History Literature / TheMagicTreehouse

19th May '17 1:51:05 PM FT96
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** ''Perfect Time For Pandas'' has got to be an ironic title, considering that Jack and Annie were transported to the time of the Great Sichuan Earthquake of 2008. The Result? [[spoiler:Only 2 out of 16 roly-poly pandas in the reserve that they traveled to lives.]]
* BrattyHalfPint: Wolfie in ''Moonlight on the Magic Flute'' (Creator/WolfgangAmadeusMozart [[YoungFutureFamousPeople as a child]]).

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** ''Perfect Time For Pandas'' has got to be an ironic title, considering that Jack and Annie were transported to the time of the Great Sichuan Earthquake of 2008. The Result? [[spoiler:Only 2 out of 16 roly-poly pandas in the reserve that they traveled to lives.]]
* BrattyHalfPint: Wolfie in ''Moonlight on the Magic Flute'' (Creator/WolfgangAmadeusMozart [[YoungFutureFamousPeople as a child]]). Alexander the Great in "Stallion by Starlight" is an older example of this.



* TheDitz: Annie has her moments, her being the younger of the two.

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* TheDitz: Annie has her moments, her being the younger of the two. She grows out of this as she gets older.



* HornyVikings: ''Viking Ships At Sunrise''. Although none of the vikings wear horned helmets, [[ShownTheirWork just like in real life]].

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* HornyVikings: ''Viking Ships At Sunrise''. Sunrise.'' Although none of the vikings wear horned helmets, [[ShownTheirWork just like in real life]].



* NotAllowedToGrowUp: Averted. It seems this way, as we are constantly told that Jack is 7 and Annie is 6. But in ''Winter of the Ice Wizard'', Annie states that she's 9 and Jack is already 10, which means at most 3 years have passed since that time.

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* NotAllowedToGrowUp: Averted. It seems this way, as we are constantly told that Jack is 7 and Annie is 6. But in ''Winter of the Ice Wizard'', Annie states that she's 9 and Jack is already 10, which means at most 3 years have passed since that time. In "Soccer on Sunday," they are ten and eleven, respectively.
17th May '17 4:03:08 PM schoi30
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* HeroicDog: Book 54 focuses on Balto.
17th May '17 3:59:12 PM schoi30
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* PteroSoarer: Annie befriends a ''Pteranodon'', whom she names Henry, in ''Dinosaurs Before Dark''. Henry is accurate than most examples, aside from living in the wrong time period and being too large and strong enough to carry two human children.

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* PteroSoarer: Annie befriends a ''Pteranodon'', whom she names Henry, in ''Dinosaurs Before Dark''. Henry is accurate than most examples, aside from living in the wrong time period and habitat as well as being too large and strong enough to carry two human children.
17th May '17 3:57:52 PM schoi30
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* MisplacedWildlife: ''Sunset of the Sabertooth'' had a ''Smilodon'' living in Europe. ''Smilodon'' was a strictly American genus. Granted, it wasn't exactly identified (being called a "saber-toothed tiger") and could be some other genus native to that region, though the illustrations portray it as a ''Smilodon''.

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* MisplacedWildlife: MisplacedWildlife:
** ''Dinosaurs Before Dark'' showed a ''Pteranodon'' living inland, instead of near the ocean.
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''Sunset of the Sabertooth'' had a ''Smilodon'' living in Europe. Europe; ''Smilodon'' was a strictly American genus. Granted, it wasn't exactly identified (being called a "saber-toothed tiger") and could be some other genus native to that region, though the illustrations portray it as a ''Smilodon''.
17th May '17 3:55:40 PM schoi30
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* PteroSoarer: Annie befriends a ''Pteranodon'', whom she names Henry, in ''Dinosaurs Before Dark''.

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* PteroSoarer: Annie befriends a ''Pteranodon'', whom she names Henry, in ''Dinosaurs Before Dark''. Henry is accurate than most examples, aside from living in the wrong time period and being too large and strong enough to carry two human children.
17th May '17 3:53:21 PM schoi30
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* PteroSoarer: Annie befriends a ''Pteranodon'', whom she names Henry, in "Dinosaurs Before Dark".

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* PteroSoarer: Annie befriends a ''Pteranodon'', whom she names Henry, in "Dinosaurs ''Dinosaurs Before Dark".Dark''.
17th May '17 3:52:47 PM schoi30
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* TakenForGranite: Happens to the royal court in ''Christmas At Camelot''.

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* TakenForGranite: TakenForGranite:
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Happens to the royal court in ''Christmas At Camelot''.



* TimeTravel: And HOW.
** Unfortunately, they can't change anything that will happen (Pompeii and Titanic are prominent examples), but they can alter some minor details. In ''Civil War On Sunday'', [[spoiler:they save a drummer boy who would become their great-great-great grandfather]], and ''Earthquake in the Early Morning'' had them [[spoiler:be taken in a photograph with a piece of wood that had words of hope on it.]]

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* TimeTravel: And HOW.
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HOW. Unfortunately, they can't change anything that will happen (Pompeii and Titanic are prominent examples), but they can alter some minor details. In ''Civil War On Sunday'', [[spoiler:they save a drummer boy who would become their great-great-great grandfather]], and ''Earthquake in the Early Morning'' had them [[spoiler:be taken in a photograph with a piece of wood that had words of hope on it.]]
17th May '17 3:51:36 PM schoi30
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* ThreateningShark: The hammerhead shark from ''Dolphins At Day Break''and the great white shark from ''Shadow of the Shark''.

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* ThreateningShark: The hammerhead shark from ''Dolphins At Day Break''and Break'' and the great white shark from ''Shadow of the Shark''.
17th May '17 3:50:38 PM schoi30
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* RhinoRampage: The Indian rhinoceros in ''Tigers at Twilight'', though an actual rampage is prevented by the kids making loud noises which cause the rhino to back off.

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* RhinoRampage: The Averted with the woolly rhinoceros in ''Sunset of the Sabertooth'', and defied with the Indian rhinoceros in ''Tigers at Twilight'', though an actual rampage is prevented by the kids making loud noises which cause the rhino to back off.Twilight''.
17th May '17 3:49:41 PM schoi30
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* RhinoRampage: The Indian rhinoceros in ''Tigers at Twilight'', though an actual rampage is prevented by the kids making loud noises which cause the rhino to back off.
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