NEW! Download the Coles Little Treehouse books

New and exclusive – all 24 Coles Little Treehouse books are free to download and print! Plus, you can listen to all 24 audiobooks – some read by familiar faces!

There are 24 Little Treehouse books to explore!

What's better than a mini book? Our wild and wacky miniature bookshelf display of course! Get clicking to download and print your own little books, listen to Stig Wemyss' famous audiobooks, or simply have a chuckle at our chuckle-worthy activities!

See (and hear) your favourite Coles Little Treehouse books come to life in these fun audiobooks!

Curtis Stone reads Bill the Postman from the Coles Little Treehouse series

Find out if you're a winner of the Create Your Own Book and WIN competition!

Calling all writers and artists!

Competition ended 30/8/20. Limit of one entry per person. Open to Australian residents 3-18 years of age. A signed consent form must be submitted for participants under 18. 

Frequently asked questions

FYI, these FAQs have been written with some help from Madam Know-It-All, but if you have any other questions, please contact our Customer Care Team. 

Coles Little Treehouse FAQs

Coles has partnered with much loved authors Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton to bring the characters from their hugely popular the Treehouse book series to life in 24 free Little Treehouse books. 

You receive one Little Treehouse book for every $30 spent in one transaction at Coles, Coles Local, Coles Online (maximum of 20 books), and Coles Express. That is, if you spend $90, you will receive three Little Treehouse books. The Qualifying Spend is calculated after applying all savings and discounts and excludes the purchase of: Coles Insurance products, iTunes cards, gift cards, mobile phone and mobile phone plans, recharge, calling cards, Opal top up, liquor, tobacco and tobacco related product purchases, Uber Eats, eBay, AdBlue, Trailer Hire and Lottery cards. 

Fuel at Coles Express is included in the qualifying spend.

Yes, you will be able to receive a Little Treehouse book when you spend $30 in-store or on any fuel type at Coles Express. That is, if you spend $60 on fuel, you will receive two Little Treehouse books.

When you ‘proceed to checkout’ to complete your order, you will see a screen asking if you would like to ‘Add and continue’ with Little Treehouse books in your order or would prefer to not receive any Little Treehouse books. 

If you choose to receive the Little Treehouse books, you will see confirmation of this on the ‘Done’ page. You can see full details about how to receive Little Treehouse books on

There is a total of 24 regular Little Treehouse books, each focusing on the story of a different character from the Treehouse series. There are also three rare Fluro books: FLURO PURPLE Inspector Bubblewraper’s DOs and DON’Ts; FLURO PINK Jill’s Little BIG Book of Animals; and FLURO ORANGE Mr Big Nose. Then there is the SUPER RARE Golden Treehouse Tour. 

If you find one of the 100 Golden Treehouse Tour Little books, you are eligible to win a personalised GOLDEN copy of the (yet to be released) 130-Storey Treehouse, and a Kobo Libra H2O eReader. If you find a leaflet in your Golden Treehouse Tour, follow the guide and enter your unique code on You must keep your leaflet to claim your prize. More details on the competition can be found in the Terms & Conditions on

The Golden Treehouse Tour book is randomly mixed in with all the Little Treehouse books so customers will have the chance to win the rare book when they spend $30 in one transaction at Coles Express.

No, there is an equal and evenly distributed amount of the regular 24 Little Treehouse books. There are three Fluro Little Treehouse books that are rare, and the Golden Treehouse Tour is SUPER RARE (only 100 available), though all Little Treehouse books are randomly distributed across stores in every state and territory. 

Each Little Treehouse book is sealed in a non-transparent pack. Coles Little Treehouse as a campaign is modelled on a ‘lucky dip’ blind selection process, with this built in at point of production.

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Coles Little Treehouse launches on 29 July 2020 and will run for 8 weeks or while stocks last.

The number of eligible Little Treehouse books in each transaction will be printed on the bottom of your receipt in-store or invoice for Coles Online. You can show this receipt to the nearest Team Member to receive your FREE Little Treehouse books.

Eligible free Little Treehouse books will only be provided by Team Members when the you have completed your transaction and you’re still in the store. Mr Bubblewraper says DO! Collect in store. DON’T! Forget to collect!

Coles Online orders from the 29th July through until 22nd September will include Little Treehouse books on eligible transactions, while stocks last. To be eligible you must have selected ‘Add and continue’ to add the Little Treehouse books to your online order at the dedicated page, which appears before you checkout. 

Unfortunately, orders placed before the 29th July will not contain any free Little Treehouse books.

If you believe you should have received Little Treehouse books with your online order and did not, you should reach out to us seven days on or contact Coles Customer Care on 1800 455 400 Mon–Fri 6.00am–1.00am (AEST) Saturday 7.00am–10:00pm (AEST) or Sunday 8.00am-10.00pm.

From 29th July, customers will receive one Bonus Little Treehouse book when they spend $30 in one transaction on fuel or in-store and also purchase a Coles Express Banana Bread at Coles Express, limited to one bonus Little Treehouse book per customer, per transaction, per day. This offer is only valid at select Coles Express sites and is conditional on product availability. More details can be found at

Yes! The Little Treehouse wrappers are made from responsibly sourced (Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified) paper and are fully recyclable through your kerbside recycling bin at home. 

Yes, the Little Treehouse books are also made from responsible sourced (Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified) paper and are fully recyclable through your kerbside bin at home. However, we recommend that you keep them on your bookshelf or in the album for years of reading and enjoyment to come. Mr Big Nose would want that too, and it’s best to not make him angry!

From Coles Supermarkets and Coles Online, you can purchase the Coles Little Treehouse Collector Case, as well as all the books from Andy & Terry’s Treehouse book series:

• The 13-Storey Treehouse

• The 26-Storey Treehouse

• The 39-Storey Treehouse

• The 52-Storey Treehouse

• The 65-Storey Treehouse

• The 78-Storey Treehouse

• The 91-Storey Treehouse

• The 104-Storey Treehouse

• The 117-Storey Treehouse

Yes! At Coles Express you can purchase the Coles Little Treehouse Collector Case, as well as The 13-Storey Treehouse and The 117-Storey Treehouse. 

Please reach out to us seven days on or contact our Coles Customer Care at Call 1800 061 562 Mon–Fri 8.30am–6.00pm (AEST) Saturday 8.00am–4:30pm (AEST) Sunday 10am-5pm (AEST), they we be able to assist with locating a store near you with additional stock of any of the Coles Little Treehouse items. Hopefully Professor Stupido hasn’t Un-Invented any…

The Coles Little Treehouse books are not suitable for children under 3 years of age. For safety reasons, remove all packaging before giving to children. All Coles Little Treehouse books have passed the following Australian test standards. These tests have been independently run by Intertek, a world leader in testing of product including toys, providing a broad range of services to clients around the globe. Their laboratories have gained international accreditation from all relevant accreditation bodies and industry associations, helping retailers like Coles reduce risks and demonstrate the quality and safety of materials, components and products.

• CPSIA Section 106 & ASTM F963-17 Toy Safety, Clause 4.3.5 Soluble Elements in Substrate Materials

• AS/NZS 8124.3:2012/AMDT 1:2016 Safety of Toys – Part 3: Migration of Certain Elements

• AS/NZS ISO 8124.1:2019 – Safety Aspects Related to Mechanical and Physical Properties

• AS/NZS 8124.2:2016 – Safety of Toys: Flammability

• Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 REACH Annex XVII, Item 23 Cadmium in Substrate Materials

• Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 REACH Annex XVII, Item 50 Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH)

• Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 REACH Annex XVII as amended, Item 51 and 52 Phthalates – Mouthable (DBP, BBP, DEHP, DIBP, DnOP, DINP, DIDP)

• EN71-1:2014+A1:2018 Safety of toys – Part 1: Mechanical and physical properties

• EN71-2:2011+A1:2014 Safety of toys – Part 2: Flammability

• EN-71-3: 2019 Safety of Toys, Migration of Certain Elements

Unfortunately, we cannot provide donations of the books during the program, though please do reach out again after 22/9/2020 and we will endeavour to donate any remaining Coles Little Treehouse books. 

Coles is looking for Australia’s most creative up-and-coming author and illustrator, with some fantastic prizes to be won for you and your school! To create your own storybook and enter the competition, get started here. Andy Griffiths (THE Andy Griffiths) will be judging the winners and selecting the top five entries!

The top 1-5 entries will win a $1000 gift card and 1000 books for your school library, plus a bespoke 13-Storey Treehouse with YOU drawn on the cover by Terry Denton (THE Terry Denton)!

The top 6-100 entries will win a $100 gift card and 100 books for your school library!

EVERY entry into the writing competition equals one new book donated to a school in an Indigenous community that needs it via the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.

The purpose of the Indigenous Literacy Foundation is to make a difference to the lives of Indigenous families by not only gifting thousands of new culturally appropriate books – with a focus on early literacy and first language - but also by running programs to inspire the communities to tell and publish their own stories. They work in over 400 remote communities across Australia. For more, visit