Magic Tree House Books Fact Trackers

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The Magic Tree House Books are very popular among children from all around the world. Written by famous author Mary Pope Osborne, the Magic Tree House series includes a series of impressive stories, many times awarded for their great action and unique plot. In this long running book series you will find numerous successful stories and Magic Tree House Books Fact Trackers surely is one of them. Magic Tree House Books Fact Trackers was actually written by Mary Pope Osborne, Will Osborne and Natalie Pope Boyce.

First released in 2000, Magic Tree House Books Fact Trackers are even more fascinating as they present the story in a deeper manner, providing more information and making the action quite thrilling. The Magic Tree House Books Fact Trackers series has not ended yet, so the famous writers are still working to release new books of this series. In May 2012, 24 Magic Tree House Books Fact Trackers have been published. The first story in this Magic Tree House Books Fact Trackers series was out in 2000, the famous Dinosaurs. The same year more Magic Tree House books were published, so besides Dinosaurs, the authors also launched Knights and Castles, Mummies and Pyramids and Pirates. The next year, Magic Tree House books series continued with titles such as Rain Forests and Space. In 2002, Titanic was the next of the Magic Tree House Books Fact Trackers series to be released.

Starting with 2003, having under consideration the amazing success of the Magic Tree House Books Fact Trackers series, the story continued with Twisters and Other Terrible Storms, Dolphins and Sharks, Ancient Greece and the Olympics, American Revolution, Sabertooths and the Ice Age, Pilgrims, Ancient Rome and Pompeii, Tsunamis and Other Natural Disasters, but also Polar Bears and the Arctic. Since 2008 until today, 10 more Magic Tree House Books Fact Trackers were published. They include: Sea Monsters, Penguins and Antarctica, Leonardo da Vinci, Ghosts, Leprechauns and Irish Folklore, Rags and Riches: Kids in the Time of Charles Dickens, Snakes and Other Reptiles, Dog Heroes, as well as Abraham Lincoln and Pandas and Other Endangered Species.

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