The 13-Story Treehouse
Written by Andy Griffiths
Illustrated by Terry Denton
Age range: 6-10 years
Released April 16, 2013
It's about 2 kids who live in a really cool 13 story treehouse and they write books together.
What's cool about the treehouse?
There's a lot of stuff kids like in it. Like a marshmallow shooting machine, an underground lab, a banana sizer (it turns bananas bigger so they're better weapons), a bowling alley, swimming pool, a lemonade fountain, a shark tank (any sharks in it? Yep!)... and that's pretty much it.
Where'd they get the treehouse?
That's explained in the second book (which I've already read).
Do they have parents or families?The background info is explained in the second book. How they met, what they're doing in the treehouse...
What happens in the book?
They need to write a book for their publisher, Mr. Big Nose- whose nose is very big- but they keep getting interrupted by things like sea monkeys, watching their favorite show, a drawing competition, a gorilla who tries to get one of their giant bananas, turning cats into canaries etc.
Doesn't school interrupt them too?They don't go to school (also explained in book 2)
What's their book about?
I don't want to ruin the experience of reading this book by telling you.
Are there illustrations?
There are, like, 3 or 4 on each page!
Did you like them? Did they help the story?They really added to the story to make it funnier. I really liked the barking dog show cartoons (shows them to me- very cute!).
What did you think of the book?
It was REALLY good. I really suggest it to anyone who likes funny stuff.
So it seems you've already read book 2. Will you be reading book 3?
How did you choose this book?
I was looking through the bookstore and my mom grabbed the book and made me check it out. I ended up really liking it.
(To Leo's mom) How did you choose this book?
I think I chose it because of the cover. Something about the colors and the lettering made me think it would be the type of thing Leo would like.
(Back to Leo) How would you rate this book?
5 stars (out of 5)
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