How Many Books Are In The Magic Tree House Series

What are some good books. .

I am 14 and a book worm. I am an advanced reader. I read mostly fiction but i am open to other possibilities. here is a list of a few books i have read.All Harry Potterworking on the twilight seriesthe looking glass warsall series of unfortunate eventmy sisters keeperall flowers in the attic...

There are so many good books out there, that you will be able to find something to your liking. But here are a few of my favorite books:Fantasy/Magical:-A great and terrible beauty by libba bray: its about a girl gemma doyle who lives in victorian england. The story follows her and her friends at a boarding/finishing school for young girls. Gemma discovers that she has the power to enter a parallel world of magic, and she must find out how she is supposed to deal with the responsibility of that power. There is suspense, romance, magic, and evil, all the while dealing with the stress of being a teenage girl. (other books in the trilogy are rebel angels, and the sweet far thing).-Tithe by holly black: about the magic and realm of faeries in the real world. Kaye discovers the truth about her life when she moves back to new jersey with her mom after an attempt on her mom’s life. This story is more intense, dealing with drugs, and living on the streets. (sequels are valiant, and ironside).-Inkheart by cornelia funke: about a girl who can read stories to life. And the drama that ensues after she reads a story into the real world. This is a really cute story, more for the younger end of young adult, or older end in childrens. (sequels inkspell and inkdeath).-Lord of the Rings by JRR TolkienHistoric:-Gone with the wind by margaret Mitchell: about Scarlett O’Hara, a young woman living in the south during the civil war. Always the daddy’s girl she soon realizes that in this hard time she can no longer be served and has to struggle to survive. She has to deal with confederate soldiers using her house as a headquarters, and life without service from a group of maids. Deals with her love of a man engaged to another woman, and the lust of rhett butler after her. Amazing, this is my favorite book ever. Its very long but worth the read in every way. (official sequel is Scarlett by Alexandria Ripley).-Shogun by james clavell: japan during the 1600s. Dealing with the spanish and Portuguese trying to claim domination of the islands. Follows the story of an Dutch sailor as he becomes an important piece of the japanese lords. This is such an amazing story, my second favorite book. (other books in the asian saga are Tai-Pan, Gai-Jin, King Rat, Noble House, WhirlwindClassics/Must reads:-1984 by George Orwell: futuristic totalitarian regime set in (surprise!) 1984. Winston Smith works in the Ministry of Truth and edits accounts and publishes propaganda produces by the ever watchful “Big Brother”.War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells: aliens land on earth and attempt to destroy the whole world. The book is so much better than the movie with dakota fanning.-Tree Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin: true story of Greg Mortenson after his failed attempt on K2. He builds schools for young children especially girls. So far he has build over 72!-Lord of the Flies by William Golding-into the wild by Jon Krakauer: true story about a young man Chris McClandless and his journey across the united states as he searches for freedom of life, with views similar to thoreau. His trip takes him all the way to alaska, his last crusade so to speak. Krakauer wrote the book after he did a short magazine article on the story of Chris. Recently made into a movie, the movie was nicely done, but the book is still amazing.-The Thief Lord by cornelia funke: about two brothers who run away to venice after their mother’s death, and live in an abandoned movie theater with other kids. They survive off of the money brought by Scorpio “the thief lord”. Excellent book, worth the read.-Perks of being a wallflower by Stephen Chbosky: narrated by Charlie a teenage boy as he deals with awkwardness, drug use, sex, abuse. Charlie is shy, and unconventional. The book deals with mature topics.-Water for elephants by Sara Gruen: about Jacob and his experiences working with the traveling circus as a vet.-any books by Jodi Picoult: the pact, keeping faith, my sister’s keeper, vanishing acts, nineteen minutes, change of heart, harvesting the heart.-sisterhood of the traveling pants by Ann Brashares-The Secret life of bees by Sue Monk Kidd-watership down by richard adams-The mermaid chair by sure monk kiddIf none of these are doing it for you try this site: http://whatshouldireadnext.com/search. It give recommendations of books that are similar to ones you have already read. Also go to your local bookstore and seeing what they have in the young adult section, or check the library! =]

Whats A good book to read if…

What is a good book to read if your into books like these? :The Privite SeriesThe Twilight Seriessarah dessen booksellen hopkins books.Things in that nature :]Thank you!<3

There are so many good books out there, that you will be able to find something to your liking. But here are a few of my favorite books:Fantasy/Magical:-A great and terrible beauty by libba bray: its about a girl gemma doyle who lives in victorian england. The story follows her and her friends at a boarding/finishing school for young girls. Gemma discovers that she has the power to enter a parallel world of magic, and she must find out how she is supposed to deal with the responsibility of that power. There is suspense, romance, magic, and evil, all the while dealing with the stress of being a teenage girl. (other books in the trilogy are rebel angels, and the sweet far thing).-Tithe by holly black: about the magic and realm of faeries in the real world. Kaye discovers the truth about her life when she moves back to new jersey with her mom after an attempt on her mom’s life. This story is more intense, dealing with drugs, and living on the streets. (sequels are valiant, and ironside).-Inkheart by cornelia funke: about a girl who can read stories to life. And the drama that ensues after she reads a story into the real world. This is a really cute story, more for the younger end of young adult, or older end in childrens. (sequels inkspell and inkdeath).-Harry Potter by J.K. RowlingHistoric:-Gone with the wind by margaret Mitchell: about Scarlett O’Hara, a young woman living in the south during the civil war. Always the daddy’s girl she soon realizes that in this hard time she can no longer be served and has to struggle to survive. She has to deal with confederate soldiers using her house as a headquarters, and life without service from a group of maids. Deals with her love of a man engaged to another woman, and the lust of rhett butler after her. Amazing, this is my favorite book ever. Its very long but worth the read in every way. (official sequel is Scarlett by Alexandria Ripley).Classics/Must reads:-1984 by George Orwell: futuristic totalitarian regime set in (surprise!) 1984. Winston Smith works in the Ministry of Truth and edits accounts and publishes propaganda produces by the ever watchful “Big Brother”.-Tree Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin: true story of Greg Mortenson after his failed attempt on K2. He builds schools for young children especially girls. So far he has build over 72!-The Thief Lord by cornelia funke: about two brothers who run away to venice after their mother’s death, and live in an abandoned movie theater with other kids. They survive off of the money brought by Scorpio “the thief lord”. Excellent book, worth the read.-Perks of being a wallflower by Stephen Chbosky: narrated by Charlie a teenage boy as he deals with awkwardness, drug use, sex, abuse. Charlie is shy, and unconventional. The book deals with mature topics.-Water for elephants by Sara Gruen: about Jacob and his experiences working with the traveling circus as a vet.-any books by Jodi Picoult: the pact, keeping faith, my sister’s keeper, vanishing acts, nineteen minutes, change of heart, harvesting the heart.-sisterhood of the traveling pants by Ann Brashares-The Secret life of bees by Sue Monk Kidd-watership down by richard adams-The mermaid chair by sure monk kiddIf none of these are doing it for you try this site: http://whatshouldireadnext.com/search. It give recommendations of books that are similar to ones you have already read. Also go to your local bookstore and seeing what they have in the young adult section, or check the library! =]

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Who are your top five writers..

I like Yukio Mishima, Tao Lin, Haruki Murakami, Richard Yates, and Shel Silverstein!Who are your top five!?If I’m in your top five, I will probably give you best answer!

I like how you have a boy’s name but a girl’s picture. Anyway, here goes, in no direct order.1- J.K. Rowling – Harry Potter2- J.R.R. Tolkien – Whom I respect for creating an incredible series. A true inspiration, proving high fantasy can be successful if done right.3- Rick Riordan – I’m a fan of his books. They are pretty good.4- Mary Pope Osborne – Yeah, I’m fifteen and read the magic tree house books….5- Lastly, Stephenie Meyer – For making me believe that sh^tty books can be bestsellers.Thank you to all. When you put in best answer, why don’t you tell us who you are?

The title of this book is….

Its very confusing, but from what I can remember, it is about a boy that goes into town one day, and he comes home through the fog to find that his house is completely different. He DID enter the right house, and it turns out that he walked into the past.From what little I can recall, the boy starts to visit this…

There was a very good book I read when I was a child called Fog Magic by Julia L. Sauer. The girl walks through a fog (which is magical) and suddenly there’s a village where there had been none (in her time), and she’s in another time (colonial perhaps). She makes friends with another girl in the village in the past, and they solve a centuries old mystery. I don’t recall painting, though. Do you think this could be the one you’re trying to remember?Other books that have a time travel-type theme: The Blue Ghost by Marion Dane Bauer (While staying with her grandmother in Gran’s childhood home, Liz wakes one night when she hears her name–and sees a mysterious blue light that coalesces into the image of a woman in old-fashioned dress. Perhaps it’s a dream, but then there are the faint voices that seem to come from the walls, which Liz can step through to go back in time. On the other side of the walls, she meets a family of children, including Elizabeth, who calls Liz “guardian angel.” It’s a puzzle, until Liz is summoned through the wall one night, and finds the children in need of help. This gentle ghost story, written in simple prose, blends mild suspense with a look at how the past connects to and influences the present. Mystery fans will enjoy the spooky premise, and Wang’s softly rendered black-and-white drawings increase the ghostly atmosphere.); Magic Tree House series and The Stepping Stone series, both by Mary Pope Osborne and many more.

Book series manuscript formatting. Help..

Hello, so I am dedicated to writing a book series, (e.g. like Nancy Drew, Goosebumps, Magic Tree House – that kind of series). I’m currently finishing up with the first book in the series, and am going to get right away on the second one. First of all, my main concern is formatting the manuscript to send into…

There isn’t any kind of separate special formatting for a series. (Well – the individual books might have “Goosebumps Book 5” or “A Nancy Drew Mystery” on them somewhere, but that’s up to the publisher.)A publisher won’t want to publish book 2 or book 3 unless book 1 sells. So first you have to convince them to publish book 1. Format it exactly as you would if it was a standalone novel, and make sure the story stands on its own. (Like the first Harry Potter book, or the first Star Wars movie – A New Hope.) Publishers used to be willing to risk losing money on the first few books in the expectation that the series as a whole would show a profit, but now that all the big publishers are owned by multinational conglomerates who are laser-focused on the next set of quarterly results, that doesn’t work any more. They want to be able to drop your series if book 1 tanks, which they can’t do if book 1 doesn’t have a self-contained story.

I will be teaching 3rd grade and wanted some suggestions for books to keep in a classroom library..

I was thinking about the Magic Tree House series and books like How to Be Cool in Third Grade. I was hoping for more suggestions though, mostly chapter books but whatever you could think of. Also, I’m trying to choose books that would appeal to African American students as this is the main makeup of my class….

There are so many books to choose from! Where do I start? Scholastic offers great books for elementary school students at affordable prices. I would suggest you start here for ideas. If you sign up to do Book Orders with your students, you can earn “bonus points” and purchase books for your classroom library with those bonus points. “Lucky” is the book club for grades 2-3.Here are some series your students may enjoy:Black LagoonCam JansonJunie B. JonesHorrible HarryMagic School BusMagic Tree HouseRamona QuimbyGood Luck!

How many magic treehouse books are there in all.

the kid i babysit wants to know.

78; but 28 are in the original series and 28 are in the “Fact Tracker” series.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_Tree_…Hope this helps.

How many magic tree house books are there.

or how many is she going to write?Thanks!Jamie

28 in the Magic Tree House Series29 in the Magic Tree House Merlin Mission14 in the Magic Tree House Research GuidesSo that would make 71 total.

How many books to the series.

how many books are there in the Magic Tree House series by mary pope osbourne

Right now there are 39. But there are a lot more that are planned to be written.

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