The Knight at Dawn (Magic Tree House, No. 2)

The Knight at Dawn (Magic Tree House, No. 2)

Mary Pope Osborne

Language: English

Pages: 67

ISBN: 067982412X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Jack and Annie are ready for their next fantasy adventure in the bestselling middle-grade series—the Magic Tree House!

A castle with a secret passage!

That's what Jack and Annie find when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to the Middle Ages for another wild adventure. In the Great Hall of the castle, a feast is under way. But Jack and Annie aren't exactly welcome guests!

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writing the facts. The stuff we know for sure.” “Let’s go back to the tree house right now,” said Annie. “And find out if the magic person is a fact.” “Are you nuts?” said Jack. “The sun’s not even up yet.” “Come on,” said Annie. “Maybe we can catch them sleeping.” “I don’t think we should,” said Jack. He was worried. What if the “magic person” was mean? What if he or she didn’t want kids to know about the tree house? “Well, I’m going,” said Annie. Jack looked out his window at the

sound of a horse’s whinny came again from below. “Neeee-hhhh!” “I think we’re here,” whispered Annie. She was still holding the castle book. Jack peeked out the window. A huge castle loomed out of the fog. He looked around. The tree house was in a different oak tree. And down below, the knight on the black horse was riding by. “We can’t stay here,” said Jack. “We have to go home and make a plan first.” He picked up the book about Pennsylvania. He opened it to the page with the red silk

the book,” said Annie. “But look at this!” said Jack. He pointed to a picture of a big party. Men were standing by the door, playing drums and horns. He read: Fanfares were played to announce different dishes in a feast. Feasts were held in the Great Hall. “You can look at the book. I’m going to the real feast,” said Annie. “Wait,” said Jack, studying the picture. It showed boys his age carrying trays of food. Whole pigs. Pies. Peacocks with all their feathers. Peacocks? Jack wrote:

Magic Tree House #3 Mummies in the Morning Available now! Excerpt copyright © 1993 by Published by Random House Children’s Books, a division of Random House, Inc., New York. “It’s still here,” said Jack. “It looks empty,” said Annie. Jack and his seven-year-old sister gazed up at a very tall oak tree. At the top of the tree was a tree house. Late-morning sunlight lit the woods. It was almost time for lunch. “Shhh!” said Jack. “What was that noise?” “What noise?” “I heard a

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