The 104-Storey Treehouse

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Pan Macmillan Australia, Jul 10, 2018 - Juvenile Fiction - 300 pages

WINNER OF THE ABIA BOOK OF THE YEAR FOR YOUNGER CHILDREN 2019

Join Andy and Terry in their wonderfully wild and wacky 104-storey treehouse. You can throw some refrigerators, make some money with the money-making machine (or honey if you'd prefer-it makes that too), climb the never-ending staircase, have a bunfight, deposit some burps in the burp bank, get totally tangled up in the tangled-up level, or just take some time out and relax in the peaceful sunny meadow full of buttercups, butterflies and bluebirds.

Well, what are you waiting for? Come on up!

WINNER OF THE YABBA AWARD FOR FICTION FOR OLDER READERS 2019

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it's a really engaging book for children. . They draw diffrent illustrations after every page which helps to visualize what is happening . For your enjoyment, it has jokes at the ends too. The jokes are hillourious and funny. You better be sitting on a chair, otherwise you'll fall! So what are you waiting for? Come on up! 

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It is a very inspiring children's book and it is very engaging for young children. It should be rated 5 votes by everyone! It has a different problem in every story and it is actually pretty fun and disturbing! (Note: A very Good disturbing!

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About the author (2018)

Andy Griffiths is one of Australia's most popular children's authors. He and illustrator Terry Denton have collaborated on more than 30 bestselling books since their first title, Just Tricking, was published in 1997.

In Australia Andy and Terry's books have sold over 10 million copies, won 80 children's choice awards and 10 Australian Book Industry Awards-including Book of the Year for The 52-Storey Treehouse in 2015.

Their much-loved Treehouse Series has been embraced by children around the world and is now published in more than 35 countries. Five of the books in the series have been adapted for the stage and have all had sell-out seasons at the Sydney Opera house, as well as highly successful seasons in the Netherlands, New Zealand and America.

Andy is a passionate advocate for literacy and in 2015 was awarded the Dromkeen Medal to honour his outstanding contribution to Australian children's literature. He is also an ambassador for both The Indigenous Literacy Foundation and the Pyjama Foundation.

Terry Denton is a writer and illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia. His work is mainly humour-based cartoon style.


Terry Denton has illustrated bestsellers such as the JUST! series and the Treehouse series by Andy Griffiths. He has three children and is the owner of a back garden burial ground for dead pets.

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