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Dinosaurs before dark

by Osborne, Mary Pope.

Format: Print Book 1992
Availability: Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 5 copies
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Summary
Eight-year-old Jack and his younger sister Annie find a magic treehouse, which whisks them back to an ancient time zone where they see live dinosaurs.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Gr. 1-2. With an entertaining blend of fact, farce, and fantasy, Osborne tells the story of Jack and his sister, Annie, who take a trip in a magic tree house and land in a time 65 million years ago. They find dinosaurs and volcanoes and adventure. She leads most of the time; he worries a lot and takes notes, but he saves her when she's chased by a duckbilled anatosaurus. Later, Annie saves Jack with the help of a flying pteranodon. And they get home before dark. This First Stepping Stone Book is the first in a projected Magic Tree House series about time travel. Shared imaginative play is a great way to lure new readers to the pleasure of books. In fact, veteran storyteller Osborne builds the power of reading into the story: it's the books in the tree house that give the kids the magic to travel and see far, far away. (Reviewed Oct. 1, 1992)0679824111Hazel Rochman"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Series Osborne, Mary Pope. Magic tree house series ; #1.
Features Jack and Annie who travel through time in a magic tree house
#1 - Dinosaurs before dark
#2 - The Knight at dawn
#3 - Mummies in the morning
#4 - Pirates past noon
#5 - Night of the Ninjas
#6 - Afternoon on the Amazon
#7 - Sunset of the sabertooth
#8 - Midnight on the moon
#9 - Dolphins at daybreak
#10 - Ghost town at sundown
#11 - Lions at lunchtime
#12 - Polar bears past bedtime
#13 - Vacation under the volcano
#14 - Day of the Dragon King
#15 - Viking ships at sunrise
#16 - Hour of the Olympics
#17 - Tonight on the Titanic
#18 - Buffalo before breakfast
#19 - Tigers at twilight
#20 - Dingoes at dinnertime
#21 - Civil War on Sunday
#22 - Revolutionary war on Wednesday
#23 - Twister on Tuesday
#24 - Earthquake in the early morning
#25 - Stage fright on a summer night
#26 - Good morning, gorillas
#27 - Thanksgiving on Thursday
#28 - High tide in Hawaii
#29 - A Big day for baseball
#30 - Hurricane heroes in Texas
#31 - Warriors in winter
#32 - To the future, Ben Franklin!
Subjects Dinosaurs -- Fiction.
Time travel -- Fiction.
Magic -- Fiction.
Tree houses -- Fiction.
Publisher New York :Scholastic,1992
Contributors Murdocca, Sal.
Language English
Notes "A First stepping stone book."
Description 68 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
ISBN 0590623524
9780545689397
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