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'''Pirates Past Noon''' is the fourth installment in the [[Magic Tree House series]]. It was written by Mary Pope Osborne and Illustrated by Sal Murdocca.
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'''Pirates Past Noon''' is the fourth installment in the [[Magic Tree House series]]. It was written by [[Mary Pope Osborne]] and illustrated by [[Sal Murdocca]].
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
As the book starts off, [[Jack]] and [[Annie]] are stuck inside due to a storm. They decide to go to the [[Magic Tree House|tree house]].
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===Back for the fourth time===
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As the book starts off, [[Jack]] and [[Annie]] are stuck inside due to a storm. They decide to go to the [[Magic Tree House|tree house]] in order to do something fun. They put on their rain clothes and head out. When they get to the oak tree, the tree hosue is there. They climb up the rope ladder and enter. While looking through the books, they find a book about pirates. Annie, without even knowing where they were going, wishes them off to an island paradise. Just as all the magic begins, a parrot appears outside. Annie names it Polly.
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===Meeting the pirates===
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[[Image:AK000573.jpg|thumb|left|The kds meeting Captain Bones]]
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The tree house lands in a palm tree on a beach. Jack and Annie leave the tree hosue and go to the beach. They see a ship coming for them carrying a flat with a skull and crossbones. Jack looks at the cover of the book and finds out that it is a pirate book. Jack starts to take notes when Annie sees that some pirates are coming in a rowboat. As they starts to run, Jack loses his glasses. He finds them and his backpack and runs for the tree house. Annie makes it to the top of the tree house, but Jack turns and sees that he has left the pirate book. He runs as fast as he can to the beach. He grabs the book, but gets caught by the pirates. Annie comes to save him, but is caught, too. The other two pirates, Stinky and Pinky, search the tree house, but are disappointed to find only books. Then they find the "m" medallion. They toss it down to Captain Bones, who fires off two pistols. Bones then makes Jack read a treasure map to Captain Kidd's treasure.
   
 
==Research Guide==
 
==Research Guide==

Revision as of 21:30, February 8, 2009

Pirates

Pirates Past Noon is the fourth installment in the Magic Tree House series. It was written by Mary Pope Osborne and illustrated by Sal Murdocca.

Synopsis

Back for the fourth time

As the book starts off, Jack and Annie are stuck inside due to a storm. They decide to go to the tree house in order to do something fun. They put on their rain clothes and head out. When they get to the oak tree, the tree hosue is there. They climb up the rope ladder and enter. While looking through the books, they find a book about pirates. Annie, without even knowing where they were going, wishes them off to an island paradise. Just as all the magic begins, a parrot appears outside. Annie names it Polly.

Meeting the pirates

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The kds meeting Captain Bones

The tree house lands in a palm tree on a beach. Jack and Annie leave the tree hosue and go to the beach. They see a ship coming for them carrying a flat with a skull and crossbones. Jack looks at the cover of the book and finds out that it is a pirate book. Jack starts to take notes when Annie sees that some pirates are coming in a rowboat. As they starts to run, Jack loses his glasses. He finds them and his backpack and runs for the tree house. Annie makes it to the top of the tree house, but Jack turns and sees that he has left the pirate book. He runs as fast as he can to the beach. He grabs the book, but gets caught by the pirates. Annie comes to save him, but is caught, too. The other two pirates, Stinky and Pinky, search the tree house, but are disappointed to find only books. Then they find the "m" medallion. They toss it down to Captain Bones, who fires off two pistols. Bones then makes Jack read a treasure map to Captain Kidd's treasure.

Research Guide

The non-fiction companion to Pirates Past Noons the research guide Pirates. It was written by Mary Pope Osborne and Will Osborne and illustrated by Sal Murdocca.

See Also

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