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Mummies in the Morning Review

Guest Author - Taisha Turner

Mummies in the Morning review web page. Mary Pope Osborne is the author of Mummies in the Morning, Magic Tree House Book #3. Jack and Annie have an early morning adventure. The curious kids return to the magic tree house. They want to discover the identity of the tree houseís true owner.

Once inside the tree house, Jack and Annie find a book on Ancient Egypt. The magic tree house is a time portal. It transports the Frog Creek kids outside the pyramid of Queen Hutepi. Jack and Annie follow what they think is a parade into the pyramid. In reality, it is a funeral procession.

The Frog Creek Kids encounter tomb robbers and Queen Hutepiís ghost. Brother and sister learn cool facts about Ancient Egypt. Hieroglyphs are a form of writing. Jack reads the definition of a sarcophagus, mummy and scepter. As usual, Jack records the facts while reckless Annie leads them to danger. This time the danger brings the boy and girl detectives into a false passage.

Mummies in the Morning, a mystery story book, is satisfying. The fantasy book is fun and children learn about Ancient Egypt. Children like the idea of a magic tree house to take them to new places. Some say Mummies in the Morning, Magic Tree House Book #3, is scary. Jack and Annie are lost in a dark tunnel and meet a ghost.

The early reader chapter book is for early elementary kids making the transition from picture books to chapter books. Mummies in the Morning #3 is for juveniles between five and eight-years-old. The Magic Tree House Book #3 has sixty-five pages divided into ten chapters. Sal Murdoccaís pen and ink sketches adorn the pages.

Mummies & Pyramids(Magic Tree House Research Guide) is the nonfiction companion guide to Mummies in the Morning #3. Use the research guide to help children learn more about Ancient Egypt. The research guide is great for use in the home and school.

Take a moment and test your knowledge of the Magic Tree House Books. This link will transport you to the quiz. Share the quiz with friends. Have fun!

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Children need a regular routine. A set bedtime and safe place to sleep are part of the daily routine. Read a bedtime story as part of the nightly ritual. Read quiet, soothing books to children in their warm, comfortable bed. This allows a child to associate reading with comfort and security. The association will continue a lifetime.

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