Sunset of the Sabertooth

Sunset of the Sabertooth

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Random House, Inc.
The #1 bestselling chapter book series of all time celebrates 25 years with new covers and a new, easy-to-use numbering system!

The Ice Age is very cool…for two kids in bathing suits! Jack and Annie nearly freeze when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to the time of cave people and woolly mammoths. But nothing can stop them from having another wild adventure—not even a saber-toothed tiger!

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Baker & Taylor
The magic tree house transports Jack and Annie on a mission to the Ice Age where they encounter Cro-Magnons, cave bears, sabertooth tigers, and woolly mammoths

& Taylor

The Magic Tree House transports Jack and Annie back in time to the Ice Age, where they encounter cave people, woolly mammoths, and fierce sabertooth tigers. Simultaneous.

Edition: ed
ISBN: 9780679863731
Characteristics: p ; cm


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PimaLib_Kids Apr 08, 2018

It was awesome! - Josue, age 10

Nov 16, 2017

I'm sure many have felt cold before, or even "chilled to the bone." But nothing compares to how cold this story may make you feel! In a time of woolly mammoths and chilly landscapes of ice and snow, Jack and Annie must overcome the bitter cold. Of all the "Magic Tree House" books, this one was definitely an interesting one. The ending may have felt a bit repetitive, but I did like how it started. The side plot was engaging but just enough for young readers to enjoy.
- @Siri of The Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

JCLChrisK Jul 05, 2016

So very earnest. So very full of simple stereotypes. So very well plotted and characterized that I can see why this has remained the most popular beginning chapter book series since I started in the business almost fifteen years ago.

Young siblings Jack and Annie find a mysterious box that they use to travel through time and space, often aided by they box's powerful, magical owner. That's right, in its most basic form the series is Doctor Who for 6-8 year old readers (which has been popular enough to become one of the longest running TV shows of all time). Older Jack (8) is the cautious, studious one who wants to learn before leaping; Annie (7) is the optimistic one who rushes right into everything. It's a perfect combination to establish a balance of adventure and education, with just a touch of tension between them. The tree house's owner provides the mystery.

(This review is for the audio of books 1-8, listened to in immediate succession.)

AakashR Jul 02, 2012

I enjoyed it!!

lilylilulu Jun 29, 2012

its a great book!!!!!!!!1

Jul 30, 2011

i think this book is fun to read

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Jul 30, 2011

Annie and Jack travel back to the Ice Age and encounter cave people, woolly mammoths, and more.


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Jul 15, 2011

But the tiger had circled around the trees.He stood between the tallest tree and the mammoth.

They were trapped.


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