Buffalo Before Breakfast (Magic Tree House #18)
Mary Pope Osborne
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
Jack and Annie are ready for their next fantasy adventure in the bestselling middle-grade series—the Magic Tree House!
That's what Jack and Annie say when the Magic Tree House whisks them and Teddy, the enchanted dog, back almost 200 years to the Great Plains. There they meet a Lakota boy who shows them how to hunt buffalo. But something goes wrong! Now they need to stop a thousand buffalo from stampeding!
Visit the Magic Tree House website!
vast golden prairie. The sun was rising in the distance. Wind whispered through the tall yellow grass. Shh—shh—shh, it said. “We need a gift from the prairie blue,” said Jack. “I bet that means the sky,” said Annie, looking up. “Yep,” said Jack. The sky was growing bluer as they watched. “But how are we supposed to get it?” “Just like last time,” said Annie. “We have to wait till someone gives it to us.” “I don’t see any sign of people out there,” said Jack. He opened their book and read
white smoke rose from the fire. It went up through the tepee hole and into the endless starry sky. Jack listened to the wind blowing through the grass: Shh—shh—shh. It’s the voice of the Great Plains, he thought. Then he drifted off to sleep. Jack felt Teddy licking his cheek. He opened his eyes. Gray light came through the smoke hole. The fire was out. The tepee was empty. Jack jumped up. He grabbed his bag and hurried outside with Teddy. In the cool light before dawn, everyone was
they ran out of the Frog Creek woods … up their street … and into their own grandmother’s arms. THE LEGEND OF WHITE BUFFALO WOMAN Long ago, when the Lakota had no game to hunt, a beautiful woman in white buckskins appeared. She gave the chief of the tribe a special pipe. It had a buffalo carved on its round bowl and eagle feathers hanging from its long wooden stem. White Buffalo Woman told the chief that the smoke from the sacred pipe would carry prayers to the Great Spirit. The Great
around the tree house for one of the research books that Morgan always left them. Arf! Arf! Teddy pawed a book in the corner. Jack picked it up and read the title: Wildlife of India. “Oh, man. India,” he said. “That’s very far away.” “Let’s get going,” said Annie, “so we can free Teddy.” Jack pointed at the cover of the book. “I wish we could go there,” he said. The wind started to blow. The tree house started to spin. It spun faster and faster. Then everything was still. Absolutely
THE NEW MAGICIANS #36: BLIZZARD OF THE BLUE MOON #37: DRAGON OF THE RED DAWN #38: MONDAY WITH A MAD GENIUS #39: DARK DAY IN THE DEEP SEA #40: EVE OF THE EMPEROR PENGUIN #41: MOONLIGHT ON THE MAGIC FLUTE #42: A GOOD NIGHT FOR GHOSTS #43: LEPRECHAUN IN LATE WINTER #44: A GHOST TALE FOR CHRISTMAS TIME Magic Tree House® Research Guides DINOSAURS KNIGHTS AND CASTLES MUMMIES AND PYRAMIDS PIRATES RAIN FORESTS SPACE TITANIC TWISTERS AND OTHER TERRIBLE STORMS DOLPHINS AND SHARKS