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Magic Tree House #12: Polar Bears Past Bedtime

by Mary Pope Osborne
When Jack and Annie are whisked to the frozen Arctic, they get stuck on cracking ice. Will the giant polar bear save them? 43 pages, Ages 6-9

Item Number: 1015
Category:Contracted Braille in UEB

Price: $8.00
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5Morgan, the librarian gave Jack and Annie a fourth scroll and a book to start an adventure. Three other adventures were already done. The fourth scroll and book were about adventures in the Arctic. The Arctic was very cold, windy, and snowy. They opened the scroll which had a clue that they needed to solve. The story is about solving the clue.
While they were the reading the book, they heard wolves by the tree house. The wolves, actually huskies, were pulling the sled with a seal hunter. The seal hunter gave them warm clothes made from seal skin. The seal hunter then invited them to his house which was an igloo. Jack and Annie ate seal meat. The seal hunter showed Jack and Annie the mask that looked like polar bears.

Jack and Annie took the mask outside to see what the dogs were barking at and found baby polar bears. They followed the baby polar bears to the frozen sea. Jack and Annie were on the ice and it began to crack. The mother polar bear got her babies off of the cracking ice by sliding on her belly. Jack and Annie followed her off of the ice on their bellies. When they were on the shore they saw the Northern Lights.

Jack and Annie solved the riddle and went back to the tree house. They could not go back right away, because there was another riddle to solve. They used the other scrolls to solve the fifth riddle, which took them to their favorite place - home.

The problem of the story was about solving the riddles to get them home. They got home by going on a adventure to find clues.

2011-08-01

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