Author: Andy Griffiths
Illustrator: Terry Denton
Published: 2013 by Pan Macmillan Australia
Categories: Fiction, children (recommended for children 8-12), humour
Read: September 2013
Why it made it to the top of the pile: Miss 10, Mr 7 & I have already climbed the 13- and 26-storey treehouses, and they couldn't wait to see what the next 13 storeys held.
Trivia Tidbit: Andy is an ambassador for the Pyjama Foundation, which provides literacy-based mentoring programs to children in foster care.
Full Disclosure: Purchased
Once again, they loved it. This time around Terry invented an automatic book-writing Once-Upon-A-Time machine, which got a little bossy and required the intervention of the marvellous, exiled un-inventor Professor Stupido who, of course, went too far, leaving Andy and Terry to clean up the mess.
The 13 new levels have some wonderful innovations, and I would have liked to see Andy and Terry spend a little more time exploring at home, but then again, I'm a grown-up so the book's not really for me.
Miss 10 & Mr 7 are busting to see what the next 13 storeys have in store - only 11 months to wait!