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First American edition.
313 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Treehouse books ; book 10
Griffiths, Andy, 1961- Treehouse books ; 10.
"Originally published as The 130-Storey Treehouse in Australia by Pan Macmillan Australia Pty Ltd."--Title page verso.
Andy and Terry live in a 130-story treehouse. It used to be a 117-story treehouse, but they added another 13 stories. It has a soap bubble blaster, a time-wasting level, a 13-story igloo, the GRABINATOR (it can grab anything from anywhere at any time). It is a toilet paper factory, and an extraterrestrial observation center for observing aliens. As it turns out, though, it's Andy, Terry, and Jill who are being observed and then abducted by a giant flying eyeball from outer space! At first they're excited to be going on an intergalactic space adventure, but when they arrive on Planet Eyeballia, they discover it's not at all a friendly place. Will the gang be able to escape, get back to Earth, and write their book before time runs out?
One hundred-thirty story treehouse
Subtitle on cover : Laser eyes and annoying flies!