A Crazy Day with Cobras (Magic Tree House (R) Merlin Mission)
Mary Pope Osborne
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The fan-favorite chapter-book series sends Jack and Annie back to India over 400 years ago to search for a rare and precious emerald. Once there, they discover an amazing and exotic world filled with great danger. Will they find what they're looking for? Will they avoid the wrath of the all-powerful Great Mogul, survive a crazy ride on a wild elephant, escape an attack by king cobras—and make it back to the magic tree house alive?
Mary Pope Osborne brings together just the right combination of history, magic, and fast-paced adventure to satisfy kids, parents, teachers, and librarians all over the world with her New York Times bestselling series.
horse-drawn carriage. “Please take us to the trees outside the walls of the Red Fort,” Jack said. The guard flicked his reins. The black horses trotted along the river in the pink twilight. They passed veiled women on the backs of elephants, white oxen pulling a cart, and small boys driving a herd of sheep. They stopped near the row of dark trees outside the Red Fort. “This is fine. We’ll get out here, please,” said Jack. The guard gave them a silent nod. Jack and Annie jumped out of the
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faces in public.” “No problem, I’m getting used to it,” Annie said. “Wait, even if Annie’s a boy, they’re probably not going to believe that we’re ambassadors,” said Jack. Teddy and Kathleen gave each other blank looks. “I do not know why not,” said Teddy, “though I admit we do not really know very much about ambassadors.” “They’re people who visit other countries to represent their own country,” said Jack. “Splendid!” said Teddy. “So that’s what you’ll do—you’ll represent Frog Creek four
the ruler received each exquisite gift, he never changed his expression. Jack grew more and more anxious. If the Great Mogul seemed bored with these treasures, what would he think of a kid’s story? All the ambassadors from Europe were offered jewels from the silver tray. Then they resumed their place in line. Finally an imperial guard beckoned to Jack and Annie. It was their turn! Jack’s legs felt wobbly as he walked with Annie up the steps of the throne. The Great Mogul looked at them with
trees, birds cawed and flapped out of the brush. “Okay, slow down, Morning Breeze!” yelled Jack. “You’re back in the wild, so you can let us off now! We need to—” Before he could finish, the elephant lifted her trunk and let out a loud shriek. She reared up on her hind legs. Jack and Annie tumbled out of the carriage. They slid down the elephant’s back and fell onto the ground. Morning Breeze shrieked again and tore away through the forest. Jack and Annie lay in the dirt. They heard the