Mary Pope Osborne's
Classroom Adventures Program
Using Facts as a Bridge into the Joys of the Imagination: An Interview with First Book CEO, Kyle Zimmer
It Was Almost a Magic Whistle: Reflecting on 25 Years in the Magic Tree House
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, Merlin Missions, and Fact Trackers.
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I couldn’t have been happier when the company of JetBlue elected to partner with Magic Tree House for JetBlue’s Soar With Reading Program this summer. JetBlue’s program not only strives to inspire children to read, but also helps get books into the hands of children who need them most.
Leonardo had a special way of writing called “mirror writing.” He wrote from right to left and backwards.
One of the questions I’m most often asked is: Where do my ideas for Magic Tree House books come from? When I first started writing the series, I talked to countless kids and teachers about where they’d most like Jack and Annie to go.
I’m about to travel to one of my favorite events of the year: the annual Junior Theater Festival in Atlanta, Georgia. Over the holiday weekend, more than 3000 kids will act, dance, and sing at a show space in the Hotel Renaissance, Waverly.
More Fun Facts !! This time, it’s “Polar Bears and the Arctic”
The highlight of my autumn was a two-week trip to Japan with my husband Will. We did many fun things, including walking down the “Green Carpet,” of the Tokyo International Film Festival for the premier of a Japanese “anime” of Magic Tree House.
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