[[ read online Prime ]] High Tide in HawaiiAuthor Mary Pope Osborne – 91videos.co

Catch The Wave That S What Jack And Annie Do When The Magic Tree House Whisks Them Back To A Hawaiian Island Of Long Ago They Learn How To Surf And Have A Great Time Until Strange Things Start Happening Jack And Annie Soon Discover The Cause A Tidal Wave Is Headed Their Way Can They Help Save Their New Friends In Time


10 thoughts on “High Tide in Hawaii

  1. says:

    Short but sweet


  2. says:

    Despite the author s claim to have been reading about Hawaii before writing this book, the place she describes in the story is hardly Hawaiian.


  3. says:

    fun read


  4. says:

    Boka and Kama seriously MPO Mary Pope Osborn


  5. says:

    A synthesis not summary of your book WRITTEN IN YOUR OWN WORDS that includes the genre of the book and the grade level s in which you would use this bookThe Magic Tree House High Tide in Hawaii is a fantasy book about Jack and Annie s quest in Hawaii Jack and Annie are from Frog Tree, PA and have a magic treehouse that can take them back in time In this story, Jack and Annie used the magic treehouse to go to historic Hawaii to complete the task of finding a special kind of magic Jack and Annie learn lots about Hawaii and find out the special kind of magic they are searching for is friendship This book is perfect for third graders because of the theme of friendship and the way this book is beautifully written 2 3 specific ideas for how you would use the book in your classroom or how other educators could use this book instructionally these need to be YOUR IDEAS, not ideas that you found from another source ,This book is perfect for teaching the visualizing comprehension strategy I could show a chart of the five senses and model how the words in the book make me model these senses Then I could do it with them and then let them come up with the five senses they think they would experience Students can use a visual sketch note to share their ideas by using words and pictures Another activity that I could use to help build comprehension is the framework of a quick write I could give students 3 5 minutes to answer a question such as Why is friendship so magical and important in this story This activity would give them a change not only to write but also to think deeply about the material they read An explanation implicit or explicit of WHY this book was a WOW book for you, andThis book was a WOW book for me because it was so visual and entertaining I loved Magic Tree House books for this exact reason when I was younger I will definitely make sure my future classroom is stocked with these books to provide students with an opportunity to learn about different time periods and fall in love with reading.


  6. says:

    Jack and Annie travel back in time to old Hawaii where they are supposed to build a ship In the process, they learn about hula dancing and surfing and tsunamis High Tide in Hawaii is sprinkled with facts about Hawaii mostly provided by Jack s reference book I highly recommend this and all the Magic Tree House books to kids who have recently learned to read chapter books on their own They are easy to read and are a little educational, too.


  7. says:

    This was a very good book.


  8. says:

    I enjoyed this book because I like surfing I also enjoyed this book because I liked the part when Jack got the hang of surfing.


  9. says:

    I will always love this book I saw it at my school s book fair in first grade and thought it was a picture book I liked the bright colors and surfing kids, so I had my mom buy it for me along with another Magic Tree House Dolphins at Daybreak, which my parents helped me read Then I moved on to High Tide in Hawaii Sixty pages Ten chapters with a picture on each beginning page It took me an entire week of reading by lamplight Some of the words were hard It took me a long time to figure out the Jack was laughing, not lugging Now, what exactly does a lug sound like And the author s name, I discovered, was not Mary Pop But I did get through it That was the first chapter book I ever read on my own A couple of months later, I had to pick out a take home reading book from my teacher s learning to read shelf I was supposed to select from my reading level But there was Lions at Lunchtime, several levels above what I was supposed to read.I took it anyways.Next year, I told my mom about this wonderful series and she decided we needed to take a trip to the library I tried to protest The library only had kids books, I said, and grown up books Not these kinds of books I was surprised to discover that the shelves to the right of the picture book area didn t house adult books No, that s where MY books lived I began checking them out five at a time There were only forty or so then, so it didn t take me long to get through them all Except for Good Morning Gorillas I held off on that one I knew if I read that one, it would be all finished And what would I do then I turned around There were these other books, small, colorful, and abundant, just like the Magic Tree House books I d seen kids carrying them around at school They were called Junie B Jones So I mixed Junie in with Jack and Annie And I just have to say, What kind of idiot puts a second grade series on the top shelf I had to climb the shelves because the one stool in the library was always by the drinking fountain I wasn t going to put my Magic Tree House books bottom shelf, thank you very much on the floor so I could lug that stupid stool halfway across the library After Junie B., I discovered the Cam Jansen series on the other side of the Magic Tree House shelf Then the Bailey School Kids And from there, I read anything I can get my hands on, as Jack describes himself in Tornado on Tuesday Why can I still remember exact lines At the end of second grade, we had to create a visual aid for our book reports The girl next to me had drawn a picture of Junie B thinking about chocolate milk in the first book I d spent three hours creating a model of Harry and Voldemort dueling in the Goblet of Fire Which is slightly bigger than Junie B Jones Eight years later and I m still secretly pleased about that.Thank you, Mary Pope Osborne, for turning me into a reader


  10. says:

    Personal responseI thought this was a good book I could relate to this book, because I would have done the same thing Jack did He could not surf like the other kids so he sat on the beach Then when he suspected something bad was going to happen he went out and rescued the kids He willingly sacrificed himself for the others which is what I want to do in my future job PlotJack and Annie arrive in Hawaii on a mission to build a ship When they get there they meet Kama and Boka Kama and Boka take Jack and Annie surfing, Jack finds out that he is not as good at surfing as the other kids He decides to leave the others be and go do his own thing While sitting on the beach jack finds out that a big Tidal wave is coming to hit Hawaii He then jumps on his surfboard and gets the other kids before anything serious happen CharacterizationJack is a very caring character He was willing to risk his life to save three others, two of which he barely knew Annie and Jack both got along with the other kids right away and interacted with them They all cared about each other in the short amount of time they were together.Impact of SettingThe setting was in Hawaii It was during the summer many people were on the beach enjoying the warm weather That affected what happen because it was on an island surrounded by water That caused the tsunami to hit and almost harm the children Thematic ConnectionThere are a couple different themes in the story I think one big theme that stands out is helping others, which is also a lesson Jack did not only look out for himself but the other kids he was with He did the right thing in that situation RecommendationI would recommend this book to anyone who lives in Hawaii, because it gives some information about what could happen as far as a tsunami Also, it would be a good book for younger children to read because it was interesting in many different ways I think many middle school aged boys could relate to Jack, and even learn many things from him.