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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Sal Murdocca,Mary Pope Osborne
  • ISBN:
    0679863710
  • ISBN13:
    978-0679863717
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  • Publisher:
    Random House Books for Young Readers (March 21, 1995)
  • Pages:
    80 pages
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    Literature & Fiction
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it's no wonder kids love Magic Tree House books As with all Magic Tree House books, Night of the Ninjas uses short sentences and easy words, allowing early elementary kids to have success reading . .

it's no wonder kids love Magic Tree House books. I have purchased 4 at a time and he reads them in days. As with all Magic Tree House books, Night of the Ninjas uses short sentences and easy words, allowing early elementary kids to have success reading a chapter book. As an added bonus, they teach a little bit of history. I recommend this book (and all Magic Tree House books) to kids who have recently learned to read.

Night of the Ninjas book. by. Mary Pope Osborne, Salvatore Murdocca (Illustrator). Jack and Annie are ready for their next fantasy adventure in the bestselling middle-grade series?the Magic Tree House! Have you ever met a real live ninja?

Night of the Ninjas, by Mary Pope Osborne; illustrated by Sal Murdocca. p. cm. - (The Magic tree house series; "A First stepping stone book. III. Series: Osborne, Mary Pope. Magic tree house series; #5.

Night of the Ninjas, by Mary Pope Osborne; illustrated by Sal Murdocca. SUMMARY: The magic tree house takes Jack and Annie back in time to feudal Japan where the siblings learn about the ways of the Ninja. eISBN: 978-0-375-89422-0 I. Murdocca, Sal, ill. II. Title.

Osborne . Mary pope. Eight-year-old Jack and his little sister, Annie, are playing in the woods during their summer holiday, when they find a mysterious tree house full of books. But these are no ordinary books. And this is no ordinary tree house. Morgan le Fay - the owner of the Magic Tree House and all its mysterious books is missing and needs Jack and Annie's help! They follow her clues to Japan where they find themselves in the middle of a feud between Japanese ninja warriors and Samurai warlords

Magic Tree House: Adventures with Jack and Annie, perfect for readers who are just beginning chapter books Merlin Missions: More challenging adventures for the experienced . Osborne, Mary Pope; Murdocca, Sal. Published by Random House Books for Young Readers.

Osborne, Mary Pope; Murdocca, Sal. ISBN 10: 0679863710 ISBN 13: 9780679863717.

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The books are divided into brief chapters, each of which has one or more intriguing illustrations by Sal Murdocca, the illustrator for all of the MTH books. Night of the Ninjas, Magic Tree House, Book #5. Teachers and parents looking for specific information about a variety of reading level measures for the books, as well as curriculum connections and lessons plans, will find Mary Pope Osborne's Magic Tree House Classroom Adventures Program site a valuable resource.

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But these are no ordinary books. Morgan le Fay - the owner of the Magic Tree House and all its mysterious books is missing and needs Jack and Annie's . Books related to Magic Tree House 5: Night of the Ninjas. Morgan le Fay - the owner of the Magic Tree House and all its mysterious books is missing and needs Jack and Annie's help! They follow her clues to Japan where they find themselves in the middle of a feud between Japanese ninja warriors and Samurai warlords. Will Jack and Annie find the tree house again? Or will they be caught up in a terrifying battle? In this series.

The #1 bestselling chapter book series of all time celebrates 25 years with new covers and a new, easy-to-use numbering system! Have you ever met a real live ninja? Jack and Annie do when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to ancient Japan, where they find themselves in the cave of a ninja master. Will they learn the secrets of the ninja? Or will the evil samurai warriors get them first? Did you know that there’s a Magic Tree House book for every kid? Magic Tree House: Adventures with Jack and Annie, perfect for readers who are just beginning chapter books Merlin Missions: More challenging adventures for the experienced reader Super Edition: A longer and more dangerous adventure Fact Trackers: Nonfiction companions to your favorite Magic Tree House adventures Have more fun with Jack and Annie at MagicTreeHouse.com!

Whiteflame
This book is very typical of the Magic Tree House series. Youngsters Jack and Annie travel to distant lands and times in service to Morgan le Fey, who controls the tree house which magically appears in their backyard. On each adventure the pair are supposed to retrieve some artifact or bit of knowledge to help Morgan, who in this case seems to have mysteriously disappeared. The books are organized into groups of four because Jack and Annie always have to find four things to complete their mission. In this case, the four things all begin with the letter "M".

The writing, while not terribly involved or gripping, is basically appropriate for the target audience - young readers just venturing into chapter books, perhaps ages 6 through 9. My 7-year-old enjoys the books, I think largely because she's sort of taken aback with herself that she actually can read and understand them.

My concern with this book concerns the topic of ninjas vs. samurai. Like all Magic Tree House books, it does not delve too deeply into the actual history of ninjas, but what it does portray is very stereotypically binary good vs. evil and not exactly accurate. In the book, Jack and Annie encounter two ninjas who take them to the ninja master. The ninja master tells them that they must get away from the samurai, who are apparently the "bad guys". We learn absolutely nothing about the apparent feud between the groups or why the samurai are evil. In historical reality, however, while neither the ninjas nor the samurai were completely good or completely evil, the samurai are more associated with honor and nobility. They hailed from the royal and noble classes of feudal Japan and their practice of "bushido" involved a strict code of honor and ethics, including and especially in combat. The ninjas, on the other hand, were recruited from the lower classes and their tactics included more guerilla-type warfare such as infiltration, espionage, arson and assassination. They were mercenaries loyal to whomever was paying them. The wise and benevolent ninja master would have been more believable as a samurai master, perhaps. In any case, it would have been nice had the book explored the actual history in at least a little more depth.
Tygolar
The Magic Tree House takes Jack and Annie back hundreds of years to Old Japan where they encounter ninjas, a ninja master, and samurai. As with all Magic Tree House books, Night of the Ninjas uses short sentences and easy words, allowing early elementary kids to have success reading a chapter book. As an added bonus, they teach a little bit of history. I recommend this book (and all Magic Tree House books) to kids who have recently learned to read.
Sti
We're hooked! We've read the First five books of Jack and Annie's adventures, and can't wait to read more! When looking for a good early chapter book for my 4 year old, I wasn't expecting to find a whole series - let alone one I thoroughly enjoy myself! While we only read a couple of chapters a night, each and every night there is, at least, one time I find my daughter holding her breath while listening flatly. To top it off, each book is set in different settings that offer wonderful teaching opportunities! Terrific! This series is a DEFINITE RECOMMEND!
Dakora
All of my children read these books! We love Magic Tree House! Wonderful first chapter books to read together. I bought them for my 16 year old when he was 5 and my two other children are reading them 6 and 9 years old now. Quality that lasts!
Nekora
great read
Steelcaster
I love these books!My name is Annie, I'm 7.I have a 2-year-old brother named Jack.I absolutely recommend this series to you.
Kahavor
Got the 6 year old hooked on the series. He loves Ninjas. Although there really isn't much ninja stuff in this story.
Grandson enjoy reading these book.