. It has a never-ending staircase, a burp bank, a deep-thoughts thinking room, Mount Everest, a mighty fortress reinforced with extra-strong fortress reinforcer, and a money-making machine that also makes honey! A favourite exchange between the two is 'This might be a stupid question, Terry,' I said, 'but why are you painting the cat bright yellow? It has a never-ending staircase, a burp bank, a deep-thoughts thinking room, Mount Everest, a mighty fortress reinforced with extra-strong fortress reinforcer, and a money-making machine that also makes honey! Just watch out for the sea monkeys, and the monkeys pretending to be sea monkeys, and the giant mutant mermaid sea monster. Andy and Terry live in a 104-story treehouse. It's an ideal first chapter book for boys and girls in my opinion, with short easy to read chapters and pictures on every page. Disclaimer: We won the first four books in the series in a giveaway by Lovereading4kids and Macmillan Kids. Having now read it, I know my decision is vindicated.
Disclaimer: We won the first four books in the series in a giveaway by Lovereading4kids and Macmillan Kids. I think it is a great book. Besides, this one is also home to book-making duo Andy, the writer, and Terry, the illustrator. The 13-Story Treehouse The 26-Story Treehouse The 39-Story Treehouse The 52-Story Treehouse The 65-Story Treehouse The 78-Story Tre… New York Times-bestselling team Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton invite readers to come hang out with them in their 104-Story Treehouse—the eighth book in the illustrated chapter book series filled with Andy and Terry's signature slapstick humor! This book is about a gigantic treehouse with two boys named Andy and Terry. She is a strong reader for her age and wanted to get the other books in the series. I read it pretty quickly as it was really interesting and funny, so I wanted to keep reading it.
Andy Griffiths is Terry's best mate. I read it pretty quickly as it was really interesting and funny, so I wanted to keep reading it. Publishers Weekly - Publishers Weekly Full of crazy, funny pictures, which will make you laugh. The children particularly enjoyed how the illustrations and text were given equal importance and it has already inspired some to start their own journals chronicling their daily life in more detail. He finds the stories very funny and likes that it has the same characters the author and illustrator!! I've recommended them to so many people and haven't yet found a child who doesn't love them. At first I wasn't sure what to make of this book as I was reading it to the kids. Chapter 7 the monster mermaid, maybe be scary to some readers.
It is quite a wacky sort of book, with an off beat sense of humour sea monsters disguised as mermaids, catnaries cross between a cat and a canary , self portrait of finger labelled with moose, finger prince, singing flea. Telephone Number +44 116 210 4294 - Email Address:. I am obviously very silly, then. I liked there was chapters, so I could read to the end of the chapter and knew where I was picking up, and each chapter was a good length. It made me want to make my own - I decided on 100 storeys of my own that I'd like! The story is about Terry and Andy who live in the 13 storey treehouse and the adventures they have. We bought this as part of a set from Book People. Terry Denton has worked with Andy on many books, including the Treehouse series and Killer Koalas From Outer Space.
Highlights include cat napping giant gorillas, Superheros who are just a finger and monkey launching catapults. It used to be a 91-story treehouse, but they decided it was still missing a few things. I think it is a great book. The book also has puzzles, jokes and a quiz at the end which are a fun extra. She can't wait for the 91 Storey Tree house to come out later this year. The children in my class say that they love the fact that they are reading a 'big book' with lots of pages and yet finding it accessible.
This treehouse has thirteen stories, a bowling alley, a see-through swimming pool, a secret underground laboratory, and a marshmallow machine that follows you around and automatically shoots marshmallows into your mouth whenever you are hungry. Just watch out for the sea monkeys, and the monkeys pretending to be sea monkeys, and the giant mutant mermaid sea monster. The wonderfully random slapstick humor is tailor-made for reluctant readers. Oh, and, whatever you do, don't get trapped in a burp-gas-filled bubble. Read all about their hilarious adventures as they expand and explore the endless possibilities of their amazing treehouse.
The text is split up with cartoon images and different styles of text which meant that we were able to share the reading. Denton's manic cartooning captures every twist and turn in hilarious detail. Why not try your luck on the spin-and-win prize wheel or hang out in a giant spider web with a giant spider , or you can always get your fortune told by Madam Know-it-all or eat a submarine sandwich the size of an actual submarine while deciding whether or not to push the big red button. The friends get up to some crazy things, an enjoyable book Brought for my son who loves David Williams books so was hard to find another set. We bought this as part of a set from Book People.
Lancashire Evening Post Longtime collaborators Griffiths and Denton Killer Koalas from Outer Space get metafictional in their latest book first published in Australia , and the result is anarchic absurdity at its best. Another highlight: a Mum who had earlier despaired of finding a book that her son would love wrote in to thank me for sending the first book home as her son has now devoured the first three books! It's got a giant catapult, a secret underground laboratory, a tank of man-eating sharks and a marshmallow machine that follows you around and shoots marshmallows into your mouth whenever you're hungry! I could read this book on my own without assistance. The pictures of the monster aren't really scary, but what is written might scare some; talks about eating people, but goes into detail; ripping limbs, crushing heads etc, so a bit gruesome. The rest of the series was in our book corner for no more than a few minutes before being signed out to be shared with reading buddies, friends and family. Publishers Weekly Publishers Weekly This book is about a gigantic treehouse with two boys named Andy and Terry. This book is set in a Treehouse that Andy and Terry have made themselves. My 9 year old kept pestering me for a read but I refused as this was too much fun to hand over.
I have bought the collection for my class after reading some great reviews on how these books motivate those who are less enthusiastic about reading. I thought this book was hilarious, surprising like when a mermaid suddenly turned into a sea monster and tried to eat the boys! He lives by the beach with his wife and three kids. They invent things and write things; Andy does the writing and Terry does the pictures. Having read 78 storey treehouse and lived it we requested this from the library. The rest of the series was in our book corner for no more than a few minutes before being signed out to be shared with reading buddies, friends and family.
I liked at the end of the book there were fun things to do; a word search, maze, spot the difference, a quiz and jokes. From his mum: These books converted my son into being a reader, I can't recommend them highly enough. They loved it so much, we read it in 2 days. Whilst there are over two hundred pages to this book, a lot of it is taken up with humorous black and white illustrations. He lives in Australia with his wife and three kids. The wonderfully random slapstick humor is tailor-made for reluctant readers.