The 65-Story Treehouse (The Treehouse Books) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-09-14 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" Just pitched perfectly at lower primary children. Humour and nonsense that hits the mark and makes kids want to read. (And a joy for Mum to read out loud.) " said.

" I read this series to my 5 and 6 year old. They love them. This book though was still funny and clever but not as engaging as the earlier reads but anything that inspires kids to read is brilliant. " said.

" Really exciting and humorous love how it gives you history in an awesome way! " said.

" This is my first of this series of books that I have read, having seen them all be very popular with age 8-12 at school. I can now see the appeal. In this update, new rooms have been added and the pair embark on some time travel to escape a council consent issue. " said.

" Still a funny series, love the extra rooms added. Liked the news update on each page and the historical visits. Great idea to travel in a wheelie bin! Some parts repetitive but still looking forward to the next one! " said.

" i loved this book so much i have read the whole series! " said.

"The 65-Storey Treehouse is a brilliant story. It was written by Andy Griffiths in 2015. It also includes great illustrations by Terry Denton. Andy and Terry turn back time to build their permit for the treehouse. They end up meeting cavemen, dinosaurs and even go into the future! They really need to fix their time machine!
I really like the characters: Andy, Terry, Jill, Mr Big Nose, Inspector Bubblewrap and more. I love the illustrations. Every single character has a different personality. I think the words are long and interesting. This book will definitely keep you entertained.
A treehouse is an awesome setting for this wonderful book. I think it is so creative having 65 storeys. This is one of my favourite books I have ever read. It is probably better than The 52- Storey Treehouse. I couldn’t fault it.
I recommend this book for people aged 8-14. I rate it 5 out of 5 stars. You should read it one day too. You will love it.
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" I think this treehouse is bizarre with an invisible level! This house is also hazardous. How can somebody live while their body is sliced up? Very weird. " said.

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