By Mary Pope Osborne
Time-traveling brother-and-sister group Jack and Annie need to discover a convinced type of food--the fourth factor had to shop Merlin's loved penguin, Penny. The magic tree apartment whisks them off to a village within the mountains of southeast China, on the subject of a world-famous panda reserve. Will it's their least difficult experience but? no longer an opportunity! Jack and Annie don't are aware of it, yet they've arrived at the day of a old earthquake!
How will Jack and Annie live to tell the tale whilst the large quake moves? Will they have the capacity to rescue the pandas? and the way will they ever come again to the tree residence that will satisfy their quest to save lots of Penny as well?
Mary Pope Osborne evokes one other fast moving event choked with threat, secret, and magic within the bestselling Magic Tree apartment sequence.
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