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Stage Fright on a Summer Night (Magic Tree House Series #25)

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' A penny to stand! A penny to stand!' Stage Fright on a Summer Night is about two kids named Jack and Annie who discover a magic tree house that takes them back in time or ahead of time. This time they travel to London, England and land next to London Bridge. ...
' A penny to stand! A penny to stand!' Stage Fright on a Summer Night is about two kids named Jack and Annie who discover a magic tree house that takes them back in time or ahead of time. This time they travel to London, England and land next to London Bridge. In an attempt to save a bear, the owner chases after them. Jack and Annie are needed to star in a famous play. It is against the law for girls to take part in any play. They decide to pull her hair back and call her Andy. Jack was very nervous before the play. A friend told him to think of something to calm his mind. The author was trying to say whenever you have stage fright, try and think of calmer things. I really enjoyed this book and I think many fictional readers will like it too.

posted by Anonymous on March 18, 2008

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While I enjoyed the book, I don't feel that it would be the best means to introduce children to the works of Shakespeare. If your intent is to get young children to be excited about Shakespeare, you may want to find a better book. Osborne doesn't really explain some of ...
While I enjoyed the book, I don't feel that it would be the best means to introduce children to the works of Shakespeare. If your intent is to get young children to be excited about Shakespeare, you may want to find a better book. Osborne doesn't really explain some of the nuances of the age, such as only males are allowed to perform on stage. Though the book does focus primarily on children dealing with stage fright, it could be helpful in that area.

posted by Anonymous on April 15, 2002

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2008

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    ' A penny to stand! A penny to stand!' Stage Fright on a Summer Night is about two kids named Jack and Annie who discover a magic tree house that takes them back in time or ahead of time. This time they travel to London, England and land next to London Bridge. In an attempt to save a bear, the owner chases after them. Jack and Annie are needed to star in a famous play. It is against the law for girls to take part in any play. They decide to pull her hair back and call her Andy. Jack was very nervous before the play. A friend told him to think of something to calm his mind. The author was trying to say whenever you have stage fright, try and think of calmer things. I really enjoyed this book and I think many fictional readers will like it too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2002

    Super

    I really felt like I was in London in the 1600's. I even met Shakespear

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted November 2, 2012

    Mikey Loves this book

    I love this book so much that I read it almost all the time

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    Posted February 1, 2012

    Magic

    I liked this books so much

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    Posted January 18, 2013

    COOL

    I LIKE THE PART WHEN ANNIE SUPPOSED TO ACT LIKE SHE IS A BOY

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