Revolutionary War on Wednesday (Magic Tree House (R))
Mary Pope Osborne
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Jack and Annie are ready for their next fantasy adventure in the bestselling middle-grade series—the Magic Tree House!
It is a dark and snowy night
when the Magic Tree House whisks Jack and Annie back to colonial times. General George Washington is about to lead his army in a sneak attack against their enemy. But now a terrible weather is making the great general question his plans. Can Jack and Annie keep history on track? The fate of the country rests in their hands!
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the captain moved toward them. “Who are you?” he asked. “We’re Jack and Annie,” said Annie. “Why were you spying on us?” he asked. “We weren’t spying,” said Jack. “We just wanted to know if you were redcoats or patriots.” “Which would you like us to be?” the shadowy figure asked. “Patriots,” said Jack. “We are patriots,” the captain said. “Thank goodness!” said Annie. The captain smiled. “Where are you from?” he asked. His voice had softened. “We’re visiting relatives nearby,” Jack
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sir,” said the major. “Should we call it off?” “No, you shouldn’t,” Jack whispered. “You’re going to win.” “Should we turn back, sir?” the major said. “No, no!” said Annie. She stood up. The boat rocked. “Don’t turn back, George Washington, sir!” she shouted. “You have to march on, sir! You have to attack the Hessians, sir!” “Shh!” Jack tried to pull Annie back down. “We’re not supposed to know about their secret mission!” “How does she know our plans, Major?” George Washington asked.
Annie. She was dressed in jeans and a T-shirt. “Tuesday!” they both whispered. Together, they hurried down the stairs. “Mom, Dad, we’re going out for a few minutes!” Jack shouted. “Don’t you want breakfast first?” his dad called from the kitchen. “When we get back!” said Annie. They rushed out the front door. They ran down their street in the bright summer sunlight. A warm wind gently shook the trees as Jack and Annie headed into the Frog Creek woods. Soon they came to the tallest tree in