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The 130-Story Treehouse: Laser Eyes and Annoying Flies (The Treehouse… (edition 2021)

by Andy Griffiths (Author)

Series: Treehouse (10)

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Andy and Terry have added 13 new levels to their treehouse and now it's even more out of this world than before! There's a soap bubble blaster, a grabinator (it can grab anything from anywhere at any time), a time-wasting level, a toilet paper factory (because you can never have too much toilet paper), a super long legs level, an extraterrestrial observation centre and the best bookshop-in-a-treehouse-in-a-tree-in-a-forest-in-a-book in the whole world!… (more)
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Title:The 130-Story Treehouse: Laser Eyes and Annoying Flies (The Treehouse Books, 10)
Authors:Andy Griffiths (Author)
Info:Feiwel & Friends (2021), 336 pages
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The 130-Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffiths

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Checked out 2022-12-02 — Due 2022-12-09 — Overdue
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A graphic novel for 8-12 year olds. Terry and Andy along with Jill end up in space in an intergalactic fight for eyeballs' entertainment. They also make a promise to one of the combatants who saved them to help save his planet.

I think I needed to read the other 9 books for this to make a lot of sense. I understood it but it would have helped to know how they got to 130 stories in their treehouse. Also there are characters that it would have helped to know where they fit in instead of them just popping up--like the penguins. 8-12 year olds would enjoy the zaniness of this story (and probably the series.) As an adult it didn't live up to expectations. ( )
  Sheila1957 | Jun 6, 2021 |
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Andy and Terry have added 13 new levels to their treehouse and now it's even more out of this world than before! There's a soap bubble blaster, a grabinator (it can grab anything from anywhere at any time), a time-wasting level, a toilet paper factory (because you can never have too much toilet paper), a super long legs level, an extraterrestrial observation centre and the best bookshop-in-a-treehouse-in-a-tree-in-a-forest-in-a-book in the whole world!

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