Night of the Ninth Dragon

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I think that Night of the Ninth Dragon is a good book. It is the fifty-fifth book in the Magic Tree House series. Queen Guinevere leaves a note, telling Jack and Annie to come to Camelot. The kingdom is in bad shape, and King Arthur is dying! In order to save the kingdom and the king, they have to find the ninth dragon. Along the way, they go through a lot to get that dragon. There are robbers and mermaids and unicorns and lots of other things! In the end, they find the dragon and save Camelot and King Arthur. Then Jack and Annie go back home and Camelot is saved. Night of the Ninth Dragon is a good book because it is very interesting. It has action without it being scary. I also like how the author used mythical creatures in the story. It makes it more creative. Another thing is that it is fun and easy to read. I like the whole concept of making this book about mythical creatures. You don’t always have to teach about real animals. I REALLY like how you can get a good history lesson with any of the Magic Tree House books without sitting in a boring classroom, listening to your teacher go on and on and on about the most boring thing ever all day. Overall, I think that Night of the Ninth Dragon is a good book for ages seven to ten.

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Author Mary Pope Osborne
Star Count 4.5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 144 pages
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
Publish Date 2016-07-26
ISBN 9780553510898
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Issue October 2016
Category Tweens


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