Blizzard of the Blue Moon (Magic Tree House, No. 36)
Mary Pope Osborne
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Jack and Annie are off on another Merlin Mission. This time, Merlin has sent them to rescue a beautiful magical creature—the unicorn. But when they land in New York City during the Depression of the 1930s, Jack and Annie are confused. Where will they find a unicorn in a big city?
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mouth again, still unable to speak. Jack opened the door that led to the street. Jack and Annie followed Dianthus out of the museum and down the stone steps. The blizzard had gotten much worse. Snow was coming down harder than ever. The wind was wailing. The unicorn shook his head and knelt down. “He wants us to get on his back!” said Annie. “Quick! Climb on behind me!” Annie climbed onto the unicorn’s back. Jack climbed on behind her. Dianthus stood up to his full height. Grinda and Balor
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window, just in time to see two people rush across the platform toward one of the rear cars. One was dressed in a dark cape, the other in a tan raincoat. A bell sounded. The subway doors closed and the train started down the tracks. “Yay! They’re on the train!” exclaimed Annie. “Cool,” said Jack, grinning. “We’ll see them when we get off.” “Hey, where do we get off?” said Annie. “Oh, man, we forgot to ask!” said Jack. He turned to the lady next to them. “Excuse me, where do we get off for
roared, but the taxi’s wheels only spun in the snow. “What’s happening?” Jack wondered aloud. He tapped on the glass that separated them from the driver. The driver slid the window open. “Too bad, kiddos, looks like I’m stuck,” he said. “Are we near the zoo?” asked Annie. “It’s still a long ways from here, I’m sorry to say,” said the driver. “But this taxi’s not going anywhere. I don’t know what else to tell you.” “Oh. Well, thanks,” said Annie. “How much do we owe you?” “Forget it, kiddo,”
black rope. “Call out his name, Grinda,” said the boy. The girl took a step toward the tapestry. She raised her arms in front of the unicorn. “Dianthus!” she called. Wind whistled through the open doorway. The flowers in the tapestry swayed as if the wind were blowing them. The scent of roses wafted through the room. The unicorn moved his head. “Ohh!” whispered Annie. “Get ready, Balor, to take him back to the Master,” said the girl. Annie clutched Jack’s arm. “Who’s the Master?” she