The 13-Storey Treehouse (The Treehouse Series Book 1)
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Again, I understand the comedic effect in having a machine that chases you around shooting marshmallows into your mouth. We at Books2Door love a good witty, hilarious book that is both engaging and makes for a good read at the same time. But those things are only funny because we've decided that they're funny and can we please just live in a society where we give up on destructive scripts? Underpants in the penthouse and then take the elevator down to the basement and you will find Andy and Terry in their swanky treehouse. series, the wildly popular The Bad Book and The Very Bad Book, the ridiculous illustrated guide What Bumosaur is That?
was published in 1998; the duo has since sold millions of copies all over the world and won several awards in the UK, USA and their homeland Australia. Maar niet meer dan dat, het is niet zoals bij sommige andere kinderboeken dat er nog een verhaallijn achter zit.I resisted the Wimpy Kid Wave because I picked it up once, and found it rather rude and disrespectful to adults. In the eleventh Treehouse book, thirteen new levels have been added to the Treehouse including a wrecking ball; a deep, dark cave with a real live, fire-breathing dragon; a complaining room; a spooky graveyard (where it's always midnight, even in the middle of the day); and a camping ground where you can have a nice, relaxing camping holiday. My favourite part of the book was the illustrations of the pages - pages within pages - especially the one that has a page within a page within a page. First of all it has 13 stories complete with a bowling alley, shark tank, lemonade fountain, game room and a see through swimming pool.
But lately they have been too distracted with turning their neighbor’s cat into a canary, hatching sea-monkeys that turn into a monsters and making burp filled life size bubbles to even care about their deadline. Not content with their giant catapult, tank of man-eating sharks and marshmallow shooting machine, in the second book in the Treehouse series Andy and Terry have added thirteen brand-new levels to their treehouse. The first volume in the Treehouse series introduces young readers to Andy, Terry, their neighbour Jill and the WORLD'S BEST treehouse. Now imagine if you were able to live in this house with your best friend and engage in daily rounds of random fun!
They end up going to the underground laboratory so they can shrink her down with the banana enlarger. What is consistent is the great art work and the sense of fun, and the immediate desire to pick up the next book!
Be prepared to be faced with a range of slapstick scenarios and way out adventures as soon as you open this book.But before anyone can say more, Terry gets distracted by television as his favorite show, Barky the Barking Dog, is airing. When Andy and Terry realise they have failed to complete a book for their cranky publisher, Mr Big Nose, the fun and distraction begins! Terry Denton's illustrations are pretty amazing too and every kid/adult would enjoy the minute details he puts in them. In 2008 Andy became the first Australian author to win six children’s choice awards in one year for Just Shocking!
But, they are lazy slackers, who are supposed to have written a book for a publisher, have done nothing, and have no idea how they are going to deliver results when weird stuff starts happening. Which is essentially what the authors/characters say it is, but they and their editors should know better than to actually publish something like this. Packed to the brim with flying cats, mermaids, or the sea monsters pretending to be mermaids, or the giant mutant mermaid sea monster; this is the fiction book every child deserves when growing up. This is not intended to be a full statement of all your rights under the Distance Selling Regulations. Two guys live in a really cool treehouse and have some really cool things, but after the "tour" in the first few pages, it's pretty much a book about two guys who are supposed to be writing a book, which ends up being the book we are now reading.People LIKE their friends and (because of this) say nice things about them instead of destructive things. There are echoes of the Just stories in the Andy and Terry friendship, the breakaway stories in the Bad Book (the Adventures of Super Finger), there's the easy readability of the Cat on the Mat and the Big Fat Cow, and like all these books, the illustrations are as much a part of the story as the story itself. The ninth book in the series promises more of the same, as readers find Andy and Terry running from the Story Police with the only way of escape through the terrifying Door of Doom. There's a World of books to choose from such as: Children's Books, Range includes Baby Books (0-3), Books for Toddlers (3-5), Early Readers (5-7), Childrens Story books (7-11), Young Teens (11-14), Young Adults (14-16) and Childrens Educational Books. With lots of laughs at every level, Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton’s Treehouse series follow the adventures of best friends Andy and Terry who live in an ever-expanding treehouse.