New Aussie Series to Read After the Treehouse Books

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Coles has this Treehouse book offer on just at the moment and usually I would not buy into large chain supermarket offerings but #books. If they really *must* offer something then I am super glad it is books! Clearly I am not being sponsored to say this as I’m not even being particularly warm about the whole matter but really … I am impressed with the book giveaway thing!

Too often adults dismiss ‘the funny books’ like the Treehouse series by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton as not quite as worthy as more ‘highbrow’ literary choices.  A balanced literary diet is great but, so too is page after page of laughter over witty writing and words which make young souls smile from the inside out.

So if your young readers are loving the collectable mini Treehouse books right now? Here are 10+ other choices which will keep them laughing!

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New Aussie Series to Read After the Treehouse Books

… quirky, illustrated and funny … Treehouse-style!


‘DEREK DOOL SUPERCOOL’

Buy from Apple Books.

‘SHERLOCK BONES’

Buy from Apple Books.

‘HOW TO MAKE A PET MONSTER’

Buy from Apple Books.

‘MARSHMALLOW PIE’

‘ROCKY LOBSTAR’

‘SQUIDGE DIBLEY’

Buy from Apple Books.

‘LEAGUE OF LLAMAS’

Buy from Apple Books.

‘THE NEW KID’

‘THE PESKI KIDS’

Buy from Apple Books.

‘MAX CRACK’

‘ATTICUS VAN TASTICUS’

‘TOFFLE TOWERS’

Buy from Apple Books.

‘BUTTONS MCGINTY’

Buy from Apple Books.

Five Reasons to Read Humour

  1. Humour engages young people (particularly reluctant readers) as they are naturally playful and generally laugh far more than adults do.
  2. Humorous literature harnesses the exuberance and wonder of youth with words and ideas.
  3. Young people interact with their peers and foster friendships through humorous literature as they enjoy sharing the laughs with their peers.
  4. Humorous books reflect reality, which, in reality, is a mixture of sad and funny, joy and pain, highs and lows.
  5. Far from being an ‘easy option’, humorous literature encourages critical reading as young people learn to read between the lines and develop an awareness of subtly and sarcasm, right and wrong.

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