Fun and adventure don’t have to end when the camping trip is over.
Scouts can experience spellbinding, heart-racing excitement just by opening the latest book in the Magic Tree House series from Random House.
The best-selling series by Mary Pope Osborne follows Jack and Annie Smith, a brother and sister from the fictional small town of Frog Creek, Pa., as they embark on adventures through a magical tree house.
Jack and Annie have had many adventures through history, including crossing the Delaware River with George Washington, witnessing Jackie Robinson’s debut in Major League Baseball and helping rescue victims of the 1900 hurricane in Galveston, Texas.
In their latest adventure, Magic Tree House #31: Warriors in Winter, the siblings travel in time to meet the greatest warriors of all: the Romans.
Which Magic Tree House books are right for my reader?
- Magic Tree House: Perfect for readers ages 6 to 9 who are just beginning chapter books
- Merlin Missions: More challenging adventures for the experienced reader, ages 7 to 10
- Fact Trackers: Nonfiction companions to your reader’s favorite Magic Tree House adventures
How to win a Reading Warrior patch
Random House cares about promoting youth literacy. That’s why they’ve teamed up with Boys’ Life magazine, which has been an advocate for youth literacy for more than a century.
Random House and BL are giving away an exclusive Magic Tree House patch to 1,000 lucky readers.
Parents and their Scouts can follow the instructions at this link to enter. But hurry! The opportunity ends March 15, 2019.
In addition to patches for the first 1,000 who enter, 20 lucky readers will be randomly selected to receive a copy of Warriors in Winter.
What’s next in the Magic Tree House?
The excitement continues with book No. 32 in the series: To the Future, Ben Franklin!
This one flips the script as the first Magic Tree House book to bring someone from history back to present day.
To the Future, Ben Franklin! goes on sale July 2, along with the corresponding non-fiction Fact Tracker book, Benjamin Franklin.
Learn more about the Magic Tree House books at the official site.