Andy and Terry live in a treehouse. But it's not just any old treehouse, it's the most amazing treehouse in the world
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.
Life would be perfect for Andy and Terry if it wasn't for the fact that they have to write their next book, which is almost impossible because there are just so many distractions, including thirteen flying cats, giant bananas, mermaids, a sea monsters pretending to be mermaids, enormous gorillas, and dangerous burp gas-bubblegum bubbles
Join the fun with "The 13-Story Treehouse" by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton. This title has Common Core connections.
About the Author
Andy Griffiths is the "New York Times" bestselling author of "The Day My Butt Went Psycho!", "Zombie Butts from Uranus!", and "Butt Wars! The Final Conflict", as well as "The Big Fat Cow That Goes Kapow" and "The Cat on the Mat Is Flat". In 2007, he became the first Australian author to win six children s choice awards in one year for "Just Shocking!" He is passionate about inspiring a love of books in his young readers, and works as an ambassador for the Indigenous Literacy Project, which provides books and literacy resources to remote indigenous communities around Australia. Andy is a big fan of Dr. Seuss and of cauliflower. He lives in Melbourne, Australia, and is Australia s most popular children s writer.
Terry Denton is known for his humorous illustration style and has worked with Andy on the JUST! books among others. He lives by the sea in Australia with his wife, three kids, and a pop-up toaster that only toasts on one side.
"A series starter that will appeal to fans of Jeff Kinney and Dav Pilkey . . . A treat for all . . . And guess what? It makes for good tree house reading." -- Booklist
"Fans of Jeff Kinney’s “Diary of a Wimpy Kid”(Abrams) and Lincoln Peirce’s “Big Nate” series (HarperCollins) will be drawn to this book, while parents will enjoy the absence of snarky humor." -- School Library Journal