Civil War On Sunday (Magic Tree House #21)
Mary Pope Osborne
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Jack and Annie are ready for their next fantasy adventure in the bestselling middle-grade series—the Magic Tree House!
That's what Jack and Annie hear when the Magic Tree House whisks them back to the time of the American Civil War. There they meet a famous nurse named Clara Barton and do their best to help wounded soldiers. It is their hardest journey in time yet—and the one that will make the most difference to their own lives!
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that muskets were long, old-fashioned guns. “What are those flashes?” asked Annie. Jack tried to open his eyes and see what she was talking about. He saw bright flashes of light in the distance and puffs of smoke in the sky. “Cannon shells exploding,” said Clara Barton. “Shells are like small bombs. They have ruined much farmland.” Jack squinted at the passing countryside. The ground was filled with ugly holes. Long ditches were also cut through the fields. “Did the shells make those
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in the shade of an oak tree. These soldiers all wore blue uniforms. Again, Clara stopped the horses. “See if any of those men need a ride to the hospital,” she said to Jack and Annie. Jack glanced at the soldier sleeping in the back of the wagon. “Can a Confederate and a Union soldier be together?” he asked worriedly. Clara nodded. “Sometimes men are simply too sick and tired to be enemies anymore,” she said. “Sometimes they even know each other. Many families and friendships have been torn
list of Clara Barton’s rules out of his pack. He put it on the floor next to Morgan’s letter. “I wonder how that list will help save Camelot?” he said. “I don’t know,” said Annie. “But you know what’s weird about getting that list? I think we couldn’t just have taken it home when we first got it. We had to live it first.” Jack nodded. Annie was completely right, he thought. He picked up his backpack. “Wait! I see another note!” said Annie. She picked a piece of paper off the tree house
the book. “I wish we could go there,” Jack said. The wind started to blow. The tree house started to spin. It spun faster and faster. Then everything was still. Absolutely still. Are you a fan of the Magic Tree House® series? Visit our Web site at MagicTreeHouse.com Exciting sneak previews of the next book. Games, puzzles, and other fun activities. Contests with super prizes. And much more! Guess what? Jack and Annie have a musical CD! For more information about