Monday, January 19, 2015

Magic Tree House

Sorry about this post being so late. The document for My Kingdom for a Quest decided to go read-only last night, and while trying to get it editable again, completely forgot about a post for today.

I've got it editable again ... but now the margins are off, so I'm going to have to fix that. I have a plan of attack for that ... but I'll do it once I'm finished with this post.

Let's proceed.

Today I'm sharing with you a series that was a staple throughout my childhood. Magic Tree House,

You find out that it's Arthurian at the end of the fourth book, when Jack and Annie find out that the mysterious M is none other than Morgan Le Fay ... who for once isn't evil. (This is the main reason that I'm willing to let Madeleine claim to be Morgan for the purposes of My Kingdom for a Quest) However, the Arthurian involvement in the series is next to nil until book 29, when the Merlin missions begin.

I never finished the series, but I think V did, and my brother is currently tearing though the series.

It's a really interesting twist on Merlin and Morgan Le Fay.

These posts are in promotion of the newest book of the Bookania Quests, My Kingdom for a Quest, coming out February 14th. Click here if your interested in lending me your blog for the blog tour - I still have several open slots, particularly the last few days!


  1. You forgot to mention that your brother is currently tearing through this series. LOL He got a Kindle for Christmas and checks these out on Overdrive through our public library ... when he isn't rereading The Ankulen for the umpteenth time.

  2. Magic Tree House was a staple for my childhood too! I read most of them... and when the Merlin books started I read a few of those too... but then I grew out of the series. I have very fond memories of it.

    1. Indeed. Same here. Good books, loved the stories, but I grew out of them.

  3. Ooh, you put up a picture of Christmas in Camelot. That was my favorite Magic Treehouse book ever. My sister was more into them than I was, but I did really love that one. They're kind of liberal, but I still really liked them.


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