Adventures with Jack and Annie, perfect for beginning chapter book readers.
More challenging adventures for the experienced Magic Tree House reader.
Nonfiction companion books for many Magic Tree House adventures.
A longer and more dangerous adventure with Jack and Annie.
Magic Tree House celebrates 25 years with a brand new look!
The Magic Tree House look now clearly delineates a reading journey through three distinct lines:
- Magic Tree House titles for beginning chapter book readers
- Merlin Missions for more advanced readers
- Fact Trackers for nonfiction fans
By renumbering the 55 fiction titles in two groups (plus a Super Edition), we hope to help readers stay with the series longer, giving them a sense of accomplishment as they move from the classic adventures into the Merlin Missions.
“Educators have inspired me for the past 25 years, and I am excited to continue reaching young readers together. There are topics for every reader in the Magic Tree House series - science, sports, geography, wildlife, history, the arts - and always a bit of mystery and magic.”
In 1992, I began writing Magic Tree House chapter books, and to my sincere delight, they sparked a love of reading in children. The series has become a classroom staple and has proven to have a significant impact on the way children around the world learn to read.
In 2017, we celebrate 25 years of growing readers with a new look for the series. The refreshed packaging reflects what teachers and librarians consistently tell us: that Magic Tree House books encourage readers to learn, progress, and discover.
“Learning to read and loving to read can be a passport to freedom.
With books, children can travel over boundaries and borders.
They can gain knowledge to help overcome the hardships they face.
They can discover the best in themselves -
and then use their talents to help others.”