Pirates Past Noon (Magic Tree House, No. 4) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-06-23 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" As a read-aloud it was hard. I can't do the pirate voice that much. And Cap'n bones would not stop calling his mateys "dogs". Ugh " said.

" My 6 year son, Daniel, says, "I wish that I could give it 15 stars! It was really exciting! It's the best one so far!" " said.

" Seth and I have been enjoying reading the Magic Tree House books together. They are great! I'd highly recommend them for young readers. They're like a Dr. Who series for kids :) " said.

" I read this to my Brooks Elementary kindergarten class today. Oh the joy in their faces as we were reading. :) " said.

" 2.5 starsMy least favorite of the series so far. The pirate captain was too one-dimensionally evil and the "clue" on the treasure map was too ridiculously simplistic for me to give this 3 stars.It was fun, though, to get to meet the M person. And to learn the purpose of the treehouse and why jack and Annie are able to use it. Although why she would choose a treehouse of all things to use as her time machine is never addressed... " said.

" This is another book that I read to learn Spanish as an adult.This book is at my comprehensible reading level which made it an absolute delight. I was able to learn several new words through context as there is ample repetition.The plot was simple with a couple of twist and turns which kept it from being boring, but I doubt that I would enjoy this book much if it was much below my comprehensible reading level.I may read a few more of this series, but the plot simplicity makes me hesitant. " said.

"Re-read as German audio play.

We are still enjoying these stories. There is just enough intrigue to keep things interesting, but it's not too complicated, so it's perfect for my 5 year old. You also find out who the "mysterious M person" is in this book! I like that the author doesn't shy away from using more complicated/advanced vocabulary. Occasionally, I'll ask my son if he knows what such-and-such means. If he says no, I'll tell him. Most of the vocabulary you can figure out through the context, though.

First read April 2015
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"For the first time ever Alex made a request for a specific kind of book when we went to the library. His kindergarten teacher read them a Magic Treehouse book, and he wanted to get one for us to read at home. Couldn't exactly deny a request like that! This was a cute story... I loved the relationship between Annie and Jack as brother and sister. It's easy enough that before long my 5 year old will be able to read this on his own without much help. We look forward to reading others in this series." said.

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