Earthquake in the Early Morning (Magic Tree House, #24)

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Mary Pope Osborne has channeled a lifelong love of exploration and travel into one of the most popular children’s book series of the past two decades. With her fantastic Magic Tree House series, Mary Pope Osborne keeps the good times rolling for kids all over the world.

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Earthquake in the Early Morning (Magic Tree House, #24)
  • Mary Pope Osborne
  • English
  • 21 May 2018
  • 9780679890706

10 thoughts on “Earthquake in the Early Morning (Magic Tree House, #24)

  1. says:

    WOW! Another really great book in the series. The kids loved this one, and so did I, only it was sooo touching that I was trying to cover up the fact that I was tearing up at certain spots. Of course my daughter caught me and outed me!!! Thanks, Mimi! Easily another five star offering from Mary Pope Osborne :)

  2. says:

    Great adventure!

  3. says:

    The book I read today was number 24 of the magic tree house. This book had action and other cool things in it. It was about a brother and sister named Jack and Annie. Morgan Le Fay always gives them missions to complete so they can become master librarians. They went to California. The year was 1906. When they found the book that had the word california on the cover Annie wished to go to to California. When they arrived they were dressed In different clothes. Annie had a blue and white dress and Jack had brown pants and a colored shirt. California was beautiful said Annie , but then a rumble shook the ground.


    After the rumble shook the ground Jack started searching up what that rumble was until he found a picture and artifacts on a page. The big shake was a Earth quake!!!!!!! Jack wanted to leave but Annie said no. We need to find the words on the note that Morgan gave us said Annie. Then the shake came again but stronger and buildings started toppling over. There was dust all over the town. Jack tried to find Annie but she was in a big hole in the ground. Jack started passing his sister bricks so she can climb up. When Jack got her out she had booboos and cuts mostly on her leg. Jack and Annie's clothes were torn & ripped. Then Jack heard crying nearby. It was a woman and two boys. Their house broke down when the shaking started. Their feet were cut with scars and the woman was crying. The brother and sister lend their boots to the family. They stopped crying and they lend them there sign that says a poem. But Annie just forgot that they already finished their mission because they needed to lend objects to certain people that needed food. Then they went home.

  4. says:

    The Magic Treehouse is a great series for historical fiction books. This particular book is about the San Francisco earthquake that took place in 1906. Jack and Annie time travel back through their treehouse and find themselves in the middle of the earthquake. The book does a great job of depicting what the people in San Francisco were going through during this time. The author vividly describes the desolate city after the earthquake struck. The author also does a great job of describing how a few of the people of San Francisco felt after their town was destroyed and in flames.

    One of my favorite parts is in the back of the book where the author throws in a bulleted list of real facts about earthquakes. It goes over tectonic plates and how earthquakes form. It also talks about which of the characters were real, along with describing some of the real events that were discussed in the book.

    This would be a 2nd - 4th grade book. Students could use the novels in this series to link to social studies lessons. In some cases, like this one, they could even be linked to science. In earlier grades, it may be fun to have students read these books as a start of a research project and then present to their classmates on these events using other research as well. These books would also be great to have in classroom libraries for students to read when curious about historical events, or are interested in other parts of the world.

  5. says:

    Anyone who reads more than one of these will discover a certain similarity between the books. They all start off with a letter and preface meant to provide any background needed. The children sneak away from their home to go to the magic tree-house. There they consider a problem, given to them by Morgan le Fay, (seemingly a good fairy turned librarian, and not the ambiguous or downright dangerous figure of much Arthurian legend). The helpful kids go back in time to fulfil part of their mission.

    This time they go back to the earthquake of 1906 which happened in San Francisco. Not only does Mary Pope Osborne combine solid historical research with imagination, as usual. She also works herself and a couple of her nephews into the story. I thought this was a nice touch.

  6. says:

    Summary:
    This story is about the characters Jack and Annie who travel to San Francisco, California back in 1906. They are on a mission to find a special piece of writing in order to save the kingdom, Camelot. While there, the characters experience the two earthquakes that struck in San Francisco in 1906. The characters are put in a position where they are challenged between helping those around them and working on their own personal task.

    Evaluation:
    This story merged a historical event with the fictional idea of traveling back in time through magic. The story was full of great descriptions and details along with a few illustrations to help children create visuals in their minds. The author added factual information about the earthquakes in 1906, along with adding a background story about Jack and Annie needing to save Camelot.

    Teaching:
    This is a great book to use for a book study. A teacher can use this book when teaching about plot, characters, and setting or when working on reading comprehension because of the many different events throughout the chapters.

  7. says:

    I did not like this book because I do not like earthquakes. I enjoyed this book because I liked the part when on their mission Jack traded his boots for a chalkboard that said, "There is no water and still less soap, we have no city, but lots of hope."

  8. says:

    Carli’s review (age 6): I noticed that Peter and Andrew look the same but one is taller than the other. One thing I pictured was the fires caused by the earthquake. I wonder why King Arthur had to save Camelot? My favorite part was seeing Morgan’s library.

  9. says:

    REALY LIKED IT!!!!! :) ;)

  10. says:

    These Magic Tree House books are good for the younger reader. The premise is simple, two children (Jack and Annie) find a treehouse which can travel back in time as long as a book on the period is available. They then live part of the book they are using. Each one has easily digested facts about the time and place the two children travel to.

    The earthquake referenced in the title is the Great Quake of 1906 that hit San Francisco. Jack and Annie land in SF just before the quake starts, help a few people, have their photograph taken and find the last of the special writings they need for Morgan le Fay. They also get to meet King Arthur in her library. This being the last in a sequence of four adventures in which one piece of special writing is required.

    The Magic Tree House books go in linked quartets and more will be sought, Sean liking them a good deal.

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