Mrs. Jenny Phillips, my children and I loved this book so much. We loved that you included family history and serving children in orphanages and people in refugee centers. The mysteries were great and the friendships and inclusion of parents made us happy. We love TGATB and we pray for it’s success all the time.
My daughter LOVED this series! There were lots of twists and turns which kept her interest! This is her favorite level 2 book out of this library!
The whole family enjoyed sitting down and reading these books. We took turns and breezed through the entire boxed set. Now the kids are reading on their own and pick these up time and time again.
These books are pretty to look at, and feature kids who could be your neighbors. They are kind and deal with relatable problems. My daughter loved these books.
We absolutely loved these two books. It was hard to put them down. The mystery of the tree houses kept us on the edge of our seats.
Ella’s dad went up the ladder, disappearing into the leaves.
“Oh, children!” he cried. “You’ll never believe what is up here!”
When Ella and Jake find a treehouse in the woods, it is only one of several mysteries they encounter. Who are their new neighbors? Where is the mysterious light in the woods coming from? And who built this beautiful treehouse?
The Treehouse Town books take readers on an exciting adventure with Ella and Jake as they discover new friends—and new problems to be solved.
Book 1 – 63 pages
Book 2 – 99 pages
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