By Mary Pope Osborne
Jack and Annie are prepared for his or her subsequent event within the ny instances bestselling middle-grade series--the Magic Tree House!
Are you prepared for a presidential adventure?
Jack and Annie are! they try to get a unique feather that might support keep Merlin's child penguin, Penny. while the magic tree residence whisks them again to Washington, D.C., in 1861, Jack can't wait to fulfill Abraham Lincoln himself! however the new president is just too busy to determine them, as he's desperately attempting to store a country in crisis.
When Jack and Annie ask for a few magical aid, they return even additional in time to a mysterious woods. Are those a similar woods the place Abraham Lincoln takes his day-by-day horse journey? if this is the case, can an orphan named Sam aid them locate Abe? Or will Jack and Annie need to support Sam instead?
It's a race opposed to time as Jack and Annie try and do the precise factor. Plus, they nonetheless need to relief a president and a afflicted state, in addition to get the thing that would store Penny the penguin!
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Extra resources for Abe Lincoln at Last! (Magic Tree House, Book 47)
The word means “a little heart∏” in Chinese. Inking Stones: Flat stone trays for grinding ink for Chinese paintings and writing. Mooncakes: Round cakes with sweet fillings eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival. Lions: Guard buildings from evil spirits. They often have a stone ball in their mouths that children spin for good luck. Name chops: Wood or stone stamps carved with a person’s (Chinese) name. Lucky money: Red envelopes filled with new dollar bills given during the Lunar New Year or Goldfish: Symbolize wealth hung from tree branches and chase away evil spirits.
For good luck. Paintbrush racks: For hanging special brushes used in Chinese writing and painting.
Mooncakes: Round cakes with sweet fillings eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival. Lions: Guard buildings from evil spirits. They often have a stone ball in their mouths that children spin for good luck. Name chops: Wood or stone stamps carved with a person’s (Chinese) name. Lucky money: Red envelopes filled with new dollar bills given during the Lunar New Year or Goldfish: Symbolize wealth hung from tree branches and chase away evil spirits. for good luck. Paintbrush racks: For hanging special brushes used in Chinese writing and painting.
Abe Lincoln at Last! (Magic Tree House, Book 47) by Mary Pope Osborne