Balto of the Blue Dawn

Balto of the Blue Dawn Pack your snowshoes The magic tree house is taking Jack and Annie to Alaska in this NEW adventure in the New York Times bestselling Magic Tree House series The magic tree house has returned and it s t

  • Title: Balto of the Blue Dawn
  • Author: Mary Pope Osborne Salvatore Murdocca
  • ISBN: 9780553510850
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pack your snowshoes The magic tree house is taking Jack and Annie to Alaska in this NEW adventure in the New York Times bestselling Magic Tree House series The magic tree house has returned and it s taking Jack and Annie back in time to Alaska, 1925 There they meet Balto, a jet black Siberian husky destined to save victims of the diphtheria epidemic But the trail isnPack your snowshoes The magic tree house is taking Jack and Annie to Alaska in this NEW adventure in the New York Times bestselling Magic Tree House series The magic tree house has returned and it s taking Jack and Annie back in time to Alaska, 1925 There they meet Balto, a jet black Siberian husky destined to save victims of the diphtheria epidemic But the trail isn t easy, and Balto is going to need Jack and Annie s help Have fun with Jack and Annie on the Magic Tree House website at MagicTreeHouse.
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    • Mariah says:

      I read this book to my students and they LOVED it! "The magic tree house has returned and it’s taking Jack and Annie back in time to Alaska, 1925. There they meet Balto, a jet-black Siberian husky destined to save victims of the diphtheria epidemic. But the trail isn’t easy, and Balto is going to need Jack and Annie’s help!"

    • Erik This Kid Reviews Books says:

      What I Thought- This was a fun book. It chronicles the inspirational story that spurred the Iditarod Dogsled race in Alaska. The story is nice and kids will love it. The pages are certainly packed with excitement for younger readers. Jack and Annie are sent back to 1925 to the Alaska Territory to help Gunnar Kaasen and his lead dog Balto bring Diphtheria medication to the people of the territory. The chapters go quick and along with being enjoyable, are an easy read. I love this younger version [...]

    • Joy Carter says:

      The Magic Treehouse Mystery series is a great way to inspire children to read. I loved this one as I am a big fan of Balto. The second grade classroom I read this to last week while subbing loved it! I used it as an inspiration for them to write what they thought would happen next or what they wanted to happen next. It became a great writing prompt for them and some wrote pages to let me know their thoughts. Love it!

    • Karen says:

      Very few children will ever live in Alaska. And none will live in Alaska in the 1920s. But those children will get a glimpse of the difficult life there in this book.

    • Heather says:

      We all loved this one. There was a moment when we were really worried about Jack! The longer books take few more risks. And the kids were fascinated by the dog sleds.

    • Jessica says:

      This was my daughters first "Magic Treehouse" read. She is 5 and looks forward to reading more from the series.

    • Whole And says:

      Osborne's telling of the Balto story which took place in Alaska where adults and children were dying of Diphtheria doesn't fail. It's exciting, full of anticipation, wonder and of course magical. Accurate information about the time is incredibly memorable woven in to the fiction part of the story. A wonderful example of true hero's.

    • Amanda says:

      TheMagic Tree Housebooks are timeless children's classics and a perfect introduction to important historical events, places, and characters. I grew up reading them, and I'm so happy the series has continued! Point of reference: The only books in the series were #1 - 12 when I first started reading these.Vacation under the Volcanowas the "new book" in the series! In this installation, Jack and Annie are sent back in time to 1925 Alaska, aware from the pamphlet they're given to help educate them a [...]

    • Ms. Yingling says:

      Copy provided by the publisherJack and Annie are sent back to the Alaskan Territory in 1925, along with two kinds of magic powders: one will give them super skills that will help them with their mission, and the other will make everyone forget that they were there. They soon find out why they have been sent. They meet Oki, whose mother and sister are ill with diphtheria, and the medicine that they need has been delayed. Oki, whose uncle has sled dogs, is determined to set off to meet the dog sle [...]

    • Catherine says:

      This new addition to the very popular series will not disappoint readers. Jack and Annie are sent to the territory of Alaska in the year 1925. Morgan le Fay has sent two special boxes to help them on this trip. The gold box is filled with “enchanted gold dust” which they can use as needed “…to acquire a great skill” that will help them save the lives of others. The second box is blue and contains stardust which will erase “…any memory or evidence” of their visit. The siblings soo [...]

    • Jennifer says:

      Oh, you wanted a Jack and Annie adventure to go along with your Iditarod unit? Here you go! (Come on Columbus Day, hint hint!)Educators' needs aside, this was one of the better books in the series. Jack and Annie are sent back to the Alaska Territory in 1925 to help Gunnar Kaasen (kinda) bring Diphtheria medication to Nome via dog sled. There are only 10 chapters and they are succinct and action-packed. Unlike some of the later behemoths (such as #52 Soccer on Sunday) this book is easily read by [...]

    • Barbara says:

      Jack and Annie head back in time to Nome, Alaska in 1925. A diphtheria epidemic is threatening the lives of many of the town's citizens, and medicine is on the way from Anchorage. However, the weather is very bad, and a blizzard may keep the medicine from reaching the patients. Thanks to some magic and luck and a great dogsled team, the two are able to meet up with Balto, an amazing sled dog, and Gunnar, the man who's driving the sled. When an accident causes the precious medicine to be lost in [...]

    • Carol Royce Owen says:

      Although I have taught for many years, I'm rather new to the power of the Magic Tree House books, as I've rarely had opportunity to teach the audience these books are meant for. Now I see the lure, and understand why students read book after book in the series.In this installation, Jack and Annie are sent to Alaska in 1925 to help with the great serum race. With silver dust to give them power to be world champion mushers, and magic gold dust to cause all they come in contact with to forget them [...]

    • Daniela Kueper says:

      I love Magic Tree House Books. The imagination and detail in those books are always fascinating. In Balto of the Blue Dawn it is about an adventure in 1925 Alaska that involves sled dogs. This was my chosen book as a twin to Alaska and Working Dogs. In this book they actually refer to the dogs as working dogs when they talk about them delivering the mail. Such a great book and an easy chapter book to be easily read by children in 2nd grade. The beauty of these books is the truth of what is going [...]

    • Leto says:

      Jack and Annie are going to the Northern Territory in Alaska. Jack is able to use star dust to help in tough situations and use his brains to get them out of problems. Annie has a way with animals and can help the dogs that she meets, including Balto.Being inside Port Safety (AKA Ed's cabin), Jack was recovering after he had fallen through ice. He was warming up. Annie and Ed brought his sled dogs inside as well. I can't believe Siberian huskies are in this book! They're so helpful. They're also [...]

    • Jtimko says:

      Jack and Annie travel back in time to Nome, Alaska in 1925 during the great serum race in order to find a lost dog sled and deliver diphtheria medicine to the town. This is number 54 in the Magic Tree House Series in which the great serum race of 1925 is featured. After a quick introduction to Annie, Jack, and Morgan la Fay, the story begins. The story is well written and accurately researched. Black and white ink illustrations are scattered throughout the book and break up the chapters beautif [...]

    • Jen says:

      In February, I was looking for a great book to go along with my Iditarod Unit for my 3rd graders. Out came this title and I'm so happy that we were able to include this with our unit. Jack and Annie are sent to Alaska to help with the Great Serum Run. Each chapter had enough action packed adventure in it that it kept my students engaged and following along with the story. They particularly loved the ending. I have read a few Magic Tree House books and I must say, this is one of the better ones.

    • Reagan says:

      This book is great! This time, Jack and Annie go to Alaska to help save people of form dying from diseases. A blizzard started, so the medicine that was travelling to get there by dogsled had to stop. Jack and Annie need to find the dogsled that held the medicine and bring it to the sick people quick!What do you think will happen? Will Jack and Annie bring the medicine before it's to late? Read the book to find out!This book is super cool. I'm really glad that I can't got that disease nowadays. [...]

    • Serenity says:

      *I received a free copy of this book from the publisher through my district library services*This was the first Magic Tree House book I had read in years. It was fun, and Jack and Annie are the same pleasant heroes they've always been. A lot has changed, since they now use a lot of magic in their adventure, but I think faithful readers probably take that in stride. An interesting peek into 1920's Alaska and the hardships faced by people who lived there.

    • Arti says:

      Story is based around a famous dog sled race in 1925 which came to be known as the Great Race of Mercy(or the serum run) when a relay of sled teams carried a medicine to fight diphtheria from Anchorage in Alaska to remote Nome and covered the distance in brutal weather in 6 days Found it interesting that there is a statue in Central Park, New York of 'Balto'- the sled dog, who led the team on the final leg of the serum run

    • Trent Welbaum says:

      This book was very enjoyable to read! Annie and Jack go "back in time" and help save the day! There was a little town in Alaska called Nome. The city at the time was quarantined due to an epidemic of diphtheria, a dangerous disease. Annie and Jack dogsled to the nearest city where their is a cure for the epidemic. They travel through a stormy blizzard, and they come back with the cure and save the day!

    • Malik B. says:

      This was a fascinating book to read and finish, just a really good novel for anyone young. Magic Tree House was all that I read in my Elementary years. Practically had the whole series on a hardcover in my bookshelf. It's interesting because after finishing the last page, it made me want to read up more about the Iditarod and it's history. Great book all around, hope to see more in the series.

    • Greta says:

      It was really good, and I know I would've given it five stars if I had read it when I was younger. As a person past the recommended age group, at points I was having a hard time with the writing. It's very good though. Also, I got to meet Mary Pope Osborne at Anderson's last Friday! She was wonderful!

    • Anna says:

      The kindergartner definitely found this series more exciting last year. Since he finished the series with the currently available books (with the book before this one) he has become interested in Droon. Going back to The Magic Treehouse series now he was much less interested in it. I think he is outgrowing it - or maybe he needs to be a little older?

    • Shelli says:

      Join Jack and Annie as the Magic Tree House whisks them away to 1925 in Nome, Alaska; where a diphtheria epidemic is threatening to tear apart the town. These helpful tweens will give it their all to battle a snow storm and assist the most important dog sledding race of all time.

    • Deborah Thymianos says:

      Highly RecommendYears ago I read a story about Balto. As as I saw this book, I was immediately drawn to it. When I introduced the book to my students, they were excited because they all love the Magic Tree House books. They loved it, and could not stop reading the book.

    • Nathaniel says:

      i liked it

    • jamie says:

      Good

    • erica says:

      Annie & Jack continue their magic adventures in Nome, Alaska in 1925and help with the great serum race.

    • Caleb says:

      i liked it

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