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  2. Magic Tree House - Wikipedia

    (April 2018) Magic Tree House is an American series of children's books written by the American author Mary Pope Osborne. The original American series was illustrated by Salvatore Murdocca until 2016, after which AG Ford took over. Other illustrators have been used for foreign-language editions. The series consists of two groups.

  3. Talk:Magic Tree House - Wikipedia

    One day, in Pennsylvania,, a tree house appeared in the woods. Jack and Annie climbed into the tree house. They found that it is filled with books. Jack and Annie soon discovered that the tree house was magic. It could take them to the places in books. All they had to do is point to a picture and wish to go there.

  4. Mary Pope Osborne - Wikipedia

    Mary Pope Osborne has written many books outside the Magic Tree House series. Run, Run As Fast As You Can (Random House Children's Books, 1982) The Deadly Power of Medusa (Scholastic, 1988), Will and Mary Pope Osborne, illustrated by Steve Sullivan Jason and the Argonauts (Scholastic, 1988), Will and Mary Pope Osborne, illustrated by Steve Sullivan

  5. Fiction featuring Merlin - Wikipedia

    The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2010), played by James A. Stephens. Merlin and the Book of Beasts (2010), played by James Callis. Merlin and the War of the Dragons (2008), played by Simon Lloyd Roberts. Shrek the Third (2007), voiced by Eric Idle. The Last Legion (2007), played by Ben Kingsley. Merlin's Apprentice (2006), played by Sam Neill.

  6. List of programs broadcast by Treehouse TV - Wikipedia

    This is a list of programs broadcast by Treehouse TV, a Canadiantelevision channel for preschoolers launched on November 1, 1997. It is owned by Corus Entertainment(formerly owned by Shaw Communications), airing both live-action and animated programs. Contents 1Current 1.1Original programming 1.1.1Animated series 1.1.2Reruns 1.2Acquired programming

  7. Bibliography of King Arthur - Wikipedia

    Roman de Brut by Wace c. 1155 (an Anglo-Norman verse reworking of Historia Regum Britanniae) Tristan by Thomas of Britain c. 1170s Tristan by Béroul c. 1170s Folie Tristan d'Oxford, c. 1175–1200 The Lais of Marie de France c. 1170s Lanval Chevrefoil c. 1170s (an episode of the Tristan and Iseult story) The poems of Chrétien de Troyes

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