The 78-Storey Treehouse

(1 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Macmillan

Andy and Terry live in the world’s coolest treehouse – which is now 78 storeys high! It’s got a drive-thru car wash, a giant unhatched egg, and its very own courtroom, among many, many other cool things.

But when Andy and Terry decide to make their adventures into a film, Mr Big Shot, a famous film director, decides that Terry is a LAUGH RIOT and a born action star, whereas there’s no room in the movie for Andy the narrator. Disappointed, Andy heads off to Andyland, but unfortunately the other Andys react to the news about the film in a way he couldn’t have predicted.

There’s tons of zany fun in this illustrated novel, which is the fifth in the series. With minimal text per page and brilliant black-and-white illustrations taking up most of the space, the story zips past at lightning speed and is a really easy, funny read.

More books like this

Loki: A Bad God's Guide to Being Good

Author: Louie Stowell

After playing one trick too many, Loki, Norse god of mischief, is sent by Odin to live on earth as an 11-year-old boy for one month to mend his ways. Furious that he must suffer indignities such as attending school and doing chores, Loki struggles to be good.

Read more about Loki: A Bad God's Guide to Being Good

Quest

Author: Various Editor: Daniel Hahn

This outstanding collection, which effectively showcases the work of talented authors, illustrators and translators from around the world, is utterly captivating and cannot be recommended highly enough.

Read more about Quest

Share this book with your friends

Use our Bookfinder to discover the perfect children's books for every age...