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Hurry Up, Houdini! ➶ [Read] ➲ Hurry Up, Houdini! By Mary Pope Osborne ➾ – Thomashillier.co.uk Magic Tree House features Jack and Annie and legendary magician, Harry Houdini If kids get hooked on Magic Tree House, they re hooked on reading The Magic Tree House books, with their fiction and non Magic Tree Housefeatures Jack and Annie and legendary magician, Harry Houdini If kids get hooked on Magic Tree House, they re hooked on reading The Magic Tree House books, with their fiction and nonfiction books, are perfect for parents and teachers just starting to get into the Core Curriculum With a blend of magic, adventure, history, science, danger, and cuteness, the book topics range from kid pleasers pirates, the Titanic, pandas to curriculum perfect rain forest, American Revolution, Abraham Lincoln to seasonal shoe ins Halloween, Christmas, Thanksgiving There is truly something for everyone here.


10 thoughts on “Hurry Up, Houdini!

  1. Randy Tramp Randy Tramp says:

    I asked my daughter to bring books home from school so we can read together She brought home Hurry Up, Houdini I read it and now I wait for her to read the book Then we talk about it I felt like I was in Coney Island on the amusement rides It was like I was a little kid paying a few pennies for a hot dog and coke The reader was transformed back to the early 1900 s Along with meeting Harry Houdini, we met his wife Bess They were a lovely couple and much in love It would of been exciting I asked my daughter to bring books home from school so we can read together She brought home Hurry Up, Houdini I read it and now I wait for her to read the book Then we talk about it I felt like I was in Coney Island on the amusement rides It was like I was a little kid paying a few pennies for a hot dog and coke The reader was transformed back to the early 1900 s Along with meeting Harry Houdini, we met his wife Bess They were a lovely couple and much in love It would of been exciting meeting Harry and Bess but Mary made the couple come alive This is the next best thing I won t reveal the lesson that was a take away from the story but I will say it was a great lesson Again I m looking forward to my daughter reading this book and the conversation that will follow


  2. C C says:

    In general, I find Annie annoying Mainly because part of the basic formula is that she doesn t listen, does what she wants, screws everything up, but somehow everything works out anyway She never learns, never progresses, never really seems to feel bad for her actions I get formulas for writing a long series of children s booksbut seriously After 50 adventures, shouldn t Annie have matured just a little Or is the fact that things always work out somehow what keeps her from feeling like s In general, I find Annie annoying Mainly because part of the basic formula is that she doesn t listen, does what she wants, screws everything up, but somehow everything works out anyway She never learns, never progresses, never really seems to feel bad for her actions I get formulas for writing a long series of children s booksbut seriously After 50 adventures, shouldn t Annie have matured just a little Or is the fact that things always work out somehow what keeps her from feeling like she has to change Anyway Claire does like listening to these, but I can only read them with her if I edit Annie


  3. Dahlia Quijano Dahlia Quijano says:

    I like this book because it showed that Houdini escaping a pot of milk.


  4. Joan Joan says:

    This is a typical Magic Tree House, except that Jack looses his temper with Annie He tells her firmly that his opinions count too and it is high time he did so But other than that, it is your typical little adventure, perfect for this age group Just enough tension to keep it interesting, not nearly enough to scare anyone All characters are nicely drawn but especially Bessie Houdini Osborne has figured out a way to impart good examples of moral behavior without it being labeled as such, espe This is a typical Magic Tree House, except that Jack looses his temper with Annie He tells her firmly that his opinions count too and it is high time he did so But other than that, it is your typical little adventure, perfect for this age group Just enough tension to keep it interesting, not nearly enough to scare anyone All characters are nicely drawn but especially Bessie Houdini Osborne has figured out a way to impart good examples of moral behavior without it being labeled as such, especially by her fans who absolutely love her books Highly recommended for this age group


  5. Lisa Lisa says:

    FANTASTIC And what an ending Maybe the best ending of the series Sorry but I don t have time to write anyon this one just trust me, it s brilliant because I m off to google Harry Houdini this happens every time I finish one of these books My interest is piqued and now I must know5 STARS


  6. Chelle Chelle says:

    Oh nostalgia These books are what got me into reading at a young age and as an ESL student I always recommend these books to young readers who are interested in getting into chapter books Just the right amount of history and fun, making you wantadventures with Jack and Annie.


  7. Amy Amy says:

    The kids, ages 7 and 9, gave this book 4 stars.


  8. Jessica Jessica says:

    One of my favorite Magic Treehouse books so far.


  9. Pamela Delgado Acosta Pamela Delgado Acosta says:

    This story is about two siblings Jack and Annie that go on an adventure on their magic tree house This time their mission was to discover Houndi the greatest escape artist s message of greatness Once they arrive they are in Conley island and notice they have some spare time before the Houdini show They ride some of the rides and eat some yummy food and before you know it, it was time for the show They run to the ticket office and unfourtuntly it is a sold out show Annie has an idea when she This story is about two siblings Jack and Annie that go on an adventure on their magic tree house This time their mission was to discover Houndi the greatest escape artist s message of greatness Once they arrive they are in Conley island and notice they have some spare time before the Houdini show They ride some of the rides and eat some yummy food and before you know it, it was time for the show They run to the ticket office and unfourtuntly it is a sold out show Annie has an idea when she over hears the owner say they don t have an opening act They would be there opening act and it will get them a chance to see Houdini Jack doesn t agree and leaves until he notices he has the magic mist and Annie would be able to do any magic tricks without it He hears back to her just in time for the show to start Jack and Annie get on stage and give the crowd a great proformace When they were done Houdini is no where to be found They had to go back and cover intell he arrived but they were running out of magic Nomagic for Jack and Annie the audience boo them Houdini finally arrives and puts on a great performace to the roariing crowd Jack and Annie still don t know the message of greatness They wait for Houdini outside his dressing room not knowing he had already left through a secret pathway They remember Houdini and Beth saying ice cream is great after a show They hurry to the ice cream shop and see them at a bench eating ice cream They seat next to them and a crowd recognizes Houdini and begin asking him questions Beth begans to tell Jack and Annie that magic never came easy to Houdini he worked really hard everyday and read all the books about magic Thats how he became the greatest of this time Jack ring began to glow that was the message Hardwork They could go home now Houdini said their isn t something that impresses him any since her has see and done it all Jack told him about the magic tree house and how this would be their magic trick to show Houdini as the were leaving the tree house began to spin and then disaprear right in front of Houdini and Beth Jack and Annie where back home and ready to eat dinner


  10. Sheila Sheila says:

    My class voted for this book for our class Read Aloud There were several kids that were interestedin Harry Houdini Now, I ve read almost all of these either with my own kids when they were in elementary school or with my school kids This was an OK book but not my favorite Magic Treehouse book Kids that love reading this series will like it, but for me the story dragged a little and wasn t as exciting as some of the others have been I do suggest this series to my students that are starting t My class voted for this book for our class Read Aloud There were several kids that were interestedin Harry Houdini Now, I ve read almost all of these either with my own kids when they were in elementary school or with my school kids This was an OK book but not my favorite Magic Treehouse book Kids that love reading this series will like it, but for me the story dragged a little and wasn t as exciting as some of the others have been I do suggest this series to my students that are starting to read chapter books They have a way of getting kids excited to read fantasy and time travel books which are some of my favorite genres to read


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