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Love at First Write

A blog for honest book reviews centered mostly on YA/Fantasy.

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The Scarlet Letter
Nathaniel Hawthorne
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George R.R. Martin
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William Napier
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Magic Tree House Boxed Set: Books 1 - 4 (Magic Tree House Series)

Magic Tree House: #1-4 - Mary Pope Osborne, Sal Murdocca So this will we a review of every Magic Tree House book EVER. I LOVED this series growing up. My life practically revolved around going to the library to get the next book! I stopped reading after #34 where they were coming out new and I had to wait forever for the library to get them and i was growing up and reading new things. I slowly forgot about this beloved series and was on to bigger and better things (Magic Tree house wasn't exactly a challenging read for any 5th-9th grader lol but the other day i tripped over a box in my basement. What was in the box? My old magic tree house books! I had the box set 1-4 and a couple other random numbers thrown in there.I can't really remember what it was that had me so captivated by the books but I think it was because Jack and Annie were so different. Jack stuck to facts, was a total nerd, and needed to loosen up and have some fun. Annie needed to grow up a bit, she was funny, a tiny bit annoying and rushed into things sometimes, but the brother and sister pair balanced each other out. The books were cute, hilarious, factual, and made learning easy. Definitely something everyone should read in their childhood!!