Jack and Annie end up in jail!
In their continued quest to discover the four secrets of happiness they end up in Victorian England. Some unusual confusion erupts, and the authorities sentence Jack and Annie to jail.
Luckily, a young Charles Dickens intervenes and saves the kids. No longer in jail, Jack and Annie are happy, but they realize that Charles Dickens is not. Can Jack and Annie weave ghostly, Christmas magic and bring happiness to him?
A Ghost Tale for Christmas Time, Magic Tree House Book # 44 is illustrated by Sal Murdocca. This book is ideal for the young reader between the ages four and eight-years-old.
A Ghost Tale for Christmas Time is the fourth installment in Magic Tree House Books 41-44.
A Ghost Tale for Christmas Time, Magic Tree House Book #44(A Stepping Stone Book(TM)) by Mary Pope Osborne. Audiobook, Audio CD and Kindle formats are available.
Magic Tree House Research Guide/Fact Tracker Book #22, a companion guide to A Ghost Tale Christmas Time.for
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