The 117-Storey Treehouse
- Author Andy Griffiths, illustrated by Terry Denton
- Narrator Stig Wemyss
- Publisher Pan Macmillan
- Run Time 1 hour and 37 minutes
- Format Audio
- Genre Children’s / Teenage fiction: Action and adventure stories, Children’s / Teenage fiction: Humorous stories, Children’s / Teenage general interest: Cartoons and comic strips, Children’s / Teenage personal and social topics: Friends and friendships.
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What to expect
There are lots of laughs at every level in The 117-Storey Treehouse, the ninth book in the number one bestselling Treehouse series from Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton.
Andy and Terry have added another thirteen levels of crazy fun to their every-growing treehouse (it used to be a 104-story treehouse, but it just keeps growing!) They’ve got a tiny-horse level, a pyjama-party room and an Underpants Museum and Treehouse Information Centre! But Andy and Terry have found themselves running from the Story Police and the only way to escape, is through the terrifying Door of Doom!
For as long as Andy and Terry have been writing books together, Andy has always been the narrator and Terry has always been the illustrator. But when Terry tries to prove that he can narrate as well as draw, the story goes completely out of control and the Story Police arrive to arrest the whole treehouse team for crimes against storytelling! Andy, Terry and Jill go on the run, but how long can they evade the Story Police and stay out of Story Jail?
Join the adventure that inspired the World Book Day bestseller, Terry’s Dumb Dot Story in this laugh-out-loud story told through a combination of text and fantastic cartoon-style illustrations. With 117 amazing levels to discover in the Treehouse series,
Well, what are you waiting for? Come on up!
The kind of book I would have loved as a kidTom Fletcher, on 39-Storey Treehouse
Brilliant series and if you haven’t read them yet why not? Start at the beginning and work through them all. Laugh out loud funny and I love reading about all the things they have in their treehouseToppsta
Easy-to-read, visually exciting and wonderfully entertaining, the pace is fast and the fun never stops. Simply brilliant and guaranteed to get even the most reluctant readers begging for more!Lancashire Evening Post
Packed with the sort of zany humour that children can’t resist.Parents in Touch
A perfect book for … Roald Dahl fansThe Week Junior
Fizzing prose and fantastic, cartoon-style illustrations ensure the pace never drops for a moment throughout this laugh-out-loud storyFirst News