Viking Ships At Sunrise

Viking Ships At Sunrise Jack and Annie are off in search of another story in jeopardy this time ata monastery in ancient Ireland Trouble arrives when Vikings land and Jack andAnnie must find a way to escape

  • Title: Viking Ships At Sunrise
  • Author: Mary Pope Osborne Salvatore Murdocca
  • ISBN: 9780679890614
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jack and Annie are off in search of another story in jeopardy, this time ata monastery in ancient Ireland Trouble arrives when Vikings land, and Jack andAnnie must find a way to escape

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    • Mary Pope Osborne Salvatore Murdocca

      Mary Pope Osborne has channeled a lifelong love of exploration and travel into one of the most popular children s book series of the past two decades With her fantastic Magic Tree House series, Mary Pope Osborne keeps the good times rolling for kids all over the world.



    857 thoughts on “Viking Ships At Sunrise


    • I didn't this book because I don't like Viking ships. I enjoyed this book because I liked the part when a sea serpent saved them when they were lost at sea.


    • The book I read today was number 15. It was about a brother and sister named Jack and Annie. Morgan gave them another mission to go to an island when the seas were filled with Vikings. She gave them a mission to find a secret story. The title of the story was called "Serpens Magma". When they went in the tree house they first waved good bye to Morgan.The tree house spun faster and faster them came to a halt. When they came out of the tree house they were in a island. They came out the tree house [...]


    • The book that I read today was about a brother and sister named jack and Annie. In the morning, jack and Annie went to the tree house. When they got there, Morgan lee fe was waiting for them. She had another mission for them to go to. She wanted them both to find a secret book that contained very important treasures. When they got in the book, Annie an jack found out that the seas where filled with Viking ships. When they saw the Vikings they where frightened, but the Vikings where nice. They bo [...]


    • Jack and Annie are new Master Librarians for Morgan Le Fey, and they are tasked with the retrieval of four lost stories. This particular episode sends the kids back in time to medieval Ireland, where they must retrieve an illuminated manuscript from a group of monks before vikings arrive and pillage the place.This had some fun plot twists, including a deus-ex-machina that was so over-the-top that it still falls into the "fun plot twist" category. The Kiddo enjoyed some of the little touches in t [...]


    • I'll probably be wrapping up my series of reviews of books from the Magic Tree House soon. My son has become a strong enough reader that he now reads these books by himself. With all my other reading I'm not sure I can keep up with them as he tears through this series.Viking Ship Before Sunrise is the third book in the lost works series. This time Jack and Annie have to go back to an island off the coast of Ireland to rescue an illuminated manuscript before the island is over run by Vikings.Ther [...]


    • I like Magic Tree House books. Jack and Annie went to Ireland to find a lost book. In Ireland they met Brother Patrick and followed him into a church. In the church Jack and Annie found the lost book but it wasn't finished. Back at the tree house they see the vikings so they go back to the church. The vikings tried to kill them but hey were able to get back home. I like the book because it was fun and you never know what will happen next.


    • i probably read this book like 5 times, we had a copy of this book since i was like 4 and it was just lying around so i read it often when i was littler than i am now.*3.5 stars



    • Jack and Annie went in Vikings time by the help of magic tree. But when they went their everything was quite and peaceful. They meet a jolly Monk name Brother Patrick who help them to reach the book they they want. And tell them about the Monk civilization and where thing in it. But when they reach the room that was full of Monks. They saw all the Monks was doing all kind of fun stuff some was playing chess other was painting and some was making books. Brother Patrick and Brother Micheal give th [...]


    • Muy interesante esta novela infantil ambientada en la Irlanda medieval, cuando los vikingos estaban atacando las costas de las islas británicas. El libro aporta datos históricos al tiempo que los protagonistas viven una aventura. Me gusta mucho que los hermanos sean tan distintos en cuanto a personalidad. La hermana atrevida y valiente y el hermano más cauto. Se complementan muy bien.Además, me parece muy atractiva la idea de una biblioteca con libros con los que poder viajar a otras épocas [...]


    • Yep, no curiosity. Unlike the first book, they do not even ask the fate of the people they left behind. About the cards, I think showing someone the card ought to be an announcement that something realy bad is about to happen which will destroy the book. If they know about the cards enough to know that it means they are friends of books and Morgan, then they ought to know why a Master Librarian (and honestly, the children are clearly novice librarians) would be sent to them.


    • The magic treehouse brings Annie and Jack to ancient Ireland just in time to see Vikings arrive to raid the monastary. As with all Magic Treehouse books, Viking Ships At Sunrise is simple and formulaic and easy to read. It is perfect for elementary school children and new readers. Some facts are given throughout the book. I recommend the Magic Treehouse series for new readers. They really build confidence!


    • Enjoyed hearing about illuminated manuscripts and Viking ships, had adventure without violence. Books seemed to be encountering a lot more mythical characters.


    • Cute. Just saw The Vikings exhibition at the ROM. But the book deals more with Irish monks than the Vikings.


    • really did not like this one excited to keep going with the series but hated this one! webt really slow, no real plot



    • I like this book because it was cool to read and it got interesting. Also I liked it because it did not leave me hanging.



    • From the moment this captivating novel begins, the reader is catapulted headfirst into a whirlwind of lurid action. Jack takes the narrative by storm in a manner reminiscent of the eponymous Rambo productions. Fortunately, to keep from over-stimulating engrossed readers, the text often veers into drab descriptions of the Viking times. However, like Leif Eriksson, the heroic Viking shrouded in legend for having discovered America 500 years before Columbus, Jack and Annie were drawn to the call of [...]


    • The early Middle Ages were once known as the "Dark Ages" because learning and culture nearly vanished throughout Europe.


    • “Vikings Ships at Sunrise,” was a good book. I enjoyed this book because it was easy to read, and the author did a good job of keeping the reader interested. The story starts out with Jack and Annie sitting at home. They decide that they are going to the tree house. When they arrived, Morgan Le Fay was waiting for them. She sends them to the seas of the Vikings. When they arrived in the sea, they were frightened by the Vikings. They realized that the Vikings meant no harm, and asked them if [...]


    • While Jack and Annie's parents are sleeping they sneak off to the magic tree house. That night they go to old Ireland to find a lost book. While there they met Brother Patrick and show him their Master Librarian card. They follow Brother Patrick back into the church where they find the book that they were looking for, but it wasn't finished. The two tried to take it to the magic tree house in an attempt to go home but on their way there they see Vikings. So Jack and Annie ran back into the churc [...]


    • Annie and Jack are sent back in time to ancient Ireland during the time of the Dark Ages. They have a story to retrieve while they are there but make some new friends along the way as well. Brother Patrick introduces the children to Brother Michael. Brother Michael has the book that the children have been sent to retrieve because it is the book that he has been working on his entire life; however, the book is not yet finished. While the children are in Ireland, Vikings attack! Annie and Jack win [...]


    • This title is kind of misrepresenting of this venture the kids go on in this story. The story was more about the history of Ireland and monks. And how monks needed to hand write the stories of Ireland's history or they would 'die' with their people. There were Vikings in the story and the author did incorporate them into the Ireland's history but picking the story up you think the story is going to be about the history and lessons on Vikings but it's not. The way she wrote about Ireland and monk [...]


    • 3.5 starsI got so excited when I read the title of this one and saw the picture on the cover of Jack and Annie in viking helmets in a viking ship! We're about to start our history unit on Vikings and I thought this might make a lovely complement to itIt's bad enough that Vikings get such a bad rap just because they didn't keep a written history at the time, so the only records we have of them are from the monks in the monasteries they'd raid. Now, apparently even children's books have to take th [...]


    • *Sigh* I wish I could have or make one of those beautiful painted manuscripts of the "Dark Ages".I've seen only one in person and it was one of the most amazing things I've ever seen. They truly were a work of art, which most people don't even know or think about :(I've been into the whole How To Train Your Dragon francise right now, so it was fun to read more about Vikings with more factual information. Though, it was very little in this book this time.The story was more about the Irish monks w [...]


    • Great history books for kids to learn about the world around them. Includes details of clothing from that time, as well as, other interesting facts to keep children interested in history.


    • -RANDOM HOUSE MAGIC TREE HOUSE,level 2.3-Time:12/9=75minutes-7word summary:Ireland-monk-Viking-ship sinks-hurry-surpent-heroes -Questions:1.If you can get on a ship,what kinds of ship do you want to get on?-I like to see many kinds of fish,so I want to see them even if in the ship!I mean,like an aqualium.Also,I want to get on the big and gorgeous ship.I want to enjoy shopping or playing games or having great foods there,but it's very expensive!2.Have you ever seen a besutiful sunrise in early mo [...]


    • Jack and Annie on on their third mission as Master Librarians. This time they must travel to ancient Ireland and save an ancient story before it is destroyed forever. They find themselves in Ireland in the Middle Ages and discover that the monks help save keep Western civilization alive. They even get to meet a very helpful monk, Brother Patrick, who shows them the monastery and most importantly, the monks library. But the book they are looking for is not ready, so Jack and Annie prepare to retu [...]


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