If you have children, you've probably heard of the Magic Tree House series of books -- the number one bestselling chapter book series of all time.
WFAA welcomed author Mary Pope Osborne and her husband Will Osborne to the studio. You all are here in Dallas for three ticketed events, where fans can meet you.
The Magic Tree House books are often the first chapter books children read. "A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens" is a brand new holiday musical, performed for the first time ever Saturday at the Dallas Children's Theater. Will is the co-writer of the script and song lyrics.
The new book "Hurricane Heroes in Texas," is set in Galveston in 1900, the deadliest natural disaster in U.S. history.
The authors are giving a presentation on the new book Friday at 4:30 p.m., hosted by Interabang Books at Dallas Children Theater.
You can buy tickets for the event at eventbrite.com. Those tickets are about $21 per person, and everyone gets two books, "Hurricane Heroes in Texas" and the companion nonfiction book, "Texas Fact Tracker."
They will also be at two shows of "A Ghost Tale for Mr. Dickens" at Dallas Children's Theater on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Everyone with a ticket can come before the show to get a picture taken with the Osbornes. Those are first come, first served. Those tickets range from $17 to $30 and can be purchased at dct.org.