Dark Day in the Deep Sea (Magic Tree House (R) Merlin Mission)

Dark Day in the Deep Sea (Magic Tree House (R) Merlin Mission)

Mary Pope Osborne

Language: English

Pages: 144

ISBN: 0375837329

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Take the plunge with Jack and Annie!

Jack and Annie continue their quest for the secrets of happiness—secrets they need if they're going to save Merlin. But when the Magic Tree House leads them to a tiny deserted island in the middle of the ocean, they’re not sure who needs help more—Merlin or themselves! The brother and sister team are soon rescued by a ship of explorers and scientists. But that isn’t the end of their troubles, because the crew isn’t looking for the secrets of happiness. The crew is looking for . . . a sea monster!

Mary Pope Osborne takes young readers back to the mid-nineteenth century, a time of exploration and adventure. This paperback edition contains all-new backmatter full of activities, and the first printing includes temporary tattoos.

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axes, pistols, and ropes. “Sir, I request permission to cut the creature from the net,” Henry said to the captain. The captain nodded. “Permission granted, Mr. Moseley,” said the captain. “Help me,” Henry said to Jack and Annie. “Sure!” said Jack. “We’ll come, too, mate,” said Joe. Joe and Tommy hurried after Henry, Jack, and Annie to a row of small boats on the deck. The sailors lowered one of the boats down to the surface of the water. Then Jack, Annie, Joe, Tommy, and Henry all climbed

them,” said Jack. “Oh, sure,” Annie said matter-of-factly. “Loving other creatures makes me really happy. I wonder why some people don’t get that.” “I don’t know,” said Jack. “Too bad they have to see a miracle first, like an octopus talking,” said Annie. “I know what you mean,” said Jack. “The octopus just being an octopus is the real miracle.” Annie smiled. “And Henry’s seashell—the little creature inside—him too,” she said. “He was a miracle, too.” She held out the shining shell. Jack

silvery wand. It was shaped like the spiraled horn of a unicorn. “You remember the three rules?” asked Kathleen. “Sure,” said Jack. “To make magic, we use a wish with only five words.” “And before we use the wand, we have to try our hardest,” said Annie. “And the wand can only be used for the good of others,” said Jack, “not just ourselves.” “Exactly,” said Teddy. “I wonder who the ‘others’ will be on this mission,” said Annie. She looked at Teddy and Kathleen. “Maybe you guys?” “I fear

go play in it!” said Annie. She pulled off her sneakers and socks. “We can’t just play,” Jack said. “We have to look for a secret of happiness.” “Well, I’m happiest when I’m playing in the ocean!” Annie started down the rope ladder. I’m sure our mission’s harder than that, Jack thought. He took their library books out of his pack and replaced them with the deep-sea book. “Hurry!” said Annie. Jack put on his pack and started down after her. He stepped off the ladder onto the misty ground.

at them with curiosity. The professor smiled, but the captain did not look happy. “I thought our friends might join us for lunch, sir,” Henry said to the captain. “I promise they will return to shore after the storm.” “Very well,” said the captain. “Immediately after the storm.” “Aye, aye, sir,” said Henry. He turned to the other officers at the table. “Gentlemen, may I introduce Annie and Jack from America. They are adventurous travelers.” “Hi,” murmured Jack and Annie. The officers and

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