Night of the Ninth Dragon (Magic Tree House (R) Merlin Mission) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-11-25 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 9 user ratings

" The first 2/3 of the story was fine, but the last 1/3 seemed too rushed. " said.

" Adventuring with Jack and Annie is never a disappointment. Now along for their magical tree house ride is there mischievous puppy Oki. Today their puzzle solving selves are needed in one of their favorite places, Camelot. The home of castles, wizards, knights, unicorns and dragons; O my! " said.

"After watching BBC's Merlin, these books are super weird to read. (Not my idea of Camelot, eh?) But overall, this story was fun and imaginative. However, the wonderful dragon on the front cover was a bit of a disappointment. I mean, honestly I thought they would get to ride it or talk to it, but it just appeared MAYBE and opened a portal into Avalon. Sad day for dragon fans, I guess. But I was very happy that the dragon wasn't evil or something like a lot of dragons are depicted. He/She was helpful. That was nice.

Overall, this story is great to include in the lore of Magic Tree House books. Their dog though is annoying. Get out.
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"In the fifty-fifth title in this popular series, Jack and Annie are summoned back to Camelot but not by Merlin. When they arrive, the kingdom is under threat, and King Arthur is close to death. A gold dragon is missing from Morgan's secret garden, and without that dragon, Arthur cannot return to Avalon to be healed. Naturally, the youngsters and their dog Oki are eager to help Queen Guinevere even though the tasks involved in finding the dragon and healing the king seem impossible because they must be accomplished so quickly. The little band even encounters and tricks a band of robbers along the way. As is the case with the other books in this series, readers will be captivated by the children's travels to another place and time and dream of joining them on their brief sojourn in a magical place where dragons roam. " said.

"So Jack and Annie are at it again. I haven't read all of the series up til this book, but I've read enough that it makes sense.

King Arthur has been injured and robbers have taken his gold dragon. Jack and Annie have to solve a new riddle to help save the king. I love how everyone believes in these children, helping them to always believe in themselves.

The art work is as gorgeous as ever. It's one of my favorite things about the series.

The only thing I didn't love was the use of the volcano stones. It seemed a little too hokey for me. I just couldn't get past it.
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" I read this book aloud to my second grade class. They always like Magic Tree House books. " said.

" I think that when I was the target audience for these books I would have liked but not loved them. I would happily recommend them to a child of the appropriate age. " said.

" Jack and Annie are summoned to Camelot by Queen Guinevere. They need to help her find the stolen golden dragon so the portal to Avalon can be opened to help save King Arthur. Will they be able to complete there mission in time? Read on to find out! " said.

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