In the latest Treehouse book Andy and Terry go on an adventurous journey to get their book submitted to their publisher, climbing to the top of Mount Everest, eating worms and making friends with a 100 honey-eating bears on the way.
Who doesn’t love a unicorn? Sophie Johnston: Unicorn Expert loves them so much she ‘owns’ 17 unicorns of her own. Or course there’s a lot of work involved in training them and looking after them but Sophie rises to the challenge with style. But who’s that hiding in plain sight on every page?
With her love of dancing, being creative, accessorizing her school uniform and exercising her wild imagination Olivia will charm young readers aged 3-6.
The best thing about this book is its very funny. Andy and Terry live in a very cool treehouse with 13 floors and on each one is something amazing, like a see-through swimming pool, a shark pit, a bowling alley, a lemonade fountain and a man-eating shark tank. They watch TV and write and draw books. They have the best life.
“Underneath the cherry tree in our garden there is a little hole. We found it one day when I bounced my ball and it didn’t come back.”
The mystery of who made the hole and what lives inside fills this little boy with wonder and imaginings
It’s hard when no one believes you. Tim is always getting into trouble – except he tells his parents it wasn’t him who did all those naughty things… it was the ninja, or the astronaut, or the giant squid, or the pirate. Of course they don’t believe him and tell him to go water the vegetable patch and think about how bad he’s been. “If he told the truth, he was in trouble and if he lied he was also in trouble. What could he do?’
This is one of the books that inspired me to create this site. I found it through word of mouth (my sister-in-law) and ordered it on the internet. (www.averyawesomeworld.com)