Carnival at Candlelight (Magic Tree House #33)

Carnival at Candlelight (Magic Tree House #33)

Mary Pope Osborne

Language: English

Pages: 144

ISBN: 0375830340

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

MERLIN HAS ASKED Jack and Annie to help on another Merlin Mission. This time they head back into history to Venice, Italy. With the help of a research book, a book of magic rhymes, and a set of mysterious instructions from Merlin, the heroes will save the beautiful city from a flood! Here’s another Magic Tree House book that will engage kids with history, magic, and nonstop action from beginning to end.

From the Hardcover edition.

¿Qué hay en el estanque, querido dragón? / What's in the Pond, Dear Dragon?

Magnus Fin and the Ocean Quest

Voyagers of the Silver Sand (Secrets of Droon, Special Edition 3)

Darius Bell and the Glitter Pool

The Magic Finger
















his knees into the lion’s warm back and clung to his mane. The lion flew toward the fireworks. A shower of red sparks was opening like an umbrella. Booms and whistles filled the night. Fiery bits rained down through the darkness, whistling into the canal. “Help! We’re heading straight into the fireworks!” cried Annie. The lion dipped and turned away from the fireworks. The red showers gave way to bursts of blue and green. “Which way do we go?” shouted Annie. As the lion flew back toward the

at Lorenzo’s painting. It showed pink light shimmering on blue water. “That’s beautiful,” said Annie. “It is only the background,” said Lorenzo. He squinted at the canal. “Soon I will add gondolas and people. Then, probably, I will add something not real at all, something from my imagination.” “Hey, guess what! We saw Neptune last night,” said Annie. “You did?” said Lorenzo. “We found him far out at sea,” said Jack. “He looked just like he looks in your dad’s painting.” “We rode to him on

Kathleen’s book of magic rhymes. Then he climbed down the rope ladder and caught up with Annie. Jack and Annie walked over a pebbly path as the sky darkened. Good, thought Jack. It’s night. He didn’t want anyone to see him in his silly outfit—especially the red slippers with the bows. “That must be the way out,” said Annie. She led Jack to a wooden gate in the garden wall and pushed it open. Jack and Annie stepped through the gate onto a quiet, empty walkway. Next to the walkway was a narrow

behind a column in a lantern-lit courtyard. The courtyard was quiet and empty. “Everyone in Venice must be at Carnival,” said Jack. “I just hope the ruler is home.” “Yeah, we’ll ask him if he knows the Grand Lady of the Lagoon,” said Annie. “And we’ll tell him he has to help us save her from a terrible disaster.” Jack looked at his map of the palace. Several rooms were labeled Ruler’s Living Chambers. “I guess that’s where he lives,” said Jack. “We have to go up some stairs called the Giants’

the stairs. His eyes were closed, and he was snoring softly. Jack motioned to Annie, and they tiptoed past the sleeping guard to the entrance of the ruler’s living chambers. Jack glanced at the map. “This is it,” he whispered. The door was open. Jack and Annie peeked inside. “Knock, knock?” Annie said in a soft voice. No one answered. They stepped through the doorway. A fire blazed on the hearth. Overhead many candles burned brightly. The dancing flames cast shadows on a marble floor and a

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