The 26-Story Treehouse by Andy Griffiths, illustrated by Terry Denton
This sequel to The 13-Story Treehouse tells the story of each of the main characters and how they all met. Most of it’s even true! But it’s not that straight forward either because emergencies keep happening, like the sharks in the treehouse’s shark pool eating Terry’s underpants and getting very sick. Thank goodness that Jill can come over and try to have them feeling snappy again soon. Then of course no story is complete without a villain and Captain Woodenhead, the evil pirate makes a great one. Set aside your disbelief heading in, because this rollicking and very funny book will have you believing in plenty of nonsense by the end!
After the first book, I knew there would be more adventures of Terry and Andy, but I hadn’t expected double the number of floors on the treehouse! This book is more of the merry adventures of Terry, Andy and Jill. The flying cats return and many other favorites from the first book make an appearance, but this is a fresh story too, perfect for fans to get even more of the humor and silliness of the series.
Looking for a new series for Wimpy Kid fans, this one has illustrations that break up the text, a similar amount of funniness, and plenty of gross outs too. Appropriate for ages 8-12.
Reviewed from copy received from Feiwel & Friends.