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The 39-Story Treehouse (2013)

de Andy Griffiths

Outros autores: Terry Denton (Ilustrador)

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"Andy and Terry are once again inviting readers to come hang out with them in their astonishing 39-story treehouse (it used to be 13 stories, then 26 stories, but they keep expanding). And this year they will have even more time to jump on the world's highest trampoline, toast marshmallows in an active volcano, swim in the chocolate waterfall, pet baby dinosaurs, and go head-to-trunk with the Trunkinator, since Terry has created the greatest invention that he--or anyone else--has ever invented . . . a Once-upon-a-time machine that will write and illustrate their entire book for them!"--… (mais)
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De waanzinnige boomhut van 39 verdiepingen is een bijzonder boek. Het wordt niet als een prentenboek gezien, maar het lijkt er heel erg op. Elke bladzijde is voorzien van één of meerdere mooie illustraties. De plaatjes worden niet bij de tekst gemaakt, maar de plaatjes zijn onderdeel van het verhaal. Dat maakt dit boek ook erg bijzonder. Ik had dit boek als kind afgewezen doordat het erg dik is, maar je bent er veel sneller doorheen dan je denkt. Door de hoeveelheid aan afbeeldingen was het juist heel aantrekkelijk voor mij als kind geweest. Daarnaast is het boek makkelijk te lezen, er zijn geen moeilijke woorden. Kinderen van 8 jaar of ouder zouden dit boek met plezier kunnen lezen. Als het boek bevalt zijn er nog meer van dit soort boeken. Dit boek komt namelijk uit een serie aan boeken over de waanzinnige boomhut. ( )
  F.Burgers | Oct 21, 2021 |
Ik vond het een erg leuk boek om te lezen, dit kwam vooral doordat er veel plaatjes in het boek stonden. Normaal zijn de plaatjes in een boek meer decoratie bij het verhaal, maar bij dit boek waren de plaatjes echt onderdeel van het verhaal. Je bent voor je gevoel sneller klaar met lezen wat je van de buitenkant niet zou denken, wat erg fijn is. Door de plaatjes is er een goede balans tussen de illustraties en de tekst, waardoor je zelf maar ook als kind meer een beeld krijgt van de gebeurtenis. Het is erg prettig als je een beeld kan vormen bij een verhaal en bij dit boek is dat erg gemakkelijk. Ik vind het zeker een aanrader als boek om zelf te lezen maar ook om voor te lezen in je stage klas. ( )
  faymeuwissen | Oct 21, 2021 |
I'll admit that at first I was excited about the illustrations, but found myself quickly becoming disengaged as there was so much repetition (well, did you tell them it isn't a short book when it's a long book and a long book when it isn't a short book, etc.) and found it almost a hundred pages before the rising action began. Upon further consideration though, this book is meant to absorbed through the illustrations and pure fun for kids. The repetition could work really well for struggling readers who lose track easy and for those who want a fun, non abrasive read. This could be a great small group read as it could spark lots of ideas for invention and the notion of illustrating writing as it adds bulk to limited writing. Also, and maybe the best part for teachers, is that in the end it explicitly states the moral/lesson in a coy way that readers will enjoy ("Ugh! I say, "That stupid machine put a moral in and I hate stories with a moral" and then goes on to have the characters discuss the moral.

The story development is easy to follow and the sequential disasters can make for good conversation. I can see a lot of writing prompts come out of this for a full classroom read (where each student has a book). It can feel great for a struggling reader to feel successful about a large chapter book as moving through the pages happens quickly. I will surely recommend it to more advanced first and second graders as well; it's a great approach to get into longer chapter books. While the book is several hundred pages, it isn't daunting. The style of writing may be new to students as well (creating enticement) because the authors are also the characters and at the end, are completely aware of themselves in a book (post modernism). I got this book as a preview from my school district and am really glad I did as I am not sure if I would have come across it.

I do wish it came up as a read-alike in Novelist or other source so that students can find it easier as it in line with Diary of a Wimpy Kid. It must be a great book as I just ordered 2 of each book in the series in order to put on my library shelves! ( )
  AKcensorfree | Feb 9, 2016 |
Andy and Terry are once again inviting readers to come hang out with them in their astonishing 39-story treehouse (it used to be 13 stories, then 26 stories, but they keep expanding). And this year they will have even more time to jump on the world's highest trampoline, toast marshmallows in an active volcano, swim in the chocolate waterfall, pet baby dinosaurs, and go head-to-trunk with the Trunkinator, since Terry has created the greatest invention that he--or anyone else--has ever invented . . . a Once-upon-a-time machine that will write and illustrate their entire book for them!

What are you waiting for? Come on up!
  lkmuir | Nov 23, 2015 |
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