The 52 Storey Treehouse

Andy and Terry are back with their fourth book in the treehouse series.

They have been working hard and have successfully added another creative 13 storeys to their treehouse. Andy and Terry now have a ninja snail training academy, life-size snakes and ladders game and a high-tech detective agency.

It’s Andy’s birthday and he is..well we don’t actually know. Andy is in the process of telling us, but he gets distracted and forgets to tell us.  He’s hoping that Terry has planned a big surprise for him, unfortunately, Terry has forgotten, and Andy tries to jog his memory.

However, when pages 34 appears without no Mr Big Nose calling them on the 3D Video Phone, the boys get concerned. Luckily, they have a high-tech detective agency so the boys get to work on the Mystery of Where Mr Big Nose is.

Andy and Terry are hot on the tail but along the way Jill is found sleeping in her house, she has been put in a deep sleep – a new mystery for the boys to solve.

The boys put Jill in a glass coffin and set off to find a Prince to give Jill the kiss of life, however, en route they find Vegetable Patty whose mission is to kill all the vegetables. Can Andy and Terry stop Vegetable Patty? Will, they find Mr Big Nose and awaken Jill?

But the biggest question of them all is will they get their book to Mr Big Nose on time?

The 52 Storey Treehouse is another fantastic, adventurous read. There is never a dull moment in that treehouse (I would hope not with 52 floors.)

The treehouse series are very good for children, the text is short enough to be engaging and not long enough to be boring. The illustrations are just as funny, making it a truly, engaging book. The author is obviously very creative and imaginative. I wonder what Andy and Terry get up to in the next book; The 65 Storey Treehouse

The 52 Storey Treehouse is the fourth book of the treehouse series and you can buy them individually or as a set. I personally recommend getting the set as the adventures are unique, funny and appealing.


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