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  2. Magic Tree House - Wikipedia

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    (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

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    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. The Magic Faraway Tree (novel) - Wikipedia

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    The Magic Faraway Tree is a children's novel by Enid Blyton, first published in 1943. It is the second book in The Faraway Tree series of children's novels. Jo, Bessie and Fanny (renamed Joe, Beth and Frannie in later editions), the protagonists of the series, have their cousin Dick (renamed Rick in later editions) over to stay with them.

  5. List of children's book series - Wikipedia

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    The Magic Tree House: Mary Pope Osborne: 1992–present Abbey Series: Elsie J. Oxenham: 1920–67 Junie B. Jones: Barbara Park: 1992–2012 Captain Underpants: Dav Pilkey: 1997–2015 Peter Rabbit: Beatrix Potter: 1902–2012 Swallows and Amazons series: Arthur Ransome: 1930–1988 Curious George: H.A. Rey and Margaret Rey: 1941–1966 The Clue ...

  6. Bibliography of King Arthur - Wikipedia

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    Gesta Regum Anglorum by William of Malmesbury 1125 (Arthur wears image of Mary; Discovery of Gawain's tomb.) Historia Anglorum by Henry of Huntingdon 1129 (Mentions Arthur) Vita Santi Gildae by Caradoc of Llancarfan c. 1120–1130 (early version of Malegant-Guenivere abduction narrative.) Works of Geoffrey of Monmouth

  7. Mary Pope Osborne - Wikipedia

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    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

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