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Download Magic Tree House, Book 39: Dark Day in the Deep Sea Audiobook (Unabridged)

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Jack and Annie of Frog Creek, Pennsylvania, know they have to find one of the four secrets of happiness to help save Merlin the magician. But when the magic tree house whisks them off to a misty island in the middle of nowhere, they wonder how they will find anything. As the fog lifts, they see a huge three-masted ship - could it be a pirate ship?

When a small rowboat makes its way to shore, the three men inside don't look like pirates at all. The ship turns out to be the world's first floating science laboratory, filled with sailors and scientists. Instead of hunting for treasure, the ship's crew is searching for undiscovered sea creatures - and for the giant sea monster that seems to be following them!

Mary Pope Osborne takes young listeners on a stormy and thrilling ocean adventure packed with history, mystery, and magic. Download and start listening now!

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  • 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 by Christopher Salcedo | 2/20/2014

    " I like this book because in the book it states, Jack and Annie of Frog Creek, Pennsylvania, know they have to find one of the four secrets of happiness to help save Merlin the magician. But when the magic tree house whisks then off to a misty island in the middle of nowhere, they wonder how they will find anything. As the fog lifts, they see a huge three-masted ship-could it be a pirate ship? When a small rowboat makes its way to shore, the three men inside don't look like pirates at all.(pg.1) Another reason I like this book is because in the book it states, you might think I spent every summer playing in the water. But sadly, I was afraid of the ocean. Only as a grown up did I realize that the creatures of the sea were probably more afraid of me than I was of them. Since learning this, I have not been afraid- in fact, I'v gone snorkeling in the waters of the Caribbean and have swum with dolphins off the coast of Mexico.(pg.68) The last reason I like this book is because this is A MERLIN MISSION book. A MERLIN MISSION book are the latest books in the Magic Tree House series. They are different from the other books in many ways.(PG.100) Someone who would like this book is my cousin Natalio Duran. I know that he would like this book because he likes books that have a ocean in it and he also likes THE MAGIC TREE HOUSE books. I know that he (Natalio Duran) likes THE MAGIC TREE HOUSE books because when I went to his house one time he had a bunch of MAGIC TREE HOUSE books when he was only reading one of them. He would also like this book because it has action/adventure. I know he likes action/adventure books because first, he likes action/adventure games, and movies. One challenging aspect of this book is when a Octopus was on top of a boat and it was helping Jack and Annie. I say that is a challenging aspect of this book because the way that part of the story was told, because first it says the Octopus was chocking Jack and Annie, then it says the Octopus was helping the children (Jack and Annie). Another challenging aspect of this book is the point of view says that first Jack is telling the story then it says Annie is telling the story. That is a challenging aspect in this story because it makes my head not understand the story a little bit. A character that I can describe well in this story is Henry Moseley. Henry Moseley was a young man, in his twenties when the voyage began. He loved natural history and became one of the greatest natural scientists of his time. The chief scientist on the Challenger was Charles Wyville Thomson, a brilliant Scottish professor.Henry Gwyn Jeffreys Moseley (23 November 1887 – 10 August 1915) was an English physicist. Moseley's outstanding contribution to the science of physics was the justification from physical laws of the previous empirical and chemical concept of the atomic number. "

  • 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 by Gray Kemplin | 2/14/2014

    " Jack and Annie find her majesty's ship Challenger. HMS stands for her majesty's ship. "

  • 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 by ♥ Sarah ♥ | 2/2/2014

    " I think I got hooked to the Merlin Mission ones in 1st or 2nd grade when I got I think Summer of the Sea Serpent. And in third grade Kendall would borrow all the copies I had (I do have all of them) and she would read em. (We even tried to start a series of books about Animals, but we kinda didn't so good so we gave up,) (C'mon, we were only 8 and 9!!) "

  • 2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5 by Tricia | 1/28/2014

    " As I was reading this, I thought "all right, this one really has dramatic tension, they really do get better as the series progresses." But then MPO took out a 2-by-4 and starting hitting us over the head with it. Oof. We get it! All life is precious! But how are scientists going to understand the sea and the creatures within if they can't study it? Anyway, too much preaching. Enthusiasm balloon seriously deflated. "

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