Magic Tree House-Polar Bears Past Bedtime
by Mary Pope Osborne
Reviewed by Reilly B. (age 7)
Reilly B. is a student in Knights of the Literary Round Table
Polar Bears Past Bedtime is about Annie and Jack going on a magic adventure to the tundra. Annie and Jack are with a seal hunter in his igloo cooking meat when they hear a noise outside. When they go to explore they find polar bear cubs. The cubs, Annie and Jack are playing and they get to far away from the igloo. Annie, Jack, and the cubs fall through thin ice! They get stuck and the mother polar bear comes to save them. To find out what else happens read this book.
I think that it was a good book because it has good details and that makes it fun to read. I think the book had really good illustrations. The illustrations are very realistic. My favorite characters are the polar bear cubs because they are so cute. I wish I could go to the tundra and play with polar bear cubs.
I think the book was a great book. I recommend this book to 2 grade and 3 grade students. They will like the way the author writes because she makes it easy to understand the story.