History Literature / TheMagicTreehouse

22nd Jun '16 11:41:35 AM schoi30
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* BaleyfulPolymorph: Many times: ranging from Morgan le Fay turned into a mouse, Teddy accidentally turned into a dog, then he, Jack and Annie accidentally turned into ravens...the list goes on and on.

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* BaleyfulPolymorph: BalefulPolymorph: Many times: ranging from Morgan le Fay turned into a mouse, Teddy accidentally turned into a dog, then he, Jack and Annie accidentally turned into ravens...the list goes on and on.
22nd Jun '16 11:40:04 AM schoi30
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* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: ''Tigers at Twilight'' and ''Good Morning, Gorillas'' had monkeys and apes respectively.

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* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys: ''Afternoon in the Amazon'', ''Tigers at Twilight'' Twilight'', and ''Good Morning, Gorillas'' had monkeys and apes respectively.


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* HonorableElephant: The wooly mammoth in ''Sunset of the Sabertooth'', the African elephant in ''Lions At Lunchtime'', and the Asian elephant in ''Tigers At Twilight''.
22nd Jun '16 11:31:22 AM schoi30
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* MisplacedWildlife: ''Sunset of the Sabertooth'' had a ''Smilodon'' living in a snowy environment in Europe. ''Smilodon'' was a strictly American genus, and it lived only in warmer climates.
15th Jun '16 10:57:35 PM sparkles38
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* WiseBeyondTheirYears: Jack, which is disturbing considering how realistic the books are.

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* WiseBeyondTheirYears: Jack, which is disturbing considering how realistic the books are.take place in a ''mundane'' world, the only unusual thing about it being the ''treehouse''.
15th Jun '16 10:56:35 PM sparkles38
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* WiseBeyondTheirYears: Jack, which is disturbing considering how realistic the books are.
18th May '16 8:05:31 PM Camilla
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* BaleyfulPolymorph: Many times: ranging from Morgan le Fay turned into a mouse, Teddy accidentally turned into a dog, then he, Jack and Annie accidentally turned into ravens...the list goes on and on.



** Jack is face to face with a menacing one in ''Moonlight of the Magic Flute'' (with an illustrated picture of Jack knowing that he's in trouble).



* ChekhovsGunman: Teddy the dog is actually a boy, and he returns in a later book to help Jack and Annie.

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* ChekhovsGunman: Teddy the dog is actually a boy, and he returns in a later book books to help Jack and Annie.



* CoolCrown: An ''emperor penguin'' dons one of these in ''Eve of the Emperor Penguin''.



* DarkerAndEdgier: The first Special Edition book, "Danger in the Darkest Hour," takes place during World War II.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: The first Special Edition book, "Danger in the Darkest Hour," takes place during World War II.II where they must save Kathleen during the Blitz.



** In ''Haunted Castle on Hallow's Eve'', the rhyme Teddy uses to make himself into a raven ("Make me a raven, one, two, three!") is misinterpreted as him, Jack ''and'' Annie transformed into ravens.



* {{Ninja}}s: ''Night of the Ninjas''

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* {{Ninja}}s: The subject of ''Night of the Ninjas''Ninjas'' although it's more of the "using nature to help you" than it involves dressing up as one.



* OhCrap: Whenever something bad happens, poor Jack will be thinking this.

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* OhCrap: Whenever something bad happens, poor Jack will be thinking this. One prominent scene is in ''Revolutionary War on Sunday'' where Annie (after George Washington has found out the two snuck on the ship while he's crossing the Delaware) exclaims "Merry Christmas!" while Jack is thinking how screwed they are.



* WhamLine: In ''Good Time For Ghosts'' Annie reveals to Jack that they have to do something they've never done before.
-->'''Annie:''' We have to show him [Louis Armstrong] the book.



** In ''Afternoon on the Amazon'', Jack complains about this, saying that doesn't understand how she can be freaked out about visiting a jungle full of bugs after being fine with meeting dinosaurs, pirates, and ghosts.

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** In ''Afternoon on the Amazon'', Jack complains about this, saying that he doesn't understand how she can be freaked out about visiting a jungle full of bugs after being fine with meeting dinosaurs, pirates, ninjas and ghosts.
5th Apr '16 6:55:15 PM stuffedninja
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8th Oct '15 7:48:30 PM schoi30
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** They return in TheMovie, which also adds in ''Ankylosaurus'' and ''Struthiomimus''. However, they avert this with ''Alamosaurus'' and ''Cimolopteryx''.

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** They return in TheMovie, which also adds in ''Ankylosaurus'' and ''Struthiomimus''. However, they avert this with ''Alamosaurus'' ''Borealosuchus'', ''Alamosaurus'', and ''Cimolopteryx''.
8th Oct '15 7:44:58 PM schoi30
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** Teddy the dog is actually a human boy [[spoiler:who accidentally put himself into a spell by mistake]]. Also, Morgan [[BalefulPolymorph spends four books as a white mouse due to a prank pulled by Merlin]].

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** Teddy the dog is actually a human boy [[spoiler:who accidentally put himself into a spell by mistake]]. Also, Morgan [[BalefulPolymorph spends four books as a white mouse due to a prank pulled by Merlin]].Merlin]], which also happens in TheMovie.


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** At the end of the TheMovie, [[spoiler:Merlin gets turned into a mouse by Morgan as payback for doing the same to her, which sends Jack and Annie on another mission to change him back.]]
8th Oct '15 7:39:59 PM schoi30
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* AnachronismStew: A mild example in "Dinosaurs Before Dark" and TheMovie. Jack and Annie encounter a ''Pteranodon'' at the end of the Late Cretaceous alongside ''TyrannosaurusRex'', when ''Pteranodon'' should have been extinct at that time.
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