (Everything they find starts with "M"). While in the tree house, the tree house starts to spin, spin, and spin faster until they appear in a tree in the place they wish to go. In the rain forest, Jack and Annie have trouble with the following animals: a mother cheetah, a crocodile, a monkey, an army of ants, piranhas, and a snake. But in the end, Jack and Annie find out that the animals were just being themselves, with the monkey just trying to be helpful. My favorite part of the book is when Jack is trying to stop their boat, and he accidentally snatched a snake. It really shakes up the story. Jack and Annie try to push the boat fast and duck their heads. They safely escape, scared to death!
2011-08-02

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