The Magic Tree House whisks Jack and Annie back to the eve of the first Thanksgiving. There they meet the Pilgrims as well as Squanto, a Native American who helped them. The story offers an age-appropriate, in-depth picture of what life was really like for early settlers, as well as the usual Magic Tree House adventure and excitement.
With a dose of seasonal enchantment, the latest Magic Tree House installment takes readers not to a historical era, but to the legendary Round Table in Christmas in Camelot by Mary Pope Osborne, illus. by Sal Murdocca.
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Read the first 3 chapters.
Good fun book
HENRY'S best best best book ever!
I liked this book because they went back in time to when the Pilgrims were around. I also liked that the Pilgrims and the Indians were friends. My dad liked that the Pilgrims were so kind even though they had such a hard life. What did you like? Henry Dixon (age 5)