By Mary Pope Osborne, Natalie Pope Boyce
Lions and tigers and bears—oh, man!
Jack and Annie have survived every kind of hazards on their adventures within the magic tree apartment. learn how you could live to tell the tale plenty of frightening occasions, together with sharks, earthquakes, fires, shipwrecks, and plenty of extra! contains a compass embedded within the entrance disguise. With full-color images and illustrations, proof approximately real-life survival tales, and suggestions from Jack and Annie, it is a must-have for all survivors of the bestselling Magic Tree condominium series.
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