Magic Tree House
Junie B. Jones
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Discover your readers' new favorite genre-bending fantasy adventure!
The 50th anniversary edition includes tributes by Judy Blume, Meg Cabot, and many more!
★ Here’s how it starts:“I wanted a pet.” The narrator’s mother agrees, “as long as it doesn’t need to be walked, bathed or fed.” A librarian helps narrow her choices to a field of one: “Sloths are the laziest animal in the world.” After its arrival, our narrator hopefully names her sloth Sparky, but alas, he is as described in books. Sparky’s owner doesn’t mind too much until provoked by überachiever Mary Potts, who informs her that not only does she have a cat that dances but also a parrot …Read More >
A monthly column from retired school librarian, children’s literature expert, and First Amendment advocate Pat Scales.