William and his brother are desperate to have a tree house in the grand old tree at the bottom of the garden. Their father has to go away, but is determined that the tree house should be built. So every month he sends a parcel home to the boys – a parcel containing things they’ll need for the tree house. But will their father be home in time for Christmas – in time to join them in the tree house to eat the chestnuts that are growing there . . . Gillian Cross has won many major awards including the Carnegie Medal, the Smarties Prize, and the Whitbread Award.
96 pages, numerous line drawings
Published: 2003 by Oxford University Press
Dimensions: 198 x 131 x 7mm
Author(s): Gillian Cross
The Tree House Paperback Book Edition by Gillian Cross
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