Random House Makes Magic Tree House

Random House Children’s Books has launched MagicTreeHouse.com, an online home for Mary Pope Osborne’s Magic Tree House series.

For nearly 20 years, it says, Mary Pope Osborne’s series about a brother and sister who travel through time has been trusted by parents and educators for its ability to simultaneously educate and entertain young readers.

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Brimming with engaging and interactive features for audiences of all ages, the site adds an exciting and enriching dimension to the Magic Tree House reading experience, says Random House.

An animated intro leads visitors to the home page, which features a bookshelf where children can view the full series, read excerpts, and create a personal wish list.

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The site features a fun and educational new game, Magic Tree House Missions, in which children join characters Jack and Annie as they travel through time and collect clues to solve puzzles and complete missions.

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The game features more than 60 unique missions and over 250 trivia questions based on facts found in the books. Children can also sign up to receive personalized Tree House Mail from Jack and Annie, and send and receive messages from author Mary Pope Osborne and Natalie Pope Boyce, co-author of the nonfiction companion Research Guides.

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Additionally, the On Stage section of the Web site lets visitors explore the ways they can see the book series come to life through live dramatic performance.

Fans can learn more about Magic Tree House: The Musical, a live musical adaptation of the series; Passport to Reading: A Magic Tree House Live Event, a touring events program that will bring Jack and Annie’s adventures to bookstores throughout the U.S.; Magic Tree House: Space Mission, a full dome planetarium show based on the series—and more.

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Moreover, the redesigned Teachers Club offers an array of resources, including lesson plans and 100 printable activities to help teachers incorporate the series into their curriculum.

The Classroom Idea Forum is a new feature that enables teachers to chat and share ideas. Parents will also enjoy access to activities that they can do with their children and a calendar of upcoming Magic Tree House events. They will also be able to track their child’s wish list.

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Random House Children’s Books collaborated with Cricket Moon Media to create MagicTreeHouse.com.

Magic Tree House fans can also enjoy the series on Facebook at Facebook.com/MagicTreeHouse and on Twitter at Twitter.com/RandomHouseKids

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