Dogs in the Dead of Night (Magic Tree House (R) Merlin Mission)

Dogs in the Dead of Night (Magic Tree House (R) Merlin Mission)

Mary Pope Osborne

Language: English

Pages: 144

ISBN: 0375867961

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


   The fan-favorite chapter-book series whisks Jack and Annie back in time to the Swiss Alps in search of a rare flower. When they find a monastery where monks and St. Bernards live, Annie offers to train a young dog named Barry. Then Barry runs away, and Jack and Annie have a new task to find Barry! Will he lead them to the mysterious flower? Or into danger?

Mary Pope Osborne brings together just the right combination of history, magic, and fast-paced adventure to satisfy kids, parents, teachers, and librarians all over the world with her New York Times bestselling series.

The Black Stallion Returns

All About Sam (Sam Krupnik, Book 1)

LEGO Attack of the Crocodiles (Legends of Chima, Book 1)

Thomas and the Big, Big Bridge (Thomas & Friends)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

and Barry bounced and barked and fell and fought, until finally they all collapsed into the snow and rolled over onto their backs, sticking their paws in the air. Rubbing his furry back against the crunchy snow felt wonderful to Jack. He wiggled and rocked from side to side. Then he and Annie and Barry stood up and gave their wet bodies good shakes. They shook their heads, too, flinging drool and snow on each other. But Jack didn’t mind drool a bit now. He was completely happy to be a big,

black hat was lying on top of the snow ahead of them! A knapsack with buckles lay next to it! Barry, Jack, and Annie yelped and quivered as they sniffed the hat and the knapsack. Jack smelled wool, metal, and leather. “DIG! DIG!” Barry barked. Jack, Annie, and Barry swiped at the snow with their huge paws. Bucketfuls of snow flew behind them. Whimpering and whining, they dug deeper and deeper. The more snow they cleared, the more smells Jack inhaled—hair, wool, blood. Barry yelped. He had

black hat was lying on top of the snow ahead of them! A knapsack with buckles lay next to it! Barry, Jack, and Annie yelped and quivered as they sniffed the hat and the knapsack. Jack smelled wool, metal, and leather. “DIG! DIG!” Barry barked. Jack, Annie, and Barry swiped at the snow with their huge paws. Bucketfuls of snow flew behind them. Whimpering and whining, they dug deeper and deeper. The more snow they cleared, the more smells Jack inhaled—hair, wool, blood. Barry yelped. He had

were filled with birdsong. “You okay?” Jack asked Annie. She nodded. “Barry’s going to save lots of lives,” said Jack. “I know it.” Annie smiled. “He was so funny,” she said wistfully. “Yeah, and he was happy,” said Jack. He reached into his backpack and carefully lifted out the papers with the glacial buttercup. He handed the dried flower to Annie, then pulled out their rhyme and reread it: The second thing to break the spell is a white and yellow flower. Live its meaning for yourself,

was hard to see in the shadowy dark, but they were so familiar with the path to the tallest oak that they quickly found their way. The tree house was there, waiting for them. But no one was looking out the window. “Darn, no Teddy and Kathleen,” said Annie. “Well, at least they sent the tree house,” said Jack. “That must mean they were able to translate the next part of the ancient spell. They must have stayed in Camelot to work on the rest.” “Yeah, probably,” said Annie. She grabbed the rope

Download sample

Download

Comments are closed.