Audrey's Tree House

Audrey's Tree House

Jenny Hughes Jonathan Bentley / Sep 16, 2019

Audrey s Tree House Audrey is bigger than she was yesterday Now she needs a bigger house So she tells her dad to build her one Audrey is bigger than she was yesterday Now she needs a bigger house So she tells her dad to

  • Title: Audrey's Tree House
  • Author: Jenny Hughes Jonathan Bentley
  • ISBN: 9780545813273
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Audrey is bigger than she was yesterday Now she needs a bigger house So she tells her dad to build her one.Audrey is bigger than she was yesterday Now she needs a bigger house So she tells her dad to build her one.At the top of a tree.It is an ideal house It has a bathtub for snorkeling, a place to drink tea, and somewhere to hide the dirty cups.The house is perfect iAudrey is bigger than she was yesterday Now she needs a bigger house So she tells her dad to build her one.Audrey is bigger than she was yesterday Now she needs a bigger house So she tells her dad to build her one.At the top of a tree.It is an ideal house It has a bathtub for snorkeling, a place to drink tea, and somewhere to hide the dirty cups.The house is perfect in every way.Except for one thing This humorous story explores the clash between a quest for independence and the longing for security Emerging author Jenny Hughes and acclaimed illustrator Jonathan Bentley have created a picture book with outstanding warmth, sensitivity, and insight.

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    1. A cute story. Audrey thinks she's big enough to need a place of her own so her dad helps her on her journey to independence.


    2. Miss 3 and I like to explore different books and authors at the library, sometimes around particular topics or themes. We try to get different ones out every week or so; it's fun for both of us to have the variety and to look at a mix of new & favourite authors.This was a random pick up because I liked the illustrations on the cover; I loved them once we actually read the book. It's a beautiful story of a father's love for his daughter and providing her with both space to grow and become mor [...]




    3. Review originally posted on Children's AtheneumAudrey is bigger than she was yesterday and now it should be obvious that she needs a bigger house. A tree house that is. So she tells her dad to build her one at the top of a big tree. It has a bathtub for snorkeling and a place to sip her tea. It is also rather high up and far away from everything.I think every young child walks a fine line between wanting independence and wanting to be close to those they love. The father of this story is careful [...]


    4. Audrey has "outgrown" her house, or, so she thinks at the opening of this delightful picture book by Jenny Hughes. Audrey and her Dad go outside looking for a house--a new house--that is just right for the bigger-than-yesterday Audrey. They decide to build a treehouse. Side by side, they spend the day. But when evening approaches, well, Audrey realizes just where she belongs, where she'll always belong. Loved, loved, loved it!!! Cute premise, cute illustrations, lovely text. This one just works [...]


    5. Audrey is getting bigger so she decides that she'll need her own house now that she's no longer little. Living with Daddy is fine but she needs her own place now. So begins a search for the perfect new home. Not too big and not too small but just right must mean a tree house with a staircase that curls all the way to the top and a bathtub where she can snorkel among other things. But when Daddy has fixed everything just right and he's ready to go home will Audrey be ready to stay? Or is home wit [...]


    6. 2.5 starsI want a tree house with a twisting staircase, and stairsbut this book is, well, silly.d NOT in a good way! Audrey is getting big and needs a house of her own. SO, her dad builds her an amazing tree house in like 3 seconds and after all the hard work and all the cool things he makes for ite decides she like her own house instead. Groan and eye roll! Nice pictures but other than that, I wished I had picked something beter to read that I would have really likeoh well!


    7. Audrey is not quite as brave as she wants to be - yet, anyway! She takes a risk but remains firmly planted in the security of her loving dad. He gives her freedom to explore, even helps her out, but lets her know he is there for her always. This small family doesn't have much in materials things, but are rich in feeling safe and sound. The illustrations depict this in a subtle way: the treehouse, made of simple objects from around the yard, is a grand palace!


    8. Audrey wants a tree house and gets her dad to build her one. And it is an amazing tree house with lots of extra things. But in the end Audrey just want to be with dad and likes coming into their house and being there. No mention of a mother and this might be a book to talk about the idea of one parent and being with the parent and creating a fun place.


    9. First published in Australia in 2014. Audrey thinks she needs a bigger house. Her father builds her one and offers a creative solution to her dilemma. Watercolor illustrations add to the readers' delight!


    10. Looks like Audrey is outgrowing her house. When she asks her dad to build her a tree house with all the fixings she loves it. But will she feel safe spending the night in it or will she decide to go back in the house? Read to find out.


    11. I like the illustrations, but I'm not a fan of the message. If my dad spent all this time and effort on something I wanted when I was littled then I changed my mind he would have told me that I better like it and learn to be more grateful.


    12. Lovely single dad book. A perfect model of parenting, yet a completely child-centric tale. Illustrations beautifully show us Audrey's expanding understanding of her home through perspective.



    13. Dad builds the Taj Mahal of tree houses because Audrey is bigger than yesterday but she decides staying with Dad at night is best after all. Cute illustrations and oh that treehouse!


    14. So sweet. I have a soft spot for dad's doting on their daughters but I thought this was very well done. Yes, dear, I'll do anything for you, but the really important thing is that we're together.



    15. After Audrey and her father build a magnificent treehouse, because she is too big for her family's house, she begins to feel lonely and wants to come home.





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