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The 91-Story Treehouse: The Treehouse Books, Book 7

By Darienne Stewart, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Frivolous friends try babysitting in rambling tale.

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Absurdity is the real joy of Andy Griffiths' and Terry Denton's raucous Treehouse Books, and this seventh tall tale in the series keeps the giggles coming despite seeming minimally stitched together. The 91-Story Treehouse is even less cohesive than the earlier books in the series, and the repetitive sequences feel like padding.

Fans of the series will appreciate nods to earlier adventures (spy cows!), and newcomers will get sucked right into the silliness. The story cheerfully celebrates friendship, optimism, and joy in the unexpected -- but don't look for deep meaning here. Enjoy the ride, and the prospect of giggling until rainbows come out of your nose.

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