Do you want to read Magic Tree House books in order? If so, read on to discover the chronological order of the series.
Magic Tree House books in order
The Magic Tree House series is a beloved series of children’s books. With 66 books and counting, it can be difficult to know the proper order to read the Magic Tree House series. However, thankfully, we have you covered.
Here’s a list of the Magic Tree House books in chronological order so you can be sure to read all of the fantastical adventures in the proper order.
The correct order of the Magic Tree House books
The Magic Tree House book series by Mary Pope Osborne centers on siblings Jack and Annie, who discover a magic tree house that can transport them to different periods and locations. The entire series of chapter books is illustrated by Sal Murdocca.
Here’s a list of the Magic Tree House books and a brief description of each adventure:
Dinosaurs Before Dark – Jack and Annie discover the magic tree house in the woods and travel to prehistory.
The Knight at Dawn – Jack and Annie travel back to medieval England.
Mummies in the Morning – Jack and Annie travel to ancient Egypt.
Pirates Past Noon – The magic tree house takes Jack and Annie back to the days of pirates, deserted islands, and mysterious maps.
Night of the Ninjas – Jack and Annie end up in ancient Japan and meet a group of ninjas.
Afternoon on the Amazon – The magic tree house transports the siblings to the Amazon rainforest.
Sunset of the Sabertooth – Jack and Annie end up in the Ice Age as they search for a clue to help Morgan.
Midnight on the Moon – Jack and Annie travel to the future and end up in a space motel.
Dolphins at Daybreak – The siblings are taken to the deep sea.
Ghost Town at Sundown – The siblings travel to the Wild West and try to solve a riddle.
Lions at Lunchtime – Jack and Annie end up in Africa to solve another riddle.
Polar Bears Past Bedtime – Jack and Annie are taken to the Arctic and meet a polar bear.
Vacation Under the Volcano – The siblings end up in ancient Pompeii just before the Mt. Vesuvius eruption.
Day of the Dragon King – Jack and Annie travel to ancient China and search for a copy of an old legend.
Viking Ships at Sunrise -The siblings are in a monastery in medieval Ireland.
Hour of the Olympics – Jack and Annie witness the first Olympic Games in ancient Greece.
Tonight on the Titanic – The siblings end up on the deck of the Titanic.
Buffalo Before Breakfast – The magic tree house takes the siblings to the Great Plains.
Tigers at Twilight – Jack and Annie travel to India and embark on adventures.
Dingoes at Dinnertime – Jack and Annie go to Australia and try to rescue animals from a fire.
Civil War on Sunday – The siblings travel to the Civil War period and meet Clara Barton.
Revolutionary War on Wednesday – Jack and Annie go back to the American Revolution and assist George Washington.
Twister on Tuesday – The siblings go to Kansas and experience a tornado.
Earthquake in the Early Morning – Annie and Jack travel to 1906 San Francisco and experience an earthquake.
Stage Fright on a Summer Night – Annie and Jack explore Elizabethan London.
Good Morning, Gorillas – The siblings go to an African rainforest.
Thanksgiving on Thursday – The siblings celebrate the first Thanksgiving.
High Tide in Hawaii – Jack and Annie go to Hawaii and face a tsunami.
A Big Day for Baseball – The siblings travel to Brooklyn in 1947 and pretend to be batboys at a baseball game.
Hurricane Heroes in Texas – The siblings are taken to Galveston, Texas.
Warriors in Winter – Jack and Annie explore the Roman Empire and meet Marcus Aurelius.
To the Future, Ben Franklin – The siblings meet Benjamin Franklin, who’s interested in learning more about their adventures.
Narwhal on a Sunny Night – Jack and Annie find themselves in Greenland.
Late Lunch with Llamas -The tree house takes the siblings to the Incan Empire.
Camp Time in California – The siblings end up in the tallest tree in 1903, Yosemite.
Sunlight on the Snow Leopard – Jack and Annie travel back to Nepal and meet Tenzin.
Rhinos at Recess – The siblings travel to Africa to save a rhino.
Time of the Turtle King – The siblings are taken to the Galapagos islands.
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Christmas in Camelot – The children visit King Arthur’s castle in Camelot.
Haunted Castle on Hallow’s Eve – Again, the siblings end up in King Arthur’s realm.
Summer of the Sea Serpent – Jack and Annie go to the land of mystical selkies.
Winter of the Ice Wizard -The siblings go to the Land-Behind-the-Clouds.
Carnival at Candlelight – The children travel back to Venice, Italy.
Season of the Sandstorms – Jack and Annie go on a mission to Baghdad.
Night of the New Magicians – The children go to the World Fair in 1899 Paris.
Blizzard of the Blue Moon – The siblings travel to New York City to save a unicorn.
Dragon of the Red Dawn – Annie and Jack return to Japan.
Monday with a Mad Genius – The siblings go to Florence, Italy, and meet Leonardo Da Vinci.
Dark Day in the Deep Sea – Annie and Jack aboard the HMS Challenger.
Eve of the Emperor Penguin – The siblings go to Antarctica.
Moonlight on the Magic Flute – The children go to Vienna, Austria, and meet Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
A Good Night for Ghosts – The siblings travel back to New Orleans and help Louis Armstrong.
Leprechaun in Late Winter – Jack and Annie end up in Ireland and help Augusta Gregory.
A Ghost Tale for Christmas Time – The siblings go to London and try to inspire Charles Dickens.
A Crazy Day with Cobras – Jack and Annie go to India, to the period of the Mogul Empire.
Dogs in the Dead of Night – The siblings go to a monastery in the Swiss Alps.
Abe Lincoln At Last – Annie and Jack meet Abraham Lincoln.
A Perfect Time For Pandas – The siblings go to China to complete an important mission.
Stallion at Starlight – Jack and Annie meet Alexander the Great.
Hurry Up Houdini! – The siblings meet Harry Houdini.
High Time for Heroes – The children go to Thebes, Egypt.
Soccer on Sunday – The siblings go to Mexico City and meet Pele.
Shadow of the Shark – The children end up with ancient Mayans by accident.
Balto of the Blue Dawn – Jack and Annie go to Nome, Alaska.
Night of the Ninth Dragon – The siblings go to Camelot.
Danger in the Darkest Hour – The siblings end up in England one day before D-Day in 1944.
If you’re a Magic Tree House fan or history enthusiast, you should also add Magic Tree House Fact Trackers to your wishlist. It’s written by Mary Pope Osborne, her sister, Natalie Pope Boyce, and her husband, Will Osborne. The Magic Tree House Fact Trackers series consists of 38 books and feature fun facts about nonfiction topics that are mentioned in the fictional tales of the original Magic Tree House series, such as Texas, the wild west, rain forests, the Titanic, snow storms, snow leopards, and more.
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